3 Delhi Hairstylists To Go To For Cuts, Colour & Tress Treatment

Not all hair salons were created equal {obviously}, and you wouldn’t trust your mane with just anyone, right? A handful of the hairstylists in the city, however, can solve even the worst of your hair-styling challenges, like straggly ends, visible roots and troublesome fringes.

So The Style Stamp {TSS} decided to take a poll, and here’s what they found: The best hairstylists to save you from all your future bad hair days.

Martina at Martina Wu, Shivalik

When you are at Martina’s, your tresses are in capable hands. Whether you’re looking for a trim or a full-fledged haircut, she will turn your hair from dull to dayyum in no time! Head on over, especially if you are looking to change your hair colour–even if it’s from a dirty blond to a platinum pink; she can handle even the most extreme dye jobs with ease.

She recommends: The Bed Head Foxy Curls Contour Cream by Tigi for those untameable curly tresses


Sandeep Rana at Hair Masters, Punjabi Bagh

If all you men out there think that grooming is just another errand, then you’ve never experienced a cut from Sandeep. An all-rounder of sorts, he is known for his trendy styling, hot shaves and colour treatments.

He recommends: Men should always pat their hair completely dry after a shower. Remember to shake off the extra moisture and run the towel along the direction of your hair growth.

Pawan at The Powder Room, Lodhi Road

From perfectly-layered, easy-to-wear haircuts, to hairstyles fit to go on your Instagram account–Pawan can do pretty much everything. He’s especially a favourite with brides-to-be, and we recommend that you book well in advance if you’re paying him a visit during the wedding season, because his hands are always full.

He recommends: Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream for the coming summer months. It comes highly recommended for curly, frizzy hair as it helps seal split ends. It can magically tame dryness and frizz, and even a little bit applied before blow-drying can make an enormous difference.

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