What a wonderful thing it is when you walk out of the salon with the wind in your hair, feeling brighter and rejuvenated. We look forward to those moments, the chat with the stylist, the cup of tea and the time to rest and unwind. Cherished, precious time for many of us. It is always a pleasure to see lots of our existing clients and really special when we help a new client. We want you to look and feel your best always, so today we have given you some nutritional advice to keep your hair in tip top condition between visits to see us! As always we are always available for a chat about any hair and beauty concerns you may have. You are always welcome to visit with or without an appointment.
It is always a joy to create a wonderful new look for someone and see them leave feeling more confident, and self assured. We never underestimate the power a new hair style and/or a new colour has. A new look does wonders for confidence, positivity and perhaps even a new found get up and go attitude. That is why we spend time with everyone, making sure we understand what they are looking to achieve, suggesting styles and colours that may suit them, and giving them general hair care advice once we have achieved the desired look. You are welcome to pop in and discuss your requirements over a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit, completely free and you are under no obligation to book.
We are becoming busier at the beautybarn and we are excited to advise that Kate will be available every Monday from Monday 7th August. To get our Monday's into full madness mode we are offering 25% off all colour services throughout the month of August. This includes our very popular Elumen colours, pop in and speak to Kate to find out which colour would suit you. A skin patch test is required 48hrs prior to any hair colour service. We are sure this offer will fill up fast so book in quick to avoid disappointment.
Warmer months see an increase in those who suffer with Hayfever. This can be a really frustrating time for many. Here we have compiled some top tips to help you through the Hayfever season. Always keep an eye on our facebook page for latest articles and information.
Yes January can certainly be an odd month. For many it is a time for new ideas, changes and resolutions but with it comes the aftermath of the Christmas celebrations and the "what have I got to look forward to." Well here are my handty tips to get you through this long cold month.
1/. Plan a girls or lads night in where everyone brings left overs - cheap and lots of fun.
2/. Take up a hobby, or new exercise. These don't have to cost a fortune, joining a local book club at the library, or walking cost no money at all and keep your mind active and increase seratonin levels (the happy hormone).
3/. Lack of sunshine can cause you to get depressed - taking a Vitamin D supplement can improve mood and prevent S.A.D disorder.
4/. Plan your year. Having things to look forward to helps to beat those January Blues. It also helps you budget.
5/. Put time aside for yourself. Relaxing with a book, having a hot bath and eating nutritiously all help with boosting your mood.