How to Maximize Results from Your Next Hair Appointment

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Lori Solomine and Jodi Smith, owners of Salon Capelli. Credits: Greg Elliott / TAPinto Summit
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Tip 1:  BRING A PICTURE 

Of yourself or from a magazine or media source. Your stylist will be able to see what you would like your end result to be. If it is not suitable for your hair texture, you will be able to discuss other options.

Tip 2:  BE HONEST

Let your stylist know realistically how much time you are willing to spend on your hair each day.  Do you air dry your hair?  Are you comfortable using a round brush, curling iron or flat iron?  You can always ask for extra time at the end of your appointment for styling tips.

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Tip 3:  BE SPECIFIC

This is not the time to play the guessing game.  Your inch may not be the same as the next persons.  Use your fingers to indicate exactly how much (or not) you want cut.

Tip 4:  SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION

Most salons offer free consultations. Ask questions so you are clear on what to expect at your appointment.  Allow the stylist to see your hair before it gets washed so they get a true visual on your hair texture.



Tip 5:  ASK FOR PRODUCT RECOMMENDATIONS

The correct shampoo, conditioner and styling products will help you maintain your style at home.

Tip 6:  BE HONEST

If for some reason you are unhappy, let the stylist know.   A good hairstylist will have you back in their chair to work with you so you leave satisfied.

Summit's newest salon, Salon Capelli, is not really new -- it just feels that way!

Salon Capelli, formerly Clips of Summit, is an upscale, modern salon that strives to bring our clients the very best and highest quality hair design, ensuring every valued client leaves happy. 
 
Our goal is to provide a comfortable and welcoming atmosphere where everyone's inner beauty can shine.
 
Salon Capelli's ownership team are not really new either, with Lori Solomine and Jodi Smith -- combining to offer more than three decades of service to customers at the location -- having assumed ownership.

Our services now include Hair, Nails, Facials, Massage, Spa, Bridal and more. Men, and kids are a big part of our customer base, and always welcome at the salon, which is located at 447 Springfield Avenue. For complete operating hours, give Lori or Jodi a call at 908-598-9600, or visit saloncapellisummit.com.

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