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Time for a Fresh Cut

Time for a Fresh Cut

After a whole year of ever-changing information, opening and closing hairdressers, and endless failed home cuts, the time has finally come. We only have one more week until barbers are finally opening again. That means one week until we can swap our overgrown, messy hair for a fresh cut in time for summer.

In preparation for this highly anticipated day, we’ve put together our top picks for the ultimate hair care routine, designed to keep your new cut looking fresh. 

Step 1: Shampoo

An essential start to good, clean hair. Our range of luxury shampoos are bursting with nature’s hair-loving ingredients and finest oils for healthy, soft and nourished hair like you’ve never known before. 

Our Top Picks: 

Arran Sense of Scotland Lavender & Lemongrass Hair Shampoo, £13

Wash away bad hair days to leave your hair clean, shiny and manageable with this uplifting Lavender & Lemongrass Shampoo. Contains essential oils of Lavender and Lemongrass to effectively condition the hair and scalp, with added Pro-Vitamin B5 to nourish.

Mitchell's Wool Fat Soap Moisturising Hair Shampoo, £10.95

Handmade in England, Mitchell’s Hair Shampoo uses only the purest ingredients for a luxurious and refreshing cleanse. This lightly fragranced lanolin rich shampoo naturally helps to condition your hair leaving it soft, shiny and manageable.


Noble Isle Perry Pear Shampoo, £14

Formulated with antioxidants and rich in vitamin C, Noble Isle’s Perry Pear Luxury Hair Shampoo boosts the hair’s natural defences against free radicals, leaving hair looking naturally healthy and full of life. We love the smell of it too.

Step 2: Conditioner

An often forgotten, but important step. Why? When shampoo cleans it can also strip the hair of its nutrients, causing it to become dry. Using a good conditioner with your shampoo will lock in moisture, keeping hair hydrated, soft  and fresh throughout the day. 

Our Top Picks: 

Scottish Fine Soaps, Sea Kelp Conditioner

Scottish Fine Soaps Sea Kelp Conditioner, £9.99

Infused with nutrients and delicately fragranced with a fresh, coastal scent, Scottish Fine Soaps’ Sea Kelp Conditioner will leave your hair feeling nourished, silky-soft and ultra-healthy. 

Mauli Rituals Grow Strong Conditioner

Mauli Rituals Grow Strong Conditioner, £36 

Harnessing the remarkable plant power of India's most nutrient-dense botanicals, Mauli Rituals’ strengthening formula is intensely creamy and vitamin-rich, leaving brittle hair beautifully repaired, hydrated and silky-soft. 

Elemental Herbology Hair Souffle Conditioner

Elemental Herbology Hair Souffle Conditioner, £16.85

Elemental Herbology’s deeply nourishing conditioner is designed to restore your hair's natural shine and softness. Shea Butter intensely hydrates, while rosemary stimulates circulation and invigorates the mind. 

Step 3: Styling

With the right products and techniques, bad hair days become a thing of the past. Discover our curated selection of the finest styling pastes, pomades, and lotions for great hair, every day. 

Our Top Picks:

Truefitt & Hill Hair Management Julep Paste£22

Julep Paste is best suited to gentlemen who favour a classic cut with a firm hold and natural finish. Formulated to condition and soften, it can be used on all hair lengths.

Geo F Trumper San Remo Hairdressing, £28

Best suited for medium length hair, San Remo Hairdressing has a light lily fragrance and is designed to give a relaxed, natural looking hold. 

YOI Styling Co Hair Styling Pomade, £14.95

YOI styling pomade is perfect for creating definition and character, particularly on longer, darker hair. The formula provides a glossy finish to your hairstyle, with a strong hold to maintain texture and definition. 

Now you’ve seen our top picks, it’s finally time to get that very overdue haircut, get back into your routine, and let your hair shine for pubs, restaurants and so much more to come! 

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