Cutting hair dry is not a new thing, in fact its how it all started but what has changed is the science and understanding behind it. We have been dry cutting for over 20 years and we do it for a number of reasons and think its best to spell it out so its easy to understand.
You don’t walk around with wet hair, you don’t try on a dress with it wet, its both done dry correct? Just like getting a dress made to measure your hair has to be cut and shipped in the state that it will be in daily and that is dry, it goes way beyond simply cutting hair dry and saying you can do dry cuts too, its about understanding the movement and texture of the hair together with the science of movement and being able to add/remove weight or length to give the desired result.
Its a technique that in Asia has been used for many many years as typically straight hair reacts differently to curly hair and to create the desired texture it has to be done both wet and dry, a personalised technique that needs training and hair movement understanding . If you have ever wondered why some people can just wash and leave their hair and not touch it and it always looks good, maybe its the cut!
If you want hair that is wash and wear ready then its about time that you experienced it from the one place that started “Dry Cutting” in India
Summer is here and unless you are planning on walking around with a bucket of chilled water you need to start planning now how to keep your hair hydrated! Its like anything with a little preparation you can have the best hair but if you leave it until its too late, its too late!
Things you can do now to get your hair ready for 40+ degrees daily
- Get a trim, yes every 6-8 weeks at least regardless if you are growing it or not, the ends need to be removed to ensure no split ends appear
- Don’t overlap your color, just because you are getting your roots touched up doesn’t mean the ends need to have another chemical over the top of them, this is not needed most of the time and only should be done every 3-5th color if at all! Depending on the color
- Don’t over use hot styling tools like irons, tongs blow dryer etc
- Always condition
- Stop putting coconut oil on your hair! Dehydrates and causes the hair to loose moisture rather than what you think it adds!
- Get a linseed moisture treatment every time you get a cut during summer, adds moisture tightly into the hair and rehydrates the hair
This’ll get you started but if you already ae struggling then drop in and see us and let us work out what is the best options for you!
A year ago we opened our flagship salon in Meherchand market this week!
Anyone who has been in business knows nothing comes easy and it has had its ups and downs but we have to say we are overwhelmed with the response. “Choosing a quieter market where parking is easy and the vibe is Art meets culture, it was a perfect fit for our brand” says Rod. We are an established brand but finally finding our home took some time.
With two floors, both dedicated to JUST HAIR, its a true Hair Salon that specialises in hair! We continue to be the leaders in the Industry, delivering up to the minute trends, techniques and advice that makes sure that not only you love your hair, that the hair industry grows to one day be on par Internationally.
Lots of things in the pipeline for the next 12 months which is scary & super exciting and can’t wait to share it all with our friends & clients so stay tuned says co founder Merrylin Boro.
Go drop in and speak to the guys & gals and talk hair and have a coffee on us
You only say goodbye to something when it’s not working and no matter how much fun, love or good times if you can’t fix it then it’s time to say ” see ya wouldn’t want to be ya”
Could be your hairdresser who still tells you to make your hair poker straight or it could be those straightening irons you got in 2005 that were state of the art with the best technology then but it’s years later and the technology is so much better.
Every now and then it’s a good idea to pull them out, dust them off and check the condition of them & clean them. Too much of anything can be bad so don’t use them more than twice a week and always use a heat protector when using. The irons and electrical equipment we use and recommend is Alan Truman
Maybe it’s time to say goodbye