Thanks. I have been thinking about this and a few have offered but I haven't as yet purely as I can return hair if the client cancels, however, it doesn't make up for time lost so think taking a deposit would help with people cancelling at the last minute x
absolutely! i also have never had a complaint about it either i let them know when the book a consultation if they are suitable for extensions and would like to proceed then i require a deposit of 50% xxx
i always take non refundable deposit to cover the hair as i order the hair to match clients shade so if they cancel i have not wasted my money on hair that i might not be able to use in the future. But what I do if the client cancels i let them have the hair as after all they have paid for it in the deposit.
I always take a £50 non-refundable deposit, it doesnt cover the cost of the extensions I buy but if the cancel or change their mind it covers the cost of having to send the extensions back and my time that has been took up
Defo take deposit, I've had a couple of instances when I haven't taken a deposit because I've thought the person seems nice and genuine only for them to cancel at the last min and I incur a cost to return the hair!!!