No. 1 Magazine - - SCOTLAND'S NO.1 FOR BEAUTY -

“All hair is shiny; it’s the pro­cesses and at­tributes that make it glossy. We for­get that what­ever goes in our mouths feeds the fol­li­cle, in­clude vi­ta­mins in your diet. “It’s all about build­ing shine from the in­side out. Heat doesn’t make hair shiny; it only ruf­fles the cu­ti­cle, so try not to use as much heat.”

Nel­son Brown:

“Make sure the cu­ti­cle lies flat; watch the an­gle of the brush make sure that it’s point­ing down on the hair shaft, never up or against it, or you will have flflfluffffffy hair; and it’s im­por­tant to buy a good brush, spend around £25 and you’ll have one for life. “When smooth­ing the hair do not use a rounded brush. For curl and vol­ume use a boar bris­tle brush as it glides through the hair. I was trained by Vi­dal Sas­soon and his mantra still sticks with me to­day ‘hair should flflow and be free’. That high shine sa­lon fin­ish is very achiev­able with the at­tributes in place – a healthy head of hair is one im­por­tant at­tribute.”

Ja­son & In­dia Miller:

“Hav­ing the best elec­tri­cal equip­ment and the right prod­ucts that suit your spe­cific hair type is es­sen­tial. Ask your hair­dresser for tips and ad­vice about styling and blow-dry­ing, then it’s time to prac­tice, prac­tice, prac­tice. “A re­lax­ing head mas­sage and the lux­ury ex­pe­ri­ence of hav­ing your hair done in-sa­lon and will al­ways add a dif­fer­ent dy­namic to do­ing it at home.”

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