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  • Dryness | Jason Shankey - Male Grooming, Hairdressing And Tanning In Belfast
    hydrated We recommend drinking at least two litres of water per day and this can be either plain water or infused with a flavour such as tea Make sure you use a facial scrub at least weekly or twice weekly This will remove the dry flaky skin and help encourage the circulation up to the surface of your skin something the cold air reverses Finally use a moisturiser daily This doesn t just put moisture back into your skin it also acts as a protective barrier against the colder climate helping to trap in moisture which otherwise would have been lost Looking after your skin in the colder climate will help you look your best anfd therefore feel your best So don t delay stock up on your winter skincare essentials now I obviously recommend Jason Shankey Expert Exfoliating Face and Scalp Scrub and Skin Soothing Moisture balm both available at www jasonshankey co uk For further details about Jason Shankey Expert see our Expert site at www jasonshankey com expert Author Jason Shankey Posted on October 31 2010 October 31 2010 Categories Jason Shankey Expert Tags air cold dryness environment moisturiser skincare winter Click below to go to main

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  • Expert | Jason Shankey - Male Grooming, Hairdressing And Tanning In Belfast
    feel rough and stubbly This means you are rubbing your hand against the growth When you rub it in a different direction it feels smoother and this means you re rubbing it in the same direction as the growth Remember which direction it grows in each section of your beard For the perfect shave you will shave with the beard growth not against it The shave begins with hot water and of course the shower is a perfect source for this Hot water softens down your beard hairs making them easier to shave so if you re not planning to shave in the shower make sure you splash plenty of hot water onto your face before you begin The next step will require the use of a scrub Use about a teaspoon of scrub and use it to scrub your face particularly in the area you re going to shave This will help remove old and dead skin and create a smooth canvas for shaving Rinse off the scrub with hot water and rub a quality shave cream into the beard Unlike most foams shave creams soften the hair and condition your skin Take a sharp triple blade razor and shave in the same direction as your hair grows Stretch your skin behind the razor to ensure it is taut and shave each area only once Give it a quick check to ensure you didn t miss any bits out When you re done splash your face with cold water and pat dry with a towel Then apply a small amount of moisturising balm to your face Your shave is complete It s a simple regime which is fast effective and painless Related products Jason Shankey Expert Exfoliating Face and Scalp Scrub 15 Smoothing Shave Cream 14 00 and Skin Soothing Moisture Balm 16 Available at jasonshankey com expert Gillette Mach 3 razor and blades available at supermarkets and pharmacies from 6 49 Author Jason Shankey Posted on March 13 2011 March 13 2011 Categories Jason Shankey Expert Tags expert ingrown hairs irritation male moisturiser pain rash razor burn redness shaving skin skincare solve Christmas Well we ve been really busy launching Jason Shankey Expert over the past few months and are looking forward to a few days off over Christmas Expert is now available at Urban Retreat Spa at Harrods London and at House of Fraser Belfast We ve loads more outlets lined up for next year to make it more convenient for you to get hold of it In the meantime you can always get it at www jasonshankey co uk Which only leaves me time to wish you a great Christmas and a very happy New Year Talk soon Jason Author Jason Shankey Posted on December 18 2010 December 18 2010 Categories Jason Shankey Expert Tags Christmas expert jason shankey Dragons Den Well I was persuaded by my cohorts last week to get an investor on board to help us launch out Expert into the UK market

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  • Haircut | Jason Shankey - Male Grooming, Hairdressing And Tanning In Belfast
    10 and you can view our complete price list by clicking HERE Value is key at the moment and all of our stylists have been through my personal training programme to ensure the service we offer you is unrivalled If cost has been a barrier to visiting us in the past then we hope to see you soon for some of our renowned hospitality Sit back with a speciality coffee or a beer relax in the sumtuous surroundings of our salon and leave looking great and feeling completely relaxed And if you thought it was difficult to get parked did you know we have car parking all around the shop See our map below Car parking Ballyhackamore Now that the Father s Day rush is over we look forward to seeing you If you re really lucky someone may even have bought you a Father s Day gift voucher You can book an appointment at one of our salons by choosing the most appropriate link below Book a Ballyhackamore appointment online by clicking this LINK Book a Lisburn Road appointment online by clicking this LINK Book a Fulham appointment online by clicking this LINK Author Jason Shankey Posted on June

