How to Find a Perfect Hairdresser -capitalize words in titles as long as they are not articles such as a, the, etc.-
I've been to dozens of hairdressers in my city. Basically they all have been visited by me.I know a little something about hairdressers,so
I wanna tell you how to find a barber who's perfect for you.
First of all,you gotta know whether we find a barber good or not largely depends on 3 aspects. They are cutting, modeling and perm. these are not proper nouns so do you do not capitalize them- A thing worth mentioning is that if you wanna be a master and get the high level of skill for each,you at least need spend 15 years. That means even if you have learned how to cut hair since you were 18, you would be at least 33 years old when you became a master. Now, we can see that the barber's ability is bound up with age.
The first thing a person first learning to cut hair does is washing. Others call them assistants, actually they are handymen.-when you use "they" the subjects (such as handyman or assistant) need to be plural,too (such as handymen or assistants).- We judge them as fast as we can. Having learned the cutting for 2 yrs, modeling for 3 yrs, perm for 4 yrs means he needs to be 27yrs before having a well-rounded talent. All of the dates are based on hard work,if not,he would take longer
Now, you know- -knew is a word for past "I used to know how to fish" as opposed to "I know how to fish now"- Now to find a good barber. Make sure you capitalize the first letter of every sentence. Also for my own curiosity can you explain what "modeling" is?