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Professional Hair Tips from the Scott Bailye Team

             Top Tips


Think of your hair as a gown that you never take off and always use a good shampoo and conditioner.

Use the correct styling tools, ask your stylists advice.
Heat protection is a must have!

Use a clarifying shampoo once per week to remove any build up of products and always use UV protection for your hair

on holiday.

Use a treatment once per week.

Don't try a colour change at home, go to a professional.

Visit your hairdressers every 6 - 8weeks.

Think About Cut & Style


Not every look works with every face.

Who hasn't sat in front of the mirror and pulled their hair back and tried to see which style would suit us!


Initially you need to determine what your face shape is - you can discuss this with your stylist, they have been trained with regard to facial structure and styles to suit, so there's no need to be shy.


Think about how much time you can spend on your hair, and how you rate your own styling capabilities.


Once established, your stylist will then run through a style book so that you can see exactly what you would like and what would suit.


Take your time and don't rush.

Think About Colour


Colouring your hair isn't a decision to be taken lightly.


A good deal of thought and preparation should be part of this.

Whether you're thinking, a subtle, just noticeable change or an outrageous all out statement and transformation, discuss this with your stylist.

Colour itself can have an amazing and uplifting effect, making you look younger, fashionable and much more.


Its worth remembering that hair colour reflects your personality and we would always recommend professional consultation and advice.


Give your hair the time it deserves, and look at all your colour options.

Eat Well, Stay Beautiful


Its not just about having your hair cut regularly, washing and conditioning.


The old saying 'you are what you eat' most definitely applies to your hair and scalps condition.


Because your hair is mostly made up of proteins - lean meats and fish, including essential fatty acids, (not saturated fat) will benefit your hair and its growth.

Vegetables and fruit will always play a major part so having your 'five a day' will benefit your hair.


Foods rich in Vitamin A, B, D, E and Zinc will all benefit your scap and hair, as well as your nails and skin.

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