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  • Hair Loss | Jason Shankey - Male Grooming, Hairdressing And Tanning In Belfast
    whilst the follicles with three or four hairs are used to thicken up larger areas such as the crown This is why everyone remarks about my first hair transplant It looks so natural because of the skill of the surgeon placing the right follicles in the right positions and at the right angles too My hair follicles being graded into 1 2 or 3 follicular units Dan who is one of the technicians allowed me to take a look through the microscope where he had laid out follicles with 1 2 and 3 hairs side by side It really was fascinating to see and to understand how Dr Krishnan was going to place them in just the right places to get the most effective and natural result My former scar was fixed by transplanting hair grafts into the scar line We had a few breaks throughout the day so everyone could remain energised throughout the procedure and we eventually finished around 7PM In the end Dr Krishnan transplanted 2100 follicles from the back of my scalp into my thinning crown and former scar We had a chat after the procedure where I was advised of some do s and don ts Don t drink alcohol for a week don t take aspirin or any type of blood thinners Don t scrub your hair as normal for at least a week don t get your blood pressure up high through exercise don t bend over to lift something without bending your knees etc I take Dutasteride medication to prevent further hair loss Do rinse your hair by pouring a cup of warm water mixed with a special type of shampoo without scrubbing Do use the special sprays on my scalp every two hours to help it heal Do take the tablets given to me which were 3 days of steroids five days of painkillers and 5 days of antibiotics to prevent infection I was also advised to keep taking my hair loss medication Avodart Dutasteride I ve been taking this for four years and it stops me from losing any more of my non transplanted hair by keeping my hair roots really thick and healthy as was evidenced under the microscope These all made sense of course A hair transplant is a good investment so you will definitely want to give it the best chance of achieving the best results After that I went back to my Hotel in Bromsgrove then went out for some dinner I felt great Sleeping was a bit uncomfortable on the first night but quickly got back to normal It s completely back to normal now on day 5 I would advise you to put a towel on your pillow the first night as there can be a bit of blood left on the pillowcase otherwise Although I d flown into Birmingham for my operation the night before the day following the procedure I had a 340 mile drive from Nuneaton to Cairnryan as I had picked up a car while I was over The drive was enjoyable as it was a relaxing six hour journey with no pressure whatsoever on my scalp and I got to know my new car too I got back to Belfast at 10PM and was feeling ecstatic The feeling you get after a hair transplant is unbelievable There s the massive relief at no longer being bald and the joy and expectation that you ll look younger and fresher in just six months time The reason I say six months time is that the hair follicles undergo some stress during the operation Because they re taken from one area sorted stored in solution then re transplanted to a new location this causes each follicle to temporarily stop growing its hair The follicles then go into a resting stage for around 3 months before growing new hair Your new hair becomes evident around months four and five with definite results by month six The finished result is fully visible by months twelve to eighteen Right now and for the next week or so the hairs are still intact in the follicles so I can see and feel how thick my hair will be once it all grows back This is why it s so exciting for me because the thin area of my scalp is now full of new short hairs It gives me an idea of the what the finished result will be like I m very grateful to Dr Krishnan and his hair transplant team who did an amazing job Dr Krishnan phoned me yesterday morning to see how things were going Believe it or not he was having a break from operating on the partner of a member of my staff at the time The quality of hair transplants are now so good that transplantation is no longer a taboo subject As a hairdresser I remember clients coming into the salon in the eighties with really bad transplants and wondering why they had it done This is no longer the case Ziering Medical are pioneering the latest techniques with the latest tools and creating works of art They re restoring men s and women s confidence by creating natural hairlines and filling in areas of missing hair It s a brilliant investment which if properly cared for will bring you a lifetime of smiles Roll on June PS I m often asked questions about the hair transplant procedure and the most asked question I get is Do they put in fake hair The answer is no It is my own hair and it grows just like normal I liken it to digging up a plant from one part of your garden and planting it in a different area of your garden That s essentially what happens during the procedure The surgeon takes out the hair by the root follicle from an area with lots of hair and re plants it in a thinning area of your scalp The

