No more loch-down locks! Delighted Scottish social media users share their hair transformations after months without being able to get a cut and colour
- Scots shared snaps of their fresh trims as hairdressers reopened across country
- Under the new Covid-19 rules, people must pre-book visits to the hairdressers
- People flocked to get long-awaited cuts after salons being shut for three months
- One man said they should have stayed ‘closed’ after getting a horrific new trim
- If you’ve got a dramatic new haircut after heading to a Scottish salon that you’d like to share, please email email@example.com
Hair salons opened in Scotland yesterday, meaning many desperate Scots could finally get a long awaited chop after letting their luscious locks grow out during lockdown.
Nicola Strugeon’s allowed Scots to get their locks trimmed a week before barbers and salons in England reopen on April 12 – as long as they have an appointment booked.
And now Scots have shared snaps of their fresh trims after the coronavirus lockdown restrictions eased in Scotland and hairdressers reopened for the first time in three months.
People must pre-book their visits to hairdressers and barbers, and most flocked to get their long-awaited cuts as early as 6am across the country.
And while some were very excited about their new ‘dos, others were left less than impressed, as one man took to Twitter to share a snap of his trim, urging Nicola Sturgeon to ‘close’ barbers again after he was left with a drastic haircut that he absolutely hated.
Elsewhere, other people shared ‘before and after’ snaps to show off their new looks after three months of coping with some very wild hairstyles.
Here, FEMAIL share a selection of the most dramatic post-lockdown trims…
Scots have shared snaps of their fresh trims after the coronavirus lockdown restrictions eased in Scotland, including one man who queued for ’90 minutes’ to get a haircut
Hairdressers reopened for the first time in three months and one man, called Darren Young, couldn’t wait to share his ‘before and after’ haircut shots on Monday
Makeup artist Alice Dickson had her locks transformed at Cascal Hair Studio in Edinburgh, with the salon sharing remarkable before and after photographs following the makeover
Sharon Louise Johnstone, owner of East Lothian Hair & Beauty Salon Hair Couture Tranent, revealed this incredible before and after transformation of one of her customers to Instagram
But Thomas Haggerty was less than impressed with his drastic new trim, writing: ‘4 months av been waiting for a haircut. Only to be hit with this. @NicolaSturgeon do us all a favour and close them again love’
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Another man, called Pete Scott, admitted that he was ‘thankful’ that hairdressers had finally reopened because he ‘really needed a haircut’
Hunter Hairdressing in Dundee, revealed this woman’s impressive new locks on social media following a ‘full works’ of treatment
The Colour Cabin, based in North Lanarkshire, shared this customer’s impressive transformation after finally getting rid of her lockdown locks
The Colour Cabin also shared this woman’s incredible before and after photographs following an appointment at the hair salon
Jamie Aitchison also had a blunder at the hairdressers as he revealed that he asked the barber to ‘blend it in quite high’, but the barber thought he said ‘put a line in quite high’. He added: ‘Thank god for a few more weeks of lockdown’
One teacher called Mr McClurg quipped that he was ‘no longer halfway to being Jedward’ as he shared his ‘before and after’ haircut shots to Twitter on Easter Monday
Hunter Hairdressing in Dundee, revealed this woman’s vibrant transformation. The customer decided to ditch the light locks and embrace a colourful pink instead
Signature Hair by Kirstie, a Scottish based hairdresser, took to Instagram to reveal her ‘first post lockdown transformation’
First cut for the first minster! Nicola Sturgeon grins as her hair was seen to by Julie McGuire at Beehive Hair and Make-up yesterday
Scotland’s hairdressers went back to work yesterday after three months unable to work as restrictions started to be eased
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