WOMENS FULL HAIRCUT:
A women's full haircut at The Salon Westfield consists of a wet or dry haircut depending on your stylists. Your hair is then washed, detailed, and then blown out with a Basic B Blowout.
Full Haircuts are $85 with a $10 Upgrade for a waved style out.
WOMENS NO BLOW HAIRCUT:
A women's no blow haircut at The Salon Westfield consists of a dry haircut. It is not washed and blown out, rather it is styled with a flat or curling iron for a finished look. Women's no blow haircuts are also available as an add on to any color service that already includes a blowout.
No Blow Haircuts are $65
Each men's haircut is designed specifically for the individual client. Men's cuts consist of scissors and clippers are utilized for some particular cuts. Men's haircuts are then washed and styled out.
Men's Haircuts are $40
MEN'S BARBER HAIRCUT:
Men's barber cuts consist of clipper and guard cutting techniques. Barber cuts are then washed and styled out.
Men's Barber Haircuts are $30
UNDER 10 HAIRCUT:
*NOT ALL STYLIST CUT CHILDREN
Haircuts for under 10 years old.
Girls Haircuts with wash and blowout are $65
Girls Haircuts with no wash and no blow are $45
Boys Barber or Scissor Cuts are $30
SIMPLE...WE DO NOT WEAR OUR HAIR WET!
That's reason #1, but there is a whole lot more that goes into it.
When we are taught to cut hair we learn patterns, guides, and rules... but not necessarily how to customize all of that to highlight each client as an individual.
Only with years of experience, after our basic training, do we understand those guides can be manipulated, elevating them in a way that treats each head of hair as different as a fingerprint.
Cutting the hair dry allows us to take into consideration hair texture, cowlicks, heavy parts as well as allowing us to see if one side reads thicker if that pesky wave is only present in the back if the ends would benefit a blunt or textured edge.
Oh, and don't get us started on those curly girls...you know you've asked for an inch and suddenly 3 got lobbed off. Dry cuts let us take that inch in your natural form. Straight wet hair doesn't suit you anyway.
So unless your an everyday surfer, swimmer or generally walk around with a wet head, dry cutting for your dry style is the way to go.