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  • Hair Transplant | Jason Shankey - Male Grooming, Hairdressing And Tanning In Belfast
    follicles being graded into 1 2 or 3 follicular units Dan who is one of the technicians allowed me to take a look through the microscope where he had laid out follicles with 1 2 and 3 hairs side by side It really was fascinating to see and to understand how Dr Krishnan was going to place them in just the right places to get the most effective and natural result My former scar was fixed by transplanting hair grafts into the scar line We had a few breaks throughout the day so everyone could remain energised throughout the procedure and we eventually finished around 7PM In the end Dr Krishnan transplanted 2100 follicles from the back of my scalp into my thinning crown and former scar We had a chat after the procedure where I was advised of some do s and don ts Don t drink alcohol for a week don t take aspirin or any type of blood thinners Don t scrub your hair as normal for at least a week don t get your blood pressure up high through exercise don t bend over to lift something without bending your knees etc I take Dutasteride medication to prevent further hair loss Do rinse your hair by pouring a cup of warm water mixed with a special type of shampoo without scrubbing Do use the special sprays on my scalp every two hours to help it heal Do take the tablets given to me which were 3 days of steroids five days of painkillers and 5 days of antibiotics to prevent infection I was also advised to keep taking my hair loss medication Avodart Dutasteride I ve been taking this for four years and it stops me from losing any more of my non transplanted hair by keeping my hair roots really thick and healthy as was evidenced under the microscope These all made sense of course A hair transplant is a good investment so you will definitely want to give it the best chance of achieving the best results After that I went back to my Hotel in Bromsgrove then went out for some dinner I felt great Sleeping was a bit uncomfortable on the first night but quickly got back to normal It s completely back to normal now on day 5 I would advise you to put a towel on your pillow the first night as there can be a bit of blood left on the pillowcase otherwise Although I d flown into Birmingham for my operation the night before the day following the procedure I had a 340 mile drive from Nuneaton to Cairnryan as I had picked up a car while I was over The drive was enjoyable as it was a relaxing six hour journey with no pressure whatsoever on my scalp and I got to know my new car too I got back to Belfast at 10PM and was feeling ecstatic The feeling you get after a hair transplant is

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  • My Second Hair Transplant #4 | Jason Shankey - Male Grooming, Hairdressing And Tanning In Belfast
    a few months before producing my new hairs But I ll be sad to see them go as it gives me an indication of how thick my hair will be when it all grows back This photo shows the top of my scalp today Since the transplanted hairs haven t yet fallen out it definitely looks much thicker than my pre transplant photo Scar line 14th March 2016 The FUT scar line from my previous hair transplant was also filled in on the day and as you can see from the photo below the transplanted hairs still haven t fallen out from here either I get a little bit of pain from the scar line sometimes but have been assured that it will soon go It s great to see this scar filled in and once the transplanted hairs grow back I ll be testing out the area to see how short I can take the hair without the scar being noticeable I think I will be able to go for at least a number two blade if not a number one I got straight back to work after the surgery with no down time which was was pretty good Also I haven t experienced any shock loss which is when the process of transplantation could cause some of my existing hairs to fall out due to the procedure I didn t get that last time either so I m confident it won t happen on this occasion either So to date things are looking good The next stage will be when the newly transplanted hairs fall out rest and then grow new hairs That s when the fun starts Author Jason Shankey Posted on March 14 2016 March 14 2016 Categories Jason Shankey Expert Jason Shankey Hairdressing Salon Post

