Five Simple Tips for Rocking Your New Haircut

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Hair by Nicki Miti, Reds Hairdressing

1. WATCH HOW YOUR HAIRDRESSER STYLES YOUR HAIR

While you’re in the salon chair, don’t be shy and ask your Reds stylist lots of questions. Ask them which products they’re using and why, and then what order they’re using them as well.

If you’re already at home it’s still okay to give the salon a quick call and ask them for some more advice over the phone. We want to make sure you’re wearing your new style the best you can, so never be afraid to ask for advice.

2. HAVE A PLAY

Once you’re back at home, it’s time to start playing with your new haircut. You’ve seen how your hairdresser styled it, but a great cut can be styled in multiple ways. Play around and try a few different looks.

Try parting your hair in different places – a middle part will give you a completely different look to a deep side part. Keep playing until you find a way that you like your hair to sit. Take a couple of selfies as a reference, so you can recreate the styles you love.

3. GET YOUR PRODUCTS IN ORDER

Products that worked for your last haircut may not work for your new style. It’s a good idea to check through the hair products you already have, and add new products your stylist has recommended. It can take a couple of days to test out products in your new haircut, so have fun with it and try some new looks.

4. TEST OUT A NEW TUTORIAL

While you’re playing with your hair products, why not try a new hair tutorial as well. A simple google search, for something simple like a twist or braid, might help you find a great new way to show off your style.

5. TAKE NOTES

It can take a few days to go through these tips, testing new products and styles, so we really recommend taking notes. Just pop them in your phone or even on a calendar so that way when you have a really good hair day, you’ll know exactly how you did it and you’ll be able to replicate it again and again.

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