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How to Clearly Communicate with Your Clients

It’s safe to say everyone craves feeling understood, right?

It took me a long time of working as a hairstylist to realize that the biggest factor of my success was my communication.

And when I say that I mean, learning how to communicate. It wasn’t something I was ever taught or something I knew to be important. I just assumed (that’s a scary word to use and something I’ve learned I should never do) that people knew what I was talking about and if they didn’t it wasn’t my fault, it was theirs for not understanding.

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Voir Hair Care, Canadian made, Female owned.

Even before I tried their products I knew they were a company I could totally get behind.Then I tried the products (the true test) and they're amazing. No joke. Since I love helping other women in business, I've decided to partner with Voir to give you the chance to try them out in our Valentine's give away!

Before I give you all the details on how to win, here is my 100% honest review of each product

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HairDawn BradleyComment
Dear New Client,

For me, communication is just as important, if not more, than the service itself. When you choose me to be your hairstylist you are investing in me.  I want to make sure I take the time to sit down with you face to face and get to know you before touching your hair. 

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Curling your own hair.

I decided to make a video to show you all that even hairstylists struggle to do our own hair. It's easy when we stand behind you and effortlessly make your hair look great, but really we can only do so much when we can't get behind ourselves.

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