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Covid Update

OPEN! Please be sure to book your appointments, we are fully booked already for the first week back and we have limited spaces for the second week.

Please can we remind you of the salon regulations we have to follow:
If you feel unwell, please do not visit the salon
You must book your appointment in advance
Please wear a mask at all times in the salon, if you don't have a mask we will provide one for £1 
There is sanitiser for your hands as you enter the door
Please do not enter the salon until you are invited in, we know it is cold so as long as everyone is on time, no one should be outside for long. 

Get Inspired - Follow Us!

Facebook: We post every week supplying you with all the 'need to know' hair information. We also provide updates about the salon, and posting pictures of our work.

Lots of people come into the salon knowing they want a hair change, but not truly knowing what they want to look like. Pinterest is the perfect place for inspiration and to find examples of the styles you love. Don't forget to follow us as we have many boards for you to view.

YouTube: The perfect place to see our stylists in action. Videos explain a lot to visual people, and we want you to achieve your style goals through tutorials and explanation videos. Over the coming months we plan to post a lot more content here.

Instagram: We update regularly with hair we have completed in salon, product information and relatable hair memes.

Tips

Heat Damage

If you like to style your hair with heated tools, you are likely causing damage. This can mean split ends, dry texture and generally lifeless hair. What do you do with lifeless hair, you try to tame it using hot tools. It is a catch - 22 situation, but it doesn't have to be. Investing in a spray on heat protector to line the hair before using straighteners or curlers, will reduce damage and allow you a break from having to style it constantly. We recommend one of the Sexy Hair heat protection products. Click the link to find out more about it.

Beautiful Hold

If you want a hairspray that smells good, doesnt leave a cast on your hair, but holds your hair how you like it - Spray and Play from the Big Sexy Hair collection is superb.

Brush vs Comb

Just remember a brush is for dry hair and a comb is for wet hair. Why? A brush is too harsh for wet hair and can cause the hair to stretch and break. The great thing about a comb is you will likely have to battle your hair in sections, and this will not only reduce the amount of knots, but stop damage. 

Product of the month...

Baby, it's cold outside and with scarves, hats and heating suffocating your hair, you need to be mindful about how dry your hair may become. This leave in treatment is a fantastic 5 second remedy that works towards securing moisture in the hair. spray on and leave until your next hair wash (hopefully 3-5 days later), your hair will feel great.

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Want to work with us?

We are looking for a part, or full time hair stylist to join the team!
The perfect candidate:
Fully qualified with experience in hairdressing
Confidence in all salon tasks including washing, all cutting, colouring, perming, hair up and blow drying
Ability to connect with clientele and display a friendly manner at all times
The days we need covering are: Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. However, we are happy to discuss different hours for the right candidate. Salary will be dependent on ability.

This is a flexible job role! 
Follow the link below to email Tracey with your CV or apply on Indeed.

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