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    BEST FOR BRUNETTES

    Jose Quijano at Neville’s Salon Quijano is known for his natural, golden-brown hues and rich low lights. You’ll leave with shining hair that even friends will believe is down to very lucky genes. nevillehairandbeauty.net

    BEST FOR BLONDES

    Adam Reed at Percy and Reed With Diane Kruger and Agyness Deyn on his client list, this man does everything on the color scale, from platinum to Californian beach babe. percyandreed.com

    BEST FOR REDHEADS

    Sibi Bolan at Daniel Hersheson Red is the hardest hue to achieve with real staying power, but Bolan’s nimble hands and clever color-mixing will keep you channeling Rita Hayworth in Gilda for months. danielhersheson.com

    BEST FOR PREGNANT WOMEN

    Louise Galvin at Daniel Galvin Galvin uses vegetable-based products that are free of

    nasties, yet won’t compromise your shade, meaning lustrous tones that look reassuringly expensive. danielgalvin.com

    BEST OF THE BEST

    Josh Wood at Josh Wood A-list celebrities and royalty visit Wood, and for good reason. He

    uses a multi-faceted technique that ensures every client’s color is unique. joshwoodcolour.com

    BEST FOR A BLOW-DRY

    Matthew Soobroy at Charles Worthington Soobroy excels at red carpet-worthy blow-dries. A pre-party root and ego boost. charlesworthington.com

    BEST FOR A GLOSSY FINISH

    Ben Cooke at Lockonego For results to rival a hair commercial, Cooke is the master at taming unruly frizz, leaving you with ultra-shiny locks. lockonego.com

    BEST FOR A CUT

    George Northwood at Josh Wood London’s king of effortlessly gorgeous hair. Alexa Chung and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley benefit from his superb scissor technique. joshwoodcolour.com/ateliers

    BEST FOR AN INVISIBLE TRIM

    Andreas Wild at John Frieda The go-to stylist for those avoiding a cut, Wild treats lengths with respect while keeping you groomed. johnfrieda.co.uk

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