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Wanted a hairdresser good at cutting thick curly/wavy hair Nottingham or Derby

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Uphillanddowndale12 Tue 02-Feb-16 17:27:08

That's it. Can anyone recommend someone who knows how to cut and style thick curly wavy hair that sticks out and one side goes one way and the other the other way smile I've been growing out a sort of pixie style and I'm going to need someone soon to give it a restyle
I don't mind travelling to a good salon. Please.... Thanks

Littlepumpkinpie Tue 02-Feb-16 18:14:51

Beetroots on Scotland Road in Basford Nottingham are brilliant.

Uphillanddowndale12 Tue 02-Feb-16 20:09:48

Thanks * littlepumpkin* I've heard of this one is it off valley road? is there a particular stylist you'd recommend?

Destinysdaughter Wed 03-Feb-16 11:23:39

This guy has a salon in Birmingham that deals specifically with curly hair. He's really good and has clients from all over the Uk!

Uphillanddowndale12 Wed 03-Feb-16 12:19:41

Thank you Destiny I get to Birmingham quite a bit. Does Matthew cut hair that's wavy and curly - half and half?

Destinysdaughter Wed 03-Feb-16 14:37:58

My hair is more wavy than curly and he did it beautifully so yes I would say he does. My hair had never looked so good coming out of a hairdressers before!! He cuts hair dry so he can see what it looks like naturally whereas most hairdressers cut curly/wavy hair wet which isn't what it looks like naturally. He also gave me great tips on what products to use and how to dry it to maximise the curl/wave.

Uphillanddowndale12 Wed 03-Feb-16 18:33:21

Destiny I rang Matthew and have fixed up to go and get a consultation with him smile smile

Destinysdaughter Wed 03-Feb-16 18:56:08

Ooh good for you, hope it goes well, come back and let us know! smile

Uphillanddowndale12 Fri 08-Apr-16 12:21:44

I did it! I went to Spring in Birmingham, yesterday, my cousin came too - she has curly hair and I have wavy kinky hair. I'm really pleased with it. My cousin kept commenting on how shiny my hair was afterward and how it had bought the colour out somehow. Now what do I do to manage it?

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