It’s no wonder we don’t get time to head to salons like we used too years back, life is jam packed and getting the basics ticked off is hard enough let alone “me time” in a salon right?
It’s one of our things, if you want to call it that. We don’t create a “blow dry” culture with the work we do, not intentional and yes we do blow dry’s but our cut isn’t meant to be forced fed dry or into place.
I’m sure a lot of you have been to a salon and had not one not two but maybe even three people tugging at your hair all at the same time, certainly not relaxing or good for your hair. A good cut should move and to some extent sit into place with little effort.
Gone are the days of overdone hair that is more like an extra from a old English black and white movie, it looks old.
Saying all that, if you need your hair done, drop us a message on Facebook or Instagram or give us a call, promise you will enjoy it.
We have all been there, you went for a trim and the hairdresser but too much off right?
We believe that an indepth conversation about your hair that goes way beyond ” how much do you want off today?” Is the key to getting the perfect haircut. This is about finding out a lot more than just how much you want cut off, you might be having styling issues, you may be moving towards longer hair, change of season, have a lot of damage etc etc and there is always options and it’s never about us doing what we want. In fact it has nothing to do with us and everything to do with you. We use a dry cutting technique to work with natural movement and flow of hair which also ensures no surprises on length once it dries! It’s not just a simple process of cutting it dry, it’s a technical technique trained originating in a Japan that ensures wash and go ease.
We suggest if your hairstylist is not paying enough attention before the cut then it may be time for a change.