Three times Midlands Hairdresser of the Year, Tim Scott-Wright gives you his top tips for getting your kids hair (and your own) ready for getting back to school whatever their age!
School Savvy Styles
The top knot!
Teens love it: It is a really great style at any time of the year and it can look as if you just threw it together!
Mum loves it: It is practical and keeps hair out of the way.
Teens Love it: Seen on the catwalks for the last two seasons - it’s cool to hide your outgrowing fringe.
Mum loves it: It is neat and stops her flicking hair out of her eyes all day!
Pony and pigtails
Teens love it: Celebrity favourite styles that aren’t too neat and tidy.
Mums love it: Reminds them of when they were 7!
Back to School top tips
Time to remove that hair chalk!
Okay mums, we know that the hair chalk trend that your teen loved over the summer isn’t suitable for school – and you may have found that it isn’t quite as easy to remove as you thought! A quick trip to the hairdresser for a ‘lightening bath’ followed by a Clynol brilliance semi-colour in your teen’s natural colour and voilà - school suitable colour.
Get into tip top condition
Girls your mum is right, well conditioned hair is WAY easier to style, so for once listen to your mum and invest in a really good hair treatment like the new Clynol Kera Rebuild.
Top hair tool for tangles
Okay, so you need to do a bit of backcombing to create your favourite styles, but invest in a great brush for detangling. Try a Tangle Teaser, or for a professional alternative ask for a Mason & Pearson bristle brush – all the top sessionistas use them and Mum will love it too!
Keep hair fresh even when you don’t have time to wash it with our favourite dry shampoo, OSiS+ Refresh (£12.85, 100ml)
Always wanted to learn how to use those GHD curling wands? Desperate to know how to get a smoky eye? Well come and join in the biggest hair party in the UK – THE BIG HAIR DO! 100 salons, one night, loads of tips, trends and goodies – 28th September 2016. Details on our facebook page @The Hair Surgery.