dry cut in London (or UK for that matter)

SparkyUKSparkyUK Registered Users Posts: 1
Hi all,
I saw that someone asked this a year ago, but as there was no answer I thought I'd refresh the topic by posting again. Does anyone know of a london salon that specialises in Cury hair (I'm a 3B) and preferably uses Devachan's dry cutting technique (I think as outlined in Cury Girl). I used to go back to New York every few months and would just wait and get my hair cut then, but its been 5 months now and my hair is devoid of any life. My hair and I would be so grateful if you could share any info on salons and prices in the London area.
Best,
Sarah

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  • Kris KurlKris Kurl Registered Users Posts: 28
    Hi Sparky, welcome. I can't help, but I was intrigued by the fact that in the CG book Lorraine seemed to imply that dry cutting is common in the UK. I have never, ever had a hairdresser offer to cut my hair dry in the UK! :D

    If you look at this thread, there are one or two UK recommendations, although they don't mention dry cuts:

    http://naturallycurly2.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=30304
  • Daisy_SteinerDaisy_Steiner Registered Users Posts: 2
    I was intrigued by the fact that in the CG book Lorraine seemed to imply that dry cutting is common in the UK. I have never, ever had a hairdresser offer to cut my hair dry in the UK!

    Yup exactly the same. I was really confused to read that. I'm English born and bred and have had my hair cut wet since birth as has everybody else I know.
  • RainbowCurlsRainbowCurls Registered Users Posts: 21
    The hairdresser I used to go to always used to cut my hair dry. In Birmingham though, and not a curly hair specialist.

    Apparently, hairdressers prefer wet cutting because their scissors will last longer that way...

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