Personally, I feel that one of the hardest tasks is finding a hairstylist who you connect with. Who understands you through and through. It is on a par to finding a GP that you feel comfortable with and know that they know your history whether medical or hair dramas. At the end of the day, it is about trust, research and of cause experience. Every time that I visit celebrity hairstylist David Gillson, I give him carte blanche to do whatever he feels is working for me or will work. It is crazy how sometimes I feel that he can read my mind and create exactly what I had hoped for.
David Gillson by now, after visiting him for years and years, knows that my hair grows fairly quickly and visible roots aren’t something I want as I usually wear my hair loose and softly styled. Hence, he introduced me to a “colour-melt”. Colour melting is a technique that blends highlights with the base colour of your hair so there’s no harsh lines or clear distinction between the different colours.
When deciding on a hairstylist, David says:” Finding a stylist, firstly do your research, online, read blogs and just ask random people whose hair looks cool. Make sure you have a connection with your chosen stylist and go for a blow-dry first to make sure you both have that connection. Dress how you usually dress and tell the stylist as much about your lifestyle as possible so that they get you”.