When you visit your hairdresser, get to know them, and allow them to get to know you. When you develop a good relationship with your hairdresser they will be more valuable to you, and they can support you in keeping your hair looking at its absolute best.
Many people love to have a chat with their hairdresser, but try talking about something other than celebrities and the weather! Start talking to your hairdresser about your hair, and the ways that you can make the most of what you have.
What hairstyle is best suited to my face shape?
Your hairdresser should be skilled in knowing which hairstyles suit which people. Although you may have seen an image in a magazine that you like, it might not suit you because of your face shape, or because of your hair type. Talk to your hairdresser and ask their opinion about the style that they think will suit you best. This is especially important if you are ready for a complete new look. You will want to know that the change will make you look fantastic.
Are you offering any new services that I can try?
Hairdressers are constantly receiving training and industry education on new products, services and hair styles. Technology changes rapidly in the beauty industry, so there may be new ideas that you have not known about before. Hairdressers may even specialise in a certain area of hair care. Ask them what they are interested in the most, and what they are passionate about. You may become inspired to try something new, that you did not realise was available to you.
Which products are best for my hair?
Many hairdressing clients are worried that their hairdresser is just trying to push products on to them to make money, but this is not true. When you visit a hairdresser, you are paying for their advice on how to care for your hair and have it look its best, and this includes the best products that you can use for it. Products can include shampoos and conditioners that are more superior to the supermarket brands, but also waxes, sprays and gels.
How long should I wait until coming back for a trim or restyle?
Depending on your hair style, you will need to come back at a later date, either for a simple trim or a restyle. If you want your hairstyle to last a long time, talk to your hairdresser about this at the beginning of your consultation. They may suggest a different style that will keep suiting you as it grows out. Regular haircare is important though, so develop a schedule to visit your hairdresser that you both agree on, and keep it consistent in your calendar.
As hairdressers we may see a lot of people each day, but that doesn’t mean we ever forget our regular customers. A relationship with your hairstylist is a lot like other relationships, but often a woman’s relationship with her hairdresser outlasts many other relationships – even her spouse. This means when you find a hairstylist that you know does a great job, you should stay with them.
We look forward to seeing our regular customers at Coev Hairdressers and know they feel the same about coming to see us! Apart from making everyone feel all warm and fuzzy, our relationship we have with our regular clients also means the best outcomes for them! How is this so? Let us explain…
The benefits of getting your hair professionally coloured means you will get the right shade for your hair and a colour that can be completely customised which will work with your skin tone and your natural hair colour. Here at Coev Hairdressers we only use the best colouring products which will not damage your hair, or leave it brassy or dry. It also shields you from making DIY colouring disasters, with colourists regularly able to rectify botched colouring jobs. Continue reading
You might not consider your bouncy locks to be a blessing, but natural curls are something to behold. All hair styles have their own advantages and disadvantages and instead of dwelling on the cons of curls, it’s important to remember that naturally wavy hair comes with many blessings.
Our mantra at Coev Hair Dressers is to love your locks no matter what hair style or type that you have been given. If you’re on the wavy end of the hair spectrum, our hair stylists share some good reasons to not to be surly for being naturally curly! Continue reading
As hairdressers, here at Coev Haircutters, it’s essential that we understand how the face shape of our customers plays a role in a stylish and flattering cut. Not only should a cut complement a face shape, it should also frame the face and accentuate your best features.
With so many different face shapes, (round, square, oval, and diamond to name a few) our stylists can suggest a suitable hairstyle to suit your face shape. You don’t need to worry about just one style fitting your face shape – there are actually quite a few! For those with round face shapes we share some flattering short, mid length and long length haircuts for you to consider below. Continue reading
Most of us have experienced a bad haircut first hand, or at least heard stories of horror haircuts. The reason for a bad haircut is often placed fully on the hairdresser, and while this can be a legitimate reason for an unflattering cut, often the reasons can be more complex.
Coev Hairdressers share some advice how to get the best haircut that you want! We know better than anyone that in the hairdressing world there can sometime be a mismatch between what the client has visualised and the finished result. Let this list be your guide to getting the hairstyle you want… Continue reading
Dandruff affects most of us from time to time. It’s not particularly pleasant but this common scalp condition is not necessarily a result of poor hygiene, despite what many people may believe. Apart from being unpleasant, dandruff often is accompanied by intense itchiness of the scalp. So what causes dandruff and what can be done to treat this very common skin condition? Coev Hairdressers share the answers in our latest blog post.
What causes dandruff?
Also known as seborrhoeic dermatitis, dandruff is condition resulting in flaking or scaling skin from the scalp and affects up to 50 per cent of the population. Around 10 per cent experience severe dandruff at different periods. While the exact cause is unknown, people who have increased oil production, are prone to eczema, and have extra production of skin yeasts are more likely to develop consistent dandruff. The symptoms are normally worse during winter when there is less humidity in the air.
We’ve all heard the saying ‘you are what you eat.’ But many people don’t realise that our diet has a big impact on our overall appearance including our skin, nails and most of all – our hair. It’s worth remembering that eating well can play a role in your appearance and a good diet will support strong and vibrant hair.
So what are the foods that nutritionists have found to benefit your bangs and love your locks? Coev Hairdressers share eight of the best foods for healthy hair below.
Thin hair can be a challenge, especially those with really thin hair since it can drastically limit the amount of options and hairstyles available. But fear not – there are still options and suitable cuts available for those with thin hair and it a great cut that can work for you.
By following a few of these tips from the hair colouring and styling specialists at Coev Hairdressers, you can embrace your thinner hair type with some great cuts and step out in complete confidence and style. Continue reading
A quick search of product review websites and the results look good for GHD Hair Straighteners. People rave about the fact that it’s the best straightener they’ve ever used, how glossy their hair is after using it, and how many of the other brands just don’t even compare to using a GHD (stands for Good Hair Day FYI)
Many people may be wondering what all the fuss is about, and what makes people rave about their straighteners in an almost cult-like manner. As one of the premier hairdressers in Brisbane who have seen it all when it comes to good and bad and hair straighteners, we share the reasons why your hair loves GHD below. Continue reading