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Hair after Lockdown, what did we learn? – What you need to know to D.I.Y.

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Its official.

The recent lockdown last year, is the longest we have experienced, no matter where you are in the country, you will likely have experienced challenges with your hair.

Frustration around not being able to access a regular salon for cuts, colours & styling, had to be one of the top frustrations.

DIY

Your Hair Coach services and workshops are there for anyone who wants to look at what they can do themselves at home. 

Organic Colour Systems, (OCS)

The parent company Herb UK, manufactures Tints of Nature, an off the shelf option colouring option.

These are available in many shops as a complete package, with a detox shampoo, colour product, and conditioner, to seal the colour in. 

As with OCS professional colours, Tints of Nature, is low chemical, following the same ethos as the salon brand, Organic Colour Systems.

 I’ve used them a couple of times, and they are very easy to apply.  Ask me for advice on which shade to chose if you’re unsure, I have a colour swatch available for reference.

Purchase here: https://www.yourhaircoach.co.nz/product-category/tints-of-nature/ Allow 10-14 days for delivery.

Cutting

Is another aspect that is obviously tricky, most people wont be willing to ‘go there’. However, for the man in your life there are lots of choices of clippers with clip on combs to attach, which are a guide to the finished length your require. My personal favourite is Wahl. 

Here is a tutorial for an easy mens cuts;  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JptVhKHaGpc

The fringe

Remember when pulling your wet hair forward to cut, only ever cut it at the bridge of the nose first, then check it dry, before adjusting. You don’t want to emulate your five year old self again, and have a fringe mid forehead.

My aim is to make your hair easy, by giving you the answers to any questions you may have. 

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Whatever your experience with lockdown hair, it probably wasn’t pretty, unless you had a hairdresser in your ‘bubble’. Even now there are difficulties for some in accessing hair services, which make this post just as pertinent.

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