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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF ANDREWDOESHAIR
39.5% of andrewdoeshair's followers are female and 60.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.70%. The average number of likes per post is 1173 and the average number of comments is 39.
Andrewdoeshair loves posting about Styling, Hair Salons, Fashion.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR ANDREWDOESHAIR
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF ANDREWDOESHAIR
- Beauty & Fashion 96.06 %
- Art & Design 57.08 %
- Movies and TV 40.11 %
- Business & Careers 38.14 %
- Entertainment 32.39 %
- Books and Literature 31.75 %
- Fitness & Yoga 30.67 %
- Travel & Tourism 30.48 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 30.07 %
- Music 30.07 %
I haven’t been posting a ton lately. This season (post lockdown, you know) has been a fun and interesting one. I probably sound like I’m trying to wax poetic when I say this but I’ve never appreciated my job more than I do right now. I bring my camera to the salon in case a haircut feels right to document, but I’m just so thrilled to be cutting hair and having real conversations with real people that I don’t even think about the gram until I sit down after work. I’ve been thinking about this all day, but the haircut requests lately have been more diverse than any other time that I can remember— my days have been filled with a massive variety of looks, and for about a dozen reasons that’s really exciting... What’s popular these days? Trying new things is!! I’ve also noticed that since we got back to work most of the haircuts I’m doing are total makeovers, like not just little trims but full overhauls, which is also just really nice. • Sorry, rambling here, it’s been a long day. I just wanted to say hi and leave some thoughts here. Thank you for reading. How’ve you been? What’s good? • #chiaroscuro
Recently a client asked me in a respectably blunt manner, “what makes you different? Why are you busy, why do you have a following?” I hadn’t ever really answered that question before, and although my own perspective is limited (I know how I see my work, but not how others do) I supposed the best way to explain it is that I’ve never been focused on improving my haircuts for the sake of saying I can do a better haircut, but instead I’ve always seen the haircut as a piece of a bigger picture. Like, if you learn to cut a straighter line but you never consider what that straighter line will say, or what it can mean to the client, then what good is it? If you cut a straighter line but you don’t pour your full effort into the styling and finishing work, that straighter line is wasted, the appeal of a better haircut is bottlenecked by a lazy style. Even if it’s styled to the nines, are you aware of what that style is narrating to anyone who sees it? Every head of hair says something about the person wearing it, whether they want it to or not, so if you perfectly style a perfectly cut lie about a person, are they going to love it? Probably not as much as they’d love a good haircut and good style that speaks honestly about who they are and makes them look on the outside how they feel on the inside. Now, I know that to the purist who thinks it should just be about the cut, or just be about pursuing technical perfection, this sounds like I take my work too seriously (iT’s JuSt HaiR) but I’d say overthinking the “why” about every snip and every wobble of the hairdryer is the difference I mentioned at the start of this essay. Good haircuts are boring, conversations and even debates are fun, friendships are fun, storytelling is fun, breaking rules is fun. Good haircuts can be fun but they don’t necessarily offer those things in and of themselves, however they can be the perfect Avenue to help pursue those more fulfilling things. That’s what I want, connection, haircuts are just a tool I use to get it.
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Tag someone who takes photos of hair for Instagram 😜
My little baby daughter calls the TV “Bob” because of the Minion named Bob, so in my house the tv isn’t “TV” it’s BOB! She will shout “BOB!” whenever she wants me to do anything with the TV... Anyways, now whenever I refer to a bob haircut I’m tempted to shout BOB! the way that my family now shouts BOB for the TV 😂😂
I will probably never call myself a precision haircutter (because there’s always someone more precise out there, so I’ll comfortably call myself just a haircutter) but I will say this— I have learned over and over again that the more precise a haircut is, the less you need to do to style it... Put the weight RIGHT where you want it to sit, make sure everything connects and blends into something else, then hose it down with any product you want (I used #ADHwet here) and then however the hair dries it’ll look great. I’m always like “good hair doesn’t come from a jar” but let me also add that effortless hairstyling comes from the effort put into the haircut. • Does anyone else out there like to flat wrap or flat iron curly/wavy hair in order to check their cut? If I don’t do that at some point in the service I never trust that I did the cut right. It’ll show you any individual hair that isn’t right.
Big chop today 🤘😋🤘 • Ps: I’ve been shooting in a sterile, controlled, neutrally colored studio 📸 so much for the past few years, I forgot how nice sunlight can look! It’s like, so colorful... There’s at least one positive to working outside 🤷♂️
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