Three Reasons To Visit Your Hairdresser Regularly

Three Reasons To Visit Your Hairdresser Regularly

You will have heard that you need to visit your hairdressers regularly, but you might not be sure why. In this blog post we talk about three reasons to visit your hairdresser in Sleaford regularly and how that will benefit your hair. Ideally you should visit your hairdresser every 4-6 weeks if you want luscious locks.

These are just three of the reasons you should visit your hairdresser regularly.

  1. Healthy Hair

By visiting the hair salon on a regular basis you are keeping your hair in the healthiest condition possible. By visiting once every 4-6 weeks our hairdressers in Sleaford can make sure your hair is well groomed and still in good condition. We can also treat you to a deep conditioning hair treatment to give your hair some extra love and attention. If you have any hair care worries, then we can discuss these too and recommend ways to fix your hair before more serious damage is caused. A regular visit to the hairdressers will keep your hair looking fresh and feeling healthy.

  1. Vibrant Hair Colour

Regularly visiting your hairdresser when you have coloured hair is essential for keeping your vibrant looking hair. We can freshen up your hair colour to ensure that it stays fresh and vibrant. We can offer a root touch up or a toner refresh, for example. Both of these treatments will keep your hues dazzling and stunning. We will keep a record of the tailor-made hair colour you have, so we can make sure your colour stays the same gorgeous shade.

  1. Stronger, Longer Hair

It doesn’t sound right, but by cutting your hair it will actually grow longer. Visiting our hairdressers in Sleaford will encourage strength and vitality in your hair. A regular trim every 4-6 weeks will promote healthy hair growth. The trim will get rid of those weaker and damaged tips and rid you of split ends too. When split ends are left too long they will work their way up your hair strands. Heat on your hair and general wear and tear can cause serious damage to your locks, so a regular hair appointment can give your hair the extra care it needs.


When you’re next at our hair salon in Sleaford ask your hairdresser when they would like you to come back. Everyone is different and their hair is different too. Your next visit could be anything between 4 and 8 weeks away. This is dependent on your hair condition, colour, style and cut.


How To Care For Your New Fringe Haircut

How To Care For Your New Fringe Haircut

The full fringe hairstyle is a bold look, but it looks incredibly and has loads of benefits. It is a hairstyle that can go with a classic bob or a gorgeous long hairstyle. The fringe frames the face perfectly and beautifully –but it does need caring for!

In this blog post we have put together some top tips so you know how to care for your new fringe haircut. If a fringe is a completely new hairstyle for you then these simple fringe hair care tips will come in really handy!

Clean Fringe

Your fringe touches your face and this can result in oils from your skin getting into your hair and making it look greasy. If you have a fringe you or shorter hair then you may need to wash your hair more than usual. However, if you prefer not to wash your hair too often then just shampooing the fringe is fine. You may even prefer a quick spray of dry shampoo which will also do the job.

The typical British weather can often bring unexpected windy days or heavy showers, so pop a comb in our handbag. This way, no matter what the weather brings, you can keep your fabulous fringe looking, well, fabulous!

Fringe Styling

You will love trying out new styles with your new fringe and haircut in Sleaford. Take the time to play around with your new fringe. You can try out up-dos, different partings, pinning sections back and even the classic beehive if you have time. Your new fringe gives you a new look. Embrace this new look; find some different hairstyles to suit you and the day ahead.

Blow Drying

We would recommend that you blow-dry your fringe when you get out of the shower. This is because your fringe will dry much faster than the rest of your hair. You need to grab a curly bristle brush and then use the nozzle of the hair dryer to direct the hot air where you want it. Do not forget to use heat protection products on your hair to reduce the risk of heat damage.

If you want to tuck the ends under then blow dry your fringe from above with the bristle brush below. You could also comb the fringe straight and blow dry it for a neat and straight look. However, if you prefer a natural look you can twist sections of your fringe so they dry in same direction as the rest of your hair.

Fringe Maintenance

It is important that you keep your fringe the right length and right shape for your face. You may want to book in for a trim in between hair appointments in Sleaford. This will help maintain your fringe and keep it exactly as you want. There is no need to book this appointment at your hair cut, just wait and see how quickly your fringe grows and then you can book a trim in Sleaford, before your next ‘main’ hair appointment.

If you’ve been considering a fringe for a while but you’re not sure if it is right for you; book a free hair consultation. Our friendly hairdressers in Sleaford will have a chat about your hair and the look you want to achieve. They can then recommend the best hairstyle of fringe for you.