I've been a client for almost two years now and have been very please with my stylist. She has always taken the time to spotlight a product without being pushy, and from time to time I've purchased her recommendations. It was apparent on my last visit that the pressure is on for her to sell more. She was still professional, but 25% of the time was spent on talking about the latest best product. I did not respond much except to say that I didn't need product. But, the talk continued. Then, when I went to check out there was that product sitting on top of my bill. It really turned me off. I see the product as a convenience, but I sure don't like it that I must buy product in order to make my stylist look good. Her work speaks for itself. The unsolicited talk about product that goes on too long is unprofessional, pushy, and enough for me to consider going somewhere else. Do you want high volume salespeople or talented stylists? Do you teach the stylists to read a cue and leave it be when the customer does not show interest, or do you give them new tactics to push a sale? It significantly detracts from the professionalism and makes the stylist seem desperate.