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What's the difference between a cut and a trim?

In terms of procedure, timing and pricing, there is no difference. The only difference between what people refer to as a ‘cut’ versus a ‘trim’ is the amount of hair that is being removed. We have found that most people think of a trim as ‘cutting the dead ends’ and a ‘cut’ as something more substantial. In all actuality, it takes the same amount of time and products for your stylist to provide a consultation, shampoo, condition, section, cut, dry and style your hair for a haircut as a trim. This is why there is no variation in cost.

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