Dealing with your Hair during lockdown

Dealing with your Hair during lockdown

So, we are a week into lock down now and I know a lot of you either have regrowth because you were due for your appointment or your hair is about to get out of control.

That’s not good when you’re still working from home and video chatting etc. You still need to look presentable, so we are here to help!


Here are a few tips you can use to help get you through the next few weeks without taking drastic action like box dying or cutting your own hair.


  1. Dry shampoo: is now your best friend. It will take away that oily look that can make dark regrowth look even darker and give you some volume at the roots too.


  1. Volume, Volume, Volume: Also, a great trick, it softens the heavy line of a regrowth and by styling your hair up you look super lockdown glam for your video conference!


  1. Hair Chalks: OK so you have a dark colour and some pretty grey roots coming through. DO NOT RUSH OUT AND BUY BOX DYE! It’s not a good product (full of PPDs and other nasties), hard to apply evenly and often doesn’t end up the right colour. It’s also a real shit job for us to try and correct and in the long run will cost more for a salon to fix. Hair Chalks and blending crayons are a much better option. These are temporary and will help you blend your growth without too much hassle. They are available at most pharmacies and supermarkets. This image taken at our local countdown





  1. Scarfs: Fringe getting too long. Pixie cut getting shaggy round the ears? Its head scarf time! Don’t be afraid to use accessories in your hair. A head scarf or clip can hide a multitude of sins and again keep you looking polished for your zoom dates 😊


This blog by Stylist Ema GlobyteIs a great one to check out for accessorising your short hair ideas


We hope these little tips help over the next few weeks. Remember Live & Let Dye Hair is here for you to help in any way we can.

Stay tuned on our social media for some styling tips and videos over the next few weeks and If you have any questions for us or a topic you would like us to talk about just flick us a message and we will do our best to help you out

Be Kind, Stay Safe, Stay Home.