Jackie makes major changes to how we do hair

CAVE CREEK – Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder, but when it comes to haircuts, your hairstylist should not be eying how much to cut off. Yes, haircutting is certainly an art form, but as Jackie Majors has found, it's also very much a science.

After polling some 500 people, Majors discovered people want accuracy and consistency in haircuts. So, along with her husband, who was a contractor, Majors worked out a geometric equation for the perfect cut ... every time.

"I don't know why everyone's not doing it," she says of the "logical approach to haircutting."
As such, she measures about 15 sections of hair. All are recorded, so they can be precisely reproduced. "We have records of perms and hair color, so why shouldn't we note lengths as well?" she posed.

She takes her time with clients and listens to their concerns. The initial styling(s) may take up to an hour. But, it's worth it. Keep in mind, the system works if you maintain the same hairstyle or change it up every season.

"This [geometric] approach is like a blueprint is to a builder or a pattern is to a sewer," Majors explained.

Perhaps Majors excels at her work because this is her calling. She shared, "When we were growing up, we had to pay for haircuts with our allowance. Well, I didn't like that, so when I was 13, I started cutting my own hair." Her talent emerged and soon she was doing it for friends, classmates, sisters, "anyone who would let me."

BELLAZZA LOGOTo see how good Majors truly is, set an appointment with her at Bellazza Salon at 29834 N. Cave Creek Rd. Her direct line is 623-218-3166.