Thursday, 24 August 2017

Tips for a healthy scalp

A damaged scalp can be itchy and flaky or oily and scaly. In severe cases, a person may develop scalp sores or suffer hair loss. Many things including diet, hormonal fluctuations, medication, hair care products and the environment affect the health of your scalp. Here are a few tips to help you get your scalp back into superior shape.
1. Shampoo Hair for a healthy scalp
Maintaining a healthy scalp starts in the shower.

Shampooing is the easiest and most effective way to clean your scalp and keep it healthy. The shampooing action invigorates follicles, reduces the excessive sebum buildup that can lead to dandruff and oiliness, and prevents excess skin from accumulating on the scalp.

For best results use Redken for men Mint Clean shampoo.
Protein – leaves the hair stronger

Peppermint – scalp stimulation

Macro soother – scalp balance & relief
2. Massage for a Healthy Scalp

Did you know that massaging your scalp can help relieve problems such as dandruff?

First, wash your hair then with a conditioner massage your scalp for a couple of minutes even combing the scalp can help increase circulation to the scalp, finally rinse.
3. Make Small Changes to Your Everyday
Besides using the right products, eating well and getting regular exercise are two things that can help you maintain a healthy scalp.

Salon Closed for show day weekend 1st & 2nd September

Tuesday, 8 August 2017

The Undercut part 4

Channel the 1950s into your undercut with a voluminous, rockabilly pompadour. The pompadour works best with longer locks and brings a stylish and slick look to your length. Think along the lines of the slicked back version of this cut, but bigger and bolder. You’ll want to use a powder wax & a strong hold putty or clay product and comb for the most genuine interpretation of the ‘50s look.


Forward-Swept Undercut

Let’s get this straight, forward does not necessarily equal a fringe. That being said, forward-swept hair brings a modern take on this haircut, and could bring about the fringe’s resurgence in 2017. The cut offers a neat look that works best with shorter hair. Use a matte hair product to add some interesting texture to this look. If it has been a while since your last fringe, opt for consistent length across the top, you will soon learn how (and if) a fringe works with your face