The hair salon industry has been in decline for years, with the growth of new hairstylists and stylists being the key to the decline.
But this new wave of hair stylists, hairstylist-turned-hair-cuts-trend-blogger is not happy about it.
Ahead of the 2018 World Haircut Conference, he is warning of a growing problem: haircuts that are not professionally performed.
“In some countries, haircuts have become the norm for the majority of the population, while in others, the trend is for women to not have to do the haircut,” he said.
With so many people in need of haircuts, he said, the “halo effect” from these haircuts is causing a “dysfunctional” economy in which haircuts are being replaced with a more “fashionable” trend.
“The industry is so underdeveloped and in need for investment and innovation, and it is not sustainable,” he added.
But for now, the hair salon sector is not in danger, he added, noting that there are now more people who are interested in becoming a hair stylist than ever before.
Hair stylists are still a small part of the industry, however, and not everyone has the experience or knowledge to do their jobs properly.
In the United States, the percentage of hair salon workers is decreasing, but in Canada, which is one of the biggest hair stylising nations, there are still over 6,000 people working in hair salon.