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Good Curly Hair salon/dressers

Hi,

I really need to find or know about a good curly hair salon in the following places in England. I really want a salon that has someone that's good with trimming curly hair, braiding, twisting, styling, can do wonders to curly hair without applying any heat to it, knows her products and how they're to be used, DOESN'T advice to get hair relaxed, thinned, flat ironed or straightened etc.

Okay! so the thing is, I'm going to be moving to one of the places below. The decision hasn't been made yet. So, here are the places:
  • Malvern, Worcestershire
  • SevenOaks, Kent
  • Caterham, Surrey
  • Haileybury, Hertford, Hertforshire
  • Wellington, Crowthorne, Berkshire

Also, I am still yet to find a good curly salon in Southampton and I can't trouble my aunt to help me with my hair because she's got a job that keeps her real busy till late at night or early hours of the morning and she has 3 daughters who both need help with their hair. If you can find a good curly salon in Southampton, I'll be sooo sooo happy!

Thank you! :)
Oh! and a Happy New Year to everyone!
Things I use: Olive Oil, Canola oil, rosemary oil, aloe vera gel, shea butter, mayonnaise, eggs, milk, bananas

Everything I use is 100% natural. I make most of them myself because then I'm sure what's in it and I'm sure nothing's added, it's pure, it's natural.

Things I avoid: Mineral oil (codename: Baby oil), heat (I'm a total, no hair driers, no straighteners, no curling irons, no flat irons, no hot combs...nada), sodium chloride

Growing plan: At least 6 inches longer in a year.

Comments

  • SammySingallySammySingally Posts: 131Registered Users
    Okay! no one's replied to this so I'm guessing that people haven't found curly salons in those places and may or may not need to find them.

    Well...I've been told about one in Southampton. So, here's the info:
    It's in Hedge End. Err....Lucia's Salon on Tanhouse Lane.
    Ask for Tammy, Kim or Sarah (ask for Kim or Sarah if Tammy's not there). Tammy says that Kim and Sarah are just as good as her, but Tammy's the one recommended. Tammy has 2 curly haired daughters that she takes care of so, she has experience with working with naturally curly hair.

    Okay! so I hope this helps somebody! :)
    Things I use: Olive Oil, Canola oil, rosemary oil, aloe vera gel, shea butter, mayonnaise, eggs, milk, bananas

    Everything I use is 100% natural. I make most of them myself because then I'm sure what's in it and I'm sure nothing's added, it's pure, it's natural.

    Things I avoid: Mineral oil (codename: Baby oil), heat (I'm a total, no hair driers, no straighteners, no curling irons, no flat irons, no hot combs...nada), sodium chloride

    Growing plan: At least 6 inches longer in a year.
  • rbbrbb Posts: 4,089Registered Users Curl Dabbler
    have you looked on britishcurlies??? it's a website along the lines of naturallycurly.

    3a, some 2c & 3b, medium texture, porosity normal, low elasticity :-(
    washing/cowashing, conditioning, protein tx: curl junkie products
    leave in:cj conditioners and treatments as leave in
    styling: cj aloe fix gel, cj pattern pusha, cj honey butta leave in, cj cccc, cj ciab.
    sealants - jane carter nourish & shine
  • SammySingallySammySingally Posts: 131Registered Users
    I stumbled upon that site yesterday. I'll look on there.

    Thanks, by the way :)
    Things I use: Olive Oil, Canola oil, rosemary oil, aloe vera gel, shea butter, mayonnaise, eggs, milk, bananas

    Everything I use is 100% natural. I make most of them myself because then I'm sure what's in it and I'm sure nothing's added, it's pure, it's natural.

    Things I avoid: Mineral oil (codename: Baby oil), heat (I'm a total, no hair driers, no straighteners, no curling irons, no flat irons, no hot combs...nada), sodium chloride

    Growing plan: At least 6 inches longer in a year.