Hair advice by Tim Scott Wright

Tim scott wright


at Lisa Shepherd we’re true romantics, so when the Valentine’s season rolls around we can’t resist sharing a few tips on looking your best for the occasion.

Tim says “We all need a good excuse to take time out for ourselves and what’s better than a little pre-Valentine pampering? Here are five fabulous ways to fall in love with gorgeous hair, before you fall in love with a gorgeous man!

Tip 1 – The colour of Valentine’s has to be red! Not only is it a hot shade right now but it can be worn in so many ways. If you don’t want to stray too far from a natural brunette then add some slices of deep cherry and red wine. Blondes can choose from a palette of pinks in blush champagne or powder puff – go for an all over colour wash, a panel through the fringe or micro lights. Pink is reds kissing cousin after all!

Tip 2 – Glittering shine could be the perfect complement to that surprise engagement diamond. Pack in the condition in the weeks before your big night with a weekly conditioning treat such as Clynol Rescue Repair Treatment. And once you’ve styled your hair, mist over with a little shine spray like Clynol Hairshine shine spray for ultimate glitz.

Tip 3 – Blow your partner away with a professional blow-dry, style or hair up service at Lisa Shepherd Salons, we’re offering a 20% off all our styling services from 9th – 14th February! Just call your nearest salon to book your appointment.

Tip 4 – If you are blessed with long hair then go for romantic pre-Raphaelite waves and curls. Spray damp hair with a styling spray and roll 3 cm sections of hair on large heated rollers and wind away from the face, leave for 30 minutes and then gently unwind and brush through or tease out with the fingers. Add a little hairspray such as Clynol Uphold to fix. If you have short hair then work through some mousse, create a low parting and style hair flat to the head, tucking neatly behind the ears for a sleek look.

Tip 5 – Add romantic accessories! Add silk flowers to low buns or ponies or simply sweep tousled long hair into a decorative clip on one side at the back of the head. For shorter styles, decorate with vintage diamante hair clips for a Great Gatsby style.

For more advice and top tips don’t forget to check out my website  www.lisashepherd.co.uk or follow me at www.twitter/haircolourdoc




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