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  • My Second Hair Transplant #3 Surgery Day! | Jason Shankey - Male Grooming, Hairdressing And Tanning In Belfast
    powerful microscopes to examine each follicle to reshape it if necessary and to sort them into 1 s 2 s and 3 s This is where it gets really interesting The follicles in our scalp don t just sprout one hair there can be 1 2 3 or sometimes 4 hairs per follicle This anomaly allows the surgeon to use some artistic license when transplanting your hair A good surgeon will use follicles with one and two hairs to work on finer aspects of your transplant such as your hairline or scar revision whilst the follicles with three or four hairs are used to thicken up larger areas such as the crown This is why everyone remarks about my first hair transplant It looks so natural because of the skill of the surgeon placing the right follicles in the right positions and at the right angles too My hair follicles being graded into 1 2 or 3 follicular units Dan who is one of the technicians allowed me to take a look through the microscope where he had laid out follicles with 1 2 and 3 hairs side by side It really was fascinating to see and to understand how Dr Krishnan was going to place them in just the right places to get the most effective and natural result My former scar was fixed by transplanting hair grafts into the scar line We had a few breaks throughout the day so everyone could remain energised throughout the procedure and we eventually finished around 7PM In the end Dr Krishnan transplanted 2100 follicles from the back of my scalp into my thinning crown and former scar We had a chat after the procedure where I was advised of some do s and don ts Don t drink alcohol for a week don t take aspirin or any type of blood thinners Don t scrub your hair as normal for at least a week don t get your blood pressure up high through exercise don t bend over to lift something without bending your knees etc I take Dutasteride medication to prevent further hair loss Do rinse your hair by pouring a cup of warm water mixed with a special type of shampoo without scrubbing Do use the special sprays on my scalp every two hours to help it heal Do take the tablets given to me which were 3 days of steroids five days of painkillers and 5 days of antibiotics to prevent infection I was also advised to keep taking my hair loss medication Avodart Dutasteride I ve been taking this for four years and it stops me from losing any more of my non transplanted hair by keeping my hair roots really thick and healthy as was evidenced under the microscope These all made sense of course A hair transplant is a good investment so you will definitely want to give it the best chance of achieving the best results After that I went back to my Hotel

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  • My Second Hair Transplant #2 | Jason Shankey - Male Grooming, Hairdressing And Tanning In Belfast
    I cut down my alcohol intake to just one evening per week It s helped me to lose a stone in weight and I m aiming for another stone off by April I think I ll look like a completely different person by the summer I ve also been taking Dutasteride tablets one per day since 2011 These help to thicken your hair and slow down and sometimes reverse the shedding meaning that it s unlikely I will lose much more of my original hair Thankfully I ve never had any side effects from them I was also advised to wear a shirt into the operation on Friday rather than a tee shirt This is so that I don t disrupt the newly implanted follicles in the evening after I get back to my Hotel They all seem to be a friendly team so I m really looking forward to the day It goes by so fast I ll be on a flight home the next day My flight hotel and taxi transfers are all booked All I have to do now is turn up on Friday morning Author Jason Shankey Posted on February 24 2016 February 24 2016 Categories Jason Shankey Expert Post navigation Previous Previous post My second hair transplant 1 Next Next post My second hair transplant 3 Surgery day Tags air back Christmas climate cold crack dragons den dryness environment expert film hair haircut hair loss hair transplant help ingrown hairs intimate investment irritation jason look good male moisturiser pain rash razor burn redness sack shankey shave shaving simple skin skincare solve sore spring sunlight sunshine transplant waxing winter younger youthful Click below to go to main website Go to main website Most recent posts My second hair transplant 4 My second hair transplant 3 Surgery

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