I talk a lot about finding that mojo. In fact, I am making it my mission this year to help others bring the mojo back. Because it feels so good to be in full mojo. But it takes discipline and often negotiation to schedule in time for self-care. Self-care is so underrated.
What does self-care mean to you? Listen up, do more of it this year. Not just for you but for those you love. I am a much better version of myself when I make a little time for me.
There are lots of things that can get in the way of my mojo and a bad hair day is one of them. I have been blessed with my Dad’s hair. It is very soft and very fine which makes it hard to get volume but on the flip side it will never go grey. Check out this legend approaching 68 with his full set of brown hair. It’s a family hair thing that stems way back.
One of my favourite forms of self-care is putting my hair in the hands of someone with passion and talent. Someone like Dean Jones who runs a luxury salon on Elm Row in central Edinburgh. Dean and his team have built an amazing reputation across Edinburgh for bespoke hair at it’s finest. I have also had a lot of messages about Dean being very easy on the eye but believe me – this chap isn’t just a pretty face.
His detail with those colour tones and scissors coupled with passion by the bucketload for the industry and his craft is nothing short of inspiring. I loved seeing him and his fab team at work. What we do with our hair can help to reflect our personality and character. I love a bit of volume but as mentioned above – that takes skills.
Check out my pinned post on facebook or on Insta to see a video of Dean in action. If you share the post and tag a friend on facebook or like it and tag a friend on Insta then you are in with a chance of a cut and finish with Dean #inittowinit
I shall announce the lucky winner on 1st of March. Dean has also kindly offered a 20% discount in March from Tuesday to Thursday when you quote ‘Mummy jojo’. Send me a selfie and let me know how you get on.
Beautiful hair – my kinda self-care.
Whilst it can be very easy to shout about a bad hair experience, I think it is so much more important to shout louder about all the amazing ones. Thanks Dean – you were made to do this x