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    Best fonts Hairdresser?

    What do you guys think are the best fonts for use in Hairdresser themes! Or combinations of fonts!

    For me:
    Parisiense | Vivaldi Italic | CAC Champagne

    Give your feedback also please,
    Thanks in advance

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    i saw some good ones recently in the streets using hoeflers knockout... clean fresh, black on white...

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    I would personally tend to lean towards fonts that have a lot of ornaments or swooshes to them. Something maybe like Santis (http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/latinotype/santis/)

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    You can see Breathe Pro for the main font.

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    more roughone:
    AVP - Norwich-Regular

    more elegante:
    Al Fresco | AdrianeSwash

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    Also some of Laura Worthingtons fonts suit the hairdressing genre sweetly!

    http://www.myfonts.com/foundry/Laura_Worthington/

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    http://www.moshik.net/buy-paris-regular-typeface-moshik-nadav-typography.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxHeadroom View Post
    You can see Breathe Pro for the main font.
    Thats correct, for me too

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    I haven't had a salon as a client but I have always been drawn to ones that use a nice calligraphic font for a monogram coupled with a clean sans-serif. Something like Samantha Script and Helvetica Neue.

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    maybe this font would look nice
    http://www.myfonts.com/search/narziss+pro/fonts/

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    It would be nice to find a font with maybe little dingbats on - or extra "hairdresser" ornamentals.

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    A design by Craig Ward which I like

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    Quote Originally Posted by prawntoast View Post
    A design by Craig Ward which I like
    clever,
    not to be a debbie downer, but these best font for x discussions are a little strange to me as they read more like 'what is the best font to caricaturize x'. Hairdressers are all very different and while some might go better with a grotesque, some will prefer a lot of swoosh, can't really tell by occupation.

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