Want to grow long healthy hair?
Follow these steps…
1) Regular trimming we promise not to take too much off!!
2) Regular Customized Deep Conditioning Treatments to strengthen and maintain moisture
3) Home hair care
Melu Shampoo and Conditioning
Melu Hair Shield Protect against thermal styling Melu Serum for Repairing Split Ends
Five Ways To Get The Haircut You Really Want
If you have ever had a post-melt down, raise your hand. Whether you wanted a bob and got a lob or asked for layers and got a mullet. There is nothing like a bad haircut to ruin your day. Because Salon visits should be relaxing and self-esteem boosting –not traumatic! We will give you our expert advice on how to ensure the perfect cut every time. Hint: It’s all about communication…
Bring Pictures, Lots of Pictures
If you’re getting more than a trim, ask the salon to add a consultation to your appointment so you can sit down with your stylist and map out your vision. We love when people bring a variety of images into the salon because it gives me a general sense of their taste. You may not beable to achieve the haircut you want if the hair isn’t long enough.
A head of hair is a lot like a fingerprint. There are general types, but no two are exactly alike you are all unique. If you know a celebrity has sa similar natural hair texture or colour to yours, it’s a good bet that you’ll be able to achieve the same look. If you not sure what your hair can or cannot do your stylist can help guide you. But remember, a lot goes into making a celebrity’s hair look amazing in photos: extinctions, a glam squad, lighting and of course photo shop. Ask your stylist to give you a reality check.
Be vocal about pet peeves you have like never let your bangs go higher the your eyebrows or the cowlick you have to wont lay right if it isn’t cut just right.
Use Your Hands
Everyone sees the world through their own lens. Shoulder length means something different to everyone. To avoid surprises we recommend physically showing your stylist where you want your hair to land post-cut
Establish a bond there are salons that serve “fast hair” and salons that work hard to develop artists.