If you are
having problems finding particular information on ukhairdressers.com
then you can search the site by using keywords.
E.g. You want
to find information about problems concerning frizzy hair.
the word Frizzy or Frizzy hair into
the search box and click on the Go button.
will be displayed in 2 categories
pages that contain the word(s) you are looking for
2 The articles containing the word(s) from our advice pages
Below these results is a
box where you can search the entire web for your keywords.
When you enter the keywords into this box and click on the Go
button a list of search engines will appear.
When you click on each search engine a new window will appear
with the results. If these are unsatisfactory then close this
window and click on the next search engine. Repeat as necessary.
the top bar to search
Enter you keywords of phrase into the text box and then choose
where you would like to search, SALONS, BARBERS,
SITE or STORE by clicking on the word
Clicking on SALONS will return a list of all the salons
listed on our database that contains the word(s) you have entered
in the textbox.
Clicking on SITE will return all the pages in this website
that contain the word(s) you have entered in the textbox.
Clicking STORE will return all the products that match
the word(s) entered in the textbox.
Using the ENTER or RETURN key to submit this form
will by default search the Online Store
If you can
help or answer any of the queries on this page then click on the
relative question to answer it
If you have you own query which you wish to be answered then
your own images
In a few sections of the interactive pages on ukhairdressers it
is possible to use your own image.This image will be stored on our
server for no longer than 24 hours
If you are having problems uploading a picture then you can contact
us by clicking
here and attach your picture so we can try to sort out your
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you are able to find the image on your PC first and already know
its location on your hard drive
- Make sure
by viewing the image first that it is not corrupt
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