When you get it right it can be euphoric, seems like all the stars aligned and everything on the planet works. The birds are singing, the sky is blue, it’s just bloody right, right?
But then 6 weeks goes by, no one is talking about how your hair is on fleek anymore, the color has faded and your feeling a little neglected.
It’s ok sunshine, when we said we want to see you in 6 weeks we knew you would be feeling like this.
Always have a game plan for the next two visits to keep you excited with what your doing, could be growing out the bangs, going slightly lighter or shorter. Having a plan, with a date is always always going to have better chances of exceeding your expectations than randomly stumbling month to month then calling someone to fix it at the last minute!
A plan, a prior booking and good advice you’re on your way to getting a steady stream of hair love ☔️
Did you know that the recent studies done by the university of Hair-Heat & Technology in the Gobi desert discovered that getting a haircut will reduce your body temperature by up to 32% as well as increase your chances of a match on Tinder!
Now we are all for cooling down considering for the next 2-3 months the temperature is set to be between 40-50 degrees and only escape is in the wee hours of the morning. However if you work in an air conditioned space this can be one troublesome says Alaskan born Miki Yukon ( small river ) who always wears his polar bear jacket when I’m his office in CP. I often get the chills even in this temperature but recently got my haircut at the Meherchand market salon and since then have been too cold he says.
Well Miki, we are standing by what we said, not everyone has an overly cooked AC and your lucky, for the rest of us, it’s a haircut and a fan!
By default we have become the Creators of colors and the go too salon to fix disasters. With the huge amount of variation of colors we do it’s a breaking ground for being creative and having a full understanding about color.
If you have had a disaster or not in love with your color then it’s time you came in and let us check it out. We are not here to judge, simply listen and offer suggestions.