(Photo courtesy of Drexel)
It’s hard to tell your hairstylist exactly what you want. But it’s easy to show them. A Drexel senior studying entrepreneurship wants to make everyone’s conversations with their hairstylist painless and simple.
Skyler Logsdon recently launched MyKlipsPics, an app that lets you upload pictures of your desired haircut, save them until your next appointment and show them to your stylist.
Users can also push their 2×2 selfie collages — to show the front, back and sides of a haircut — to their social media accounts and share them with friends. Users can add comments about what they liked and didn’t like about each haircut. For stylists, MyKlipsPics can work like a mobile portfolio in which they can keep track of happy clients.
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