Contract for Stylists
Why make a contract?
Creating a contract is a professional way to handle a long-term and complicated service like hair extensions. It creates an understanding between the stylist & client that helps avoid conflict.
When creating a contract, consider including the following points that you and your client need to agree and sign off on.
The Consent to Order, Prepare and Install Hair extensions
- Agreeing to the installation method that will be used
- Having a clear understanding of the materials to be used on their scalp hair
- Understanding the expectations of the client prior to the appointment
- Agreement of hair extensions that will be ordered by stylist
Home Maintenance Guide
- What to expect in the first 24 hours: general comfort, sleeping, showering
- What NOT to do with the hair extensions
- Types of products to use to maintain the hair and scalp
- What to expect with hair extensions in the first month
- When is the first and recurring service appointments?
- What will be done during the follow-up appointments?
- How much does the first and recurring follow-up service appointments cost?
- Include a guarantee & specify what it includes under what circumstances
- Special circumstances & expectations (fine scalp hair, brittle, highly bleached hair may result in hair loss)
- A warning to the client if they do not follow instructions given: what is the outcome, and what does it cancel in the contract?
Hair Extensions Deposit
Most hair extensions companies do not accept a return or there is a return fee that you are stuck with. You need to set the terms accordingly. Plan ahead and protect yourself!
- What happens if the client changes their mind of the type or color of hair extensions before the appointment
- What happens to the deposit if a client cancels?
- How much time is required for cancellation or change prior to the appointment?
- What portion of the deposit is non refundable?