winter hair

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Yes! We are open

We hope this finds you, family and friends safe and well at this incredible time of uncertainty.

Here at Hair by Phd we have been hit emotionally with all that is happening. The uncertainty of whether we are allowed to remain open or not and most importantly the health and safety of our team and our beautiful clients.

The fact is that we are legally still allowed to be open and we are here for you although working on reduced hours.

If you are interested in coming to visit us please read on for the correct information on your visit to our salon.

Online Kerastase offer

If you would rather not come into the salon we have a great tool for you to do a complete hair and scalp analysis at home. Thanks to our friends at Kerastase they have provided a great online tool for this.

Click on the link below of your usual salon to start your own personalised hair and scalp analysis.


Q&A on Hair By Phd Salon Visits

Q. Will I get in trouble if I leave the house to come to Hair by Phd?
A. No. We are legally allowed to be open so you are legally allowed to visit our salon.

Q. How can I have my hair done with a 30-minute limit?
A. The 30-minute limit was lifted the day after it was announced. You can stay at the salon for as long as the service takes to complete.

Q. What are you doing about social distancing?
A. We are adhering to the required 1 person per 4sqm rule and also using every second chair in the salon to maintain the 1.5 metre rule between our clients. We are only allowing a limited number of clients in the salon as well to make sure the distancing is adhered to.

Q. Is it safe to visit Hair by Phd?
A. We are doing everything we can in our power to protect everyone who visits the salon. We have not left a stone unturned when it comes to our hygiene procedures.

Q. If I am feeling unwell should I visit the salon?
A. Please if you have been asked self-isolate, and/or have any flu like symptoms, stay at home. This is for everyone’s safety. If you arrive to our salon with these symptoms you will be asked to leave.

If you have anymore questions or concerns please email Sarkis on sarkis@hairbyphd.com.au. In the meantime if you choose to stay at home and need home hair-care products you can purchase them online at www.hairbyphd.com.au/shop/ where we have some great offers available now.

Love from the team at Hair by Phd
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Winter has hit with bang in the last few weeks. It has been a warm autumn and all of sudden the temp­­­­­erature has really dropped. How is your hair feeling? If you would like some tips on how to look after your hair in winter read the post My 5 Tips On Fabulous Looking Hair This Winter. In this post I will show you my 4 favourite winter hair trends for 2016

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My 5 Tips On Fabulous Looking Hair This Winter


Winter Hair Tips

Winter Hair Tips

Winter has well and truly arrived, what does that mean for your hair? Winter can really have a damaging effect on your hair. With every degree in temperature drop your scalp slows down the production in sebum (natural oils) leaving your hair dryer than normal.

Going in and out of the cold air, hot rooms and wearing hats also can create a less than ideal environment for your hair and scalp. Lack of humidity also causes your hair to become dehydrated.

This is why in winter your hair will feel drier and is prone to be fly away and have a lot of static. Static is caused through a lack of moisture; the hair is searching for moisture when it gets to this stage.

Here are my 5 tips for keeping your hair looking beautiful this winter;

  1. Keep washing your hair to a minimum. Keeping a small build up of the natural oils in your hair for longer will help maintain moisture in your hair, stopping your hair from splitting and becoming fly away.
  2. Use a good leave-in moisturiser. This will increase the amount of moisture in your hair and also put a protective coating over your hair, to protect it from the harsh winter conditions. Kerastase make a great leave-in oil called Elixir Ultime. Made from 4 essential oils it is designed to hydrate your hair and keep it supple. If you don’t like using oil in your hair the Elixir Ultime comes in a leave –in Crème as well.
  3. Wear a hat to protect your hair from the harsh wintry conditions. Hats come in all shapes and sizes and are an ideal fashion accessory as well. Although as mentioned above not ideal for your scalp, it is better than exposing your hair to the elements.
  4. If you are using a hairdryer and styling iron on a regular basis, a heat protector is very useful. You would use this as well as a leave-in moisturiser to stop your hair from becoming brittle. Osis make a fantastic thermal protector called Flatliner. It protects your hair up to 200 degrees and also has good hold and shine qualities.
  5. Regular visits to your stylist. A good stylist will always recommend what is best for your hair. Regular trims are a must to stop your hair from becoming brittle and splitting. A deep conditioning hair mask will also be of benefit for winter. This can be done in a salon or once a week at home.

If you would like anymore information on any of my above tips or products ask your stylist next time you are in Hair by Phd or go to our website www.hairbyphd.com.au

As mentioned in my last post our Winter Blonde Facebook competition finishes at the end of June. Click on the link below to go to our Facebook page and tell us who your favourite blonde celebrity is. You could win a great Blonde Me prize valued at $89.85

Hair by Phd Facebook Page

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Sarkis The Hairstylist

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