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Many in the workforce who haven’t embraced their grown-out grey have been searching for their flowbees, watching do-it-yourself haircut videos, and finding solace from a box color bought through Madison Reed after all desperate times call for desperate measures. Plus, who cares what we look like because Zoom can filter out bad days, and no one can see our yoga pants and slippers.

Everyone has gotten used to this “new normal,” or less is more lifestyle. I read that American’s have saved over a trillion dollars in 2020 going without vacations, outdoor dining, and personal services. Covid has taught us to live a more simple life.

Living a simpler life has been fantastic for many families and our bank accounts. But I’ve been back in the salon for a few weeks now, and I notice for most life’s gotten a little too simple. People are just feeling disconnected from the world. Outside of the Amazon and GrubHub delivery, many don’t have much to look forward to.

Over the last year, I’ve also experienced that people have deemed getting an occasional haircut or hair color more about vanity than about being vital to our self-esteem. I can agree that public health and safety take priority over a visit to the hair salon. I also know from spending my lifelong career as a hairstylist that people leave my salon feeling a lot better than when they walked in. Beyond the fact that I see clients before and after every single major event in their life, I have the unique opportunity to make people feel more confident about how they appear in the mirror.

Everyone has experienced needing a hat after a terrible haircut and what that does to how we feel about ourselves. Imagine how playing hairstylist in the bathroom mirror contributes to the purchases of hair ties and hats over the past few months! YIKES!

Your hair is not just about vanity, and there’s no need to feel guilty for wanting to look a little better on your next Zoom call, or have your neighbor shoutout from six feet how your hair looks GREAT! Why? Because a recent contact tracing study out of New York found salon services to only contribute to .014% of the spread of coronavirus. The highest contributing factor at 74% is in-home social gatherings.

Some might think a salon visit is like a social gathering, and sometimes it is. As a professional, I have considered the public’s concern about salon services. In May, I moved to a private salon suite to serve clients in an environment where I can control the cleanliness and gathering of random people for your protection. Many who have been in my studio have commented on how safe and protected they feel, even referring the most vulnerable family members and friends to me. People referring their loved ones to me for a professional salon visit is the biggest compliment anyone can give me, and I’m grateful to every person who trusts me with their health and hair.

In addition to offering salon services in a private environment, I’ve also added virtual consultations to my menu, allowing you to address your hair care needs, questions, and concerns right in the comfort of your own home or office via Zoom video conferencing. How does it work? Book an appointment for a 15-minute consult FREE, or a 45-minute consult for only $45.00 via the BOOK NOW button at the top of the page, email me at kim@kimhansen.net, or simply text me and I will book your preferred day and time for you. I will email or text you your link to the virtual web link. It’s just that simple!

I think we’ve all learned to live a simpler life, but I’m pretty sure bad hair days are not anything that anyone likes. Better days are right around the corner; meet them with good health and great hair!

Life in California is finding a “new normal,” and many reenter the outside world with caution tape around their masked faces. Covid has defined an all-new type of “California Casual.” Extended lockdowns have ladies in LA growing grey out, throwing their hair up in a messy bun to hide the fact that they haven’t been to their hairstylist in months, and the men revisiting the 60’s. We need tie-dyed tee shirts and bell-bottoms to finish out the chill factor of 2020.

Many in the workforce who haven’t embraced their grown-out grey have been searching for their flowbees, watching do-it-yourself haircut videos, and finding solace from a box color bought through Madison Reed after all desperate times call for desperate measures. Plus, who cares what we look like because Zoom can filter out bad days, and no one can see our yoga pants and slippers.

Everyone has gotten used to this “new normal,” or less is more lifestyle. I read that American’s have saved over a trillion dollars in 2020 going without vacations, outdoor dining, and personal services. Covid has taught us to live a more simple life.

Living a simpler life has been fantastic for many families and our bank accounts. But I’ve been back in the salon for a few weeks now, and I notice for most life’s gotten a little too simple. People are just feeling disconnected from the world. Outside of the Amazon and GrubHub delivery, many don’t have much to look forward to.

Over the last year, I’ve also experienced that people have deemed getting an occasional haircut or hair color more about vanity than about being vital to our self-esteem. I can agree that public health and safety take priority over a visit to the hair salon. I also know from spending my lifelong career as a hairstylist that people leave my salon feeling a lot better than when they walked in. Beyond the fact that I see clients before and after every single major event in their life, I have the unique opportunity to make people feel more confident about how they appear in the mirror.

Everyone has experienced needing a hat after a terrible haircut and what that does to how we feel about ourselves. Imagine how playing hairstylist in the bathroom mirror contributes to the purchases of hair ties and hats over the past few months! YIKES!

Your hair is not just about vanity, and there’s no need to feel guilty for wanting to look a little better on your next Zoom call, or have your neighbor shoutout from six feet how your hair looks GREAT! Why? Because a recent contact tracing study out of New York found salon services to only contribute to .014% of the spread of coronavirus. The highest contributing factor at 74% is in-home social gatherings.

Some might think a salon visit is like a social gathering, and sometimes it is. As a professional, I have considered the public’s concern about salon services. In May, I moved to a private salon suite to serve clients in an environment where I can control the cleanliness and gathering of random people for your protection. Many who have been in my studio have commented on how safe and protected they feel, even referring the most vulnerable family members and friends to me. People referring their loved ones to me for a professional salon visit is the biggest compliment anyone can give me, and I’m grateful to every person who trusts me with their health and hair.

Salon Services in the Comfort of Your Home

In addition to offering salon services in a private environment, I’ve also added virtual consultations to my menu, allowing you to address your hair care needs, questions, and concerns right in the comfort of your own home or office via Zoom video conferencing. How does it work? Book an appointment for a 15-minute consult FREE, or a 45-minute consult for only $45.00 via the BOOK NOW button at the top of the page, email me at kim@kimhansen.net, or simply text me and I will book your preferred day and time for you. I will email or text you your link to the virtual web link. It’s just that simple!

I think we’ve all learned to live a simpler life, but I’m pretty sure bad hair days are not anything that anyone likes. Better days are right around the corner; meet them with good health and great hair!

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