Do you ever scroll through your feed and see so many striking and flawless haircuts that they start to blur together? I've said many times that "good haircuts are boring" and I don't mean that "bad" haircuts are good, but that a good haircut just for the sake of doing another good good haircut- is vanilla. It's expected. But a haircut (good or bad) that makes you rethink what a haircut can be or how it can be approached is interesting. Aim to inspire, educate, and even sometimes entertain through an image of your haircut (or the caption under it) and you won't get lost in the sea of good haircuts. That's right, very very talented people get overlooked because they're blending into a massive crowd of other very very talented people with nothing to differentiate them because they're simply doing very good haircuts. Check out Simon Sinek's content about "start with why" (he's got a book, several YouTube videos, probably a podcast) and figure out WHY you are doing such good haircuts, then aim to translate that. It doesn't matter how fire your fades are, it matters why you're doing them (that's why someone who doesn't cut as good as you might have a lot more success than you). Also, while I'm thinking about all this, follow and get to know @passionsquared, she gets this stuff and explains it better than I do.
Ps: I'm not saying don't post, and I'm not saying you shouldn't try to do good haircuts. I'm just trying to explain that success and talent aren't as closely related as many would like to believe. Intent, passion, courage, etc has more to do with success than talent.