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Rates Categories List

We have laid out the categories into this area rather like the contents page of a book so that you can find what you want as quickly as possible and cross reference them with the price on the rates sheet

The Virtual Salon: Menu Category 1

The (V) button will take you to our information pages which consist of:

What's New?

(Main subsection menu Category 2)

Category 3 information pages in this section

  • HairProducts
  • Accessories
  • Services
  • Latest articles

Your Hair and How To Handle It

(Main Subsection menu Category 2)

Category 3 information pages in this section:

  • Children's Hair
  • Family hair care needs
  • Long Hair
  • Fine Hair
  • Thick Hair
  • Frizzy Hair
  • Split ends
  • Curly Hair
  • Detangling
  • Grey Hair
  • Growing your hair
  • Slow growing hair
  • Getting more volume
  • Static in your hair?
  • Beards, mustache's and shaving
  • Swimmers & sunbathers
  • Diet and how it affects your hair
  • Attention all Redheads
  • Back from "Summer Holiday" hair
  • Fine hairline hair

Salon Services and Chemical Treatments:

(Main Subsection menu Category 2)

Category 3 information pages in this section:

  • Colour and Highlighting
  • The quick guide to salon colour services
  • Finding the colouring method to suit your needs:
    • Permanent (Colour that grows out)
    • Semi permanent (Colour that slowly fades out)
    • Temporary (Colour that washes out in one or two shampoos)
    • All Over Bleach (If you want to be really blonde)
    • Highlights (Streaks of lighter colour)
    • Lowlights (Streaks of darker colour)
    • Free hand Colouring (Special Techniques)
    • Panel Colouring (Special Techniques)
  • How do I choose a colour to suit me?
  • Changing Your Hair Colour
  • Caring for Coloured Hair
  • Patch Testing For Allergies
  • Carcinogens
  • Straightening your hair Permanently
  • Perming

Everything you ever needed to know about Hair Loss:

( Main Subsection menu Category 2)

Category 3 information pages in this section:

  • What is Hair loss?
  • Inherited Male "Pattern" baldness
  • Female genetic thinning
  • Diet, low iron and woman's hair
  • Lotions and potions
  • Prescription and pharmaceutical cures for baldness
  • Hair replacement:
    • Transplant and single hair micrographs
    • Non-surgical hair replacement
    • Wigs and hairpieces
  • Pregnancy and hair loss
  • Menopause and hair loss
  • All other causes of hair loss
  • Prescription medication and hair loss
  • Alopecia defined
  • Laser treatment for hair loss

Shampooing, Conditioning and Treating Your Hair

(Main Subsection menu Category 2)

Category 3 information pages in this section:

  • Getting the best results out of shampooing your hair.
  • How to condition your hair.
  • What is a "treatment" and when should I use one?
  • Are professional products really "better" than the grocery store brands?
  • Are in-salon treatments better than those I can do at home?
  • pH: What's all the fuss about?
  • Product buildup

All about Blow-Drying and Styling Your Hair

(Main Subsection menu Category2)

Category 3 information pages in this section:

  • Which brush should I use?
  • Tips from the professionals
  • What do 'thermal protectors' do?
  • How do I make it look as great as it did when I left the salon?
  • Styling with rollers
  • Styling with tongs
  • Styling with flat irons or crimpers
  • "Scrunch drying" for curls
  • Blow-drying your hair straight
  • Pony tails
  • Platting your hair
  • Hair up-styles
  • Getting married?
  • Gel, Mousse, Pomade, Wax, Hairspray or oil? Which styling product should I use?

Finding the Cut To Suit You

(Main Subsection menu Category2)

Category 3 information pages in this section:

  • Haircuts to suit your face shape.
  • What's in: The latest looks for men.
  • What's in: The latest looks for women.
  • Men's looks picture gallery:
    • Short
    • Medium
    • Long
  • Women's looks picture gallery:
    • Short
    • Medium
    • Long
  • Celebrity looks.

Getting the Most from Your Next Salon Visit

: Main Subsection menu Category2)

Category 3 information pages in this section:

  • Free consultations
  • Avoiding neck ache in the salon.
  • Making sure that your hairdresser understands what you want.
  • How much does it cost?
  • Help! It's "not what I wanted" or it's "never the same the next time"!
  • The difference between "foils" and "cap highlights".
  • Timing your next salon visit.
  • "Salon phobia" and how to handle it.
  • Salons near you.

Medical Conditions of the Hair and Scalp: The Facts and the Cures

(Main Subsection menu Category 2)

Category 3 information pages in this section:

  • Dandruff
  • Dry flaky scalp
  • Itchy scalp
  • Greasy scalp
  • Scalp breakouts
  • Psoriasis Eczema/Dermatitis
  • Cradle cap
  • Cysts
  • Ringworm
  • Moles
  • Head lice or nits

The Alternative Hair Doctor or Trichologist

(Main Subsection menu Category 2)

Category 3 information page in this section:

  • What is trichology and who's it for?

Hair Doctor

(Main Subsection menu Category 2)

Just like an Agony Aunt we have our very own resident specialists. So if you can't find the answers in our site this is where you can get that personal touch by asking the Hair Doctor.

Professional Members Section (M)

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A specially dedicated section for the hairdressers and trichologists where they can find links to useful sites and other industry news.

Personal Diagnosis (D) andProducts (P)

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Both of these sections enable you to find out the information you need to make the right choices when you purchase any professional haircare product. Our unique Diagnosis area lets you enter specific details about your hair and then gives you some product suggestions to suit you. The Product section of the site contains in-depth information related directly to hair products.

Gifts and Accessories (G)

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This area is currently under development but the plan is to offer you the chance to purchase vouchers for services in the best salons to give as gifts to those special people in your life who could use a little pampering. As well as offering gift packs we will be offering an array of all those other little items that go towards creating the look that you want.

If you can't find what you are after or think we are missing something that you would like to advertise or have showcased: send all mail to:

marketing@VirtualHairCare.com

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