Don’t Skip The Cut!
As the weather heats your hair naturally gets dry and thirsty meaning your ends will be more likely to split! As you may know, split ends can make your hair not only look damaged and frizzy but can severley detrement and compromise the whole hair. At MA salons we will always recommend getting regular haircuts to maintain your hair's health during any season, but we find it’s most important during the summer and winter months! Cutting your hair consistently can also help with any product build-up and heat damage. Get rid of the unhealthy strands and make way for your new moisturised hair. Come and get your thirst on with our Sebastian Hydre Alchemist Treatment combined with NO.Breaker our reconstructive hybrid treatment.
Talk to your stylist at MA Salons to see what we recommend for your hair! It’s never a bad idea to keep an eye on hair health keeping your hair looking polished!
See below for our haircut time frames, dont forget to book your care treatment with your cutting technician.
- Short Hair - 4/6 Weeks
- Medium Hair - 6 Weeks
- Long Hair - 6 Weeks
- Curly Hair - 5/6 Weeks
- Mens - 2/4 Weeks
Check out our top 3 hairstyle picks below
1) Forget the slicked-back bun, create a flowing Ballet Bun, a chic and kinder style to your locks.
There are so many ways to create this look but the easiest way is.......
Make sure your hair is combed through as this will prevent gaps from forming as you scoop it up. Next, using your hands instead of a brush, gather all of your hair up towards the top of your head as if you were creating a ponytail, Drynamics by Sebastian is perfect for a gritty texture, waving or curling first will give you a softer appearance.
Once you’re holding it all up at the desired height, twist the hair and wrap it around itself. Hold this in place, and secure with an invisibobble or a hair elastic band, never use a regular band.
Create a soft day and evening look with flowing strands! Instagram: cravemyvibess
2) Why go Double Dutch when you can do Beached Braids with a tousled ending.
Leaving out sections from the hairline, create a central parting toward the nape. Create 2 chunky braids and secure at the nape with an invisibobble or hair elastic. wrap half an inch to disguise the bobble and pin to secure alternatively tuck ends into the bobble. Gently pull and seperate the braids for a chunkier and bohemian look.
Use a wand to softly create a wave through the lengths and ends and finish scrunching with Sebastian Craft Clay. Wavy or curly hair naturally? Leave the ends to dry but dont forget to scrunch in Sebastian Eruptek for a beachy texture with sheen.
3) Better the Devil you know with The Twisted Halo.
To create this look, using a wand or classic irons wave each section of the hair towards the floor maintaining length but creating shape. When all sections are complete allow the hair to cool. Dont forget to use Sebastian ShineDefine setting spray.
Use a comb to loosen the wave creating a dramatic beach/LA day wear apperance. Create a zigzag parting towards the crown and create two sections (a few inches will do). Split the section into two and begin to rope twist. Secure with an invisibobble and pin into place (around the side of the head) and repeat on the other side.
Now you have the rope twists in place, entwine using an invisibobble to create the halo shape. Comb together the middle/ends within the bobble so they combine and gently loosen the rope twist for a fuller effect. Spritz with Sebastian Reshaper for hold.