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Many of us are making shampoo mistakes that could be causing problems like itchy scalp or even hair loss. So if you enjoy having hair and would like to keep yours, we suggest you read the rest of our Hairbond tips of advice.

Do you shampoo your entire head, including the ends of your hair? Are you giving it a warm rinse before jumping out of the shower? And do you give yourself a good scrub, making sure to scratch  your scalp? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’re doing it wrong. Here are the reasons why and a few other grooming mistakes that you could be making during your morning shower routine.


Do you soap your dry body and then rinse off? Warm water loosens excess oil and helps open your pores, allowing for a deeper penetration from your shampoo. Fully dunk your head prior to shampoo so your cuticles are open and ready for a good cleaning.


Do you know how much bacteria is under the human nail? It’s a cesspool of disgust, a harbinger of death, and a plague on both your houses, you can’t kill every germ living under under your nails.

Be aware of how aggressively you’re going at your scalp when giving it good scrub. If you’re constantly washing with your man claws, you could be irritating and infecting your scalp with those under-the-nail germs. The scraping, yanking, and tearing could also cause hair loss. If you need a good massage to feel clean, use your fingertips and not the nails.


Shampoo shouldn’t sit in a blob on one area of your hair. You’re wasting more shampoo than necessary when you don’t spread it evenly through your strands. Drop a small amount on your palm first and then lather. This guarantees even coverage and less money spent on product.


You may be saving water with a quick shower, but we sincerely hope that you’re taking enough time to thoroughly rinse. If you aren’t spending a moment under the faucet, you could be leaving a lot of buildup. Over time, that residue can cause dandruff- the itchy, scaly, flaky grossness that leaves gunk under your nails when you scratch it. And men are at higher risk of developing dandruff Take enough time to rinse your roots and use a paraben and sulfate free shampoo to reduce the cranial crud.


Your scalp is meant to have some natural oils. Stripping those will dry out your scalp. That’s why we created products that keep you from sudsing up on off days. If you’re feeling foul, only wash it a few times a week. And try to substitute for a conditioner wash when you can.

Plenty of companies will tell you to use their shampoos daily. If their formulas contain sulfates, you’re asking for buildup or even hair loss. You can train your hair just like you would a muscle. At first it may feel pretty weird skipping out on shampoo everyday. But your hair will look and feel healthier once the natural oil starts to rebuild and replenish your scalp.


If you’ve been keeping up with the blog, you’re familiar with the damage of rinsing in hot water. Your hair cuticles don’t seal properly after conditioning and you’re left with hair that is more susceptible to breakage and hair loss. Rinse your conditioner out with cold water, snapping your cuticles shut and sealing in all of that clean, fresh moisture.


Yes, it’s important to moisturize your scalp. But that doesn’t mean neglecting the ends of your hair where a lot of breakage can happen. Start with the ends and condition your way up so your tips have more time to soak up the moisture they need.



  • Thoroughly wet your hair.
  • Lather a quarter size amount of shampoo in your palms and then work into your roots. You don’t need to shampoo the tips of your hair.
  • Rinse out all of the shampoo.
  • Apply conditioner, concentrating on the ends.
  • Rinse with cold water




Preston North End call for Hairbond

Paul Gallagher ft Hairbond Moulder at PNE training centre

Paul Gallagher ft Hairbond Moulder at Preston North End training centre

Pictured: Championship side Preston North End (PNE) senior midfielder Paul Gallagher welcoming the Hairbond United Kingdom team again for some TLC at training this week.

Knowing the brand was popular among the best of international footballers, the PNE team and manager Alex Neil had no issues opening up the gates again for the local hair styling brand.

As a local company and international success which was established nearly ten years ago less than 25 miles away in Lancaster, Team Hairbond have been invited down over the years on numerous occasions to share their exciting products as well as give the players individual styling consultations.

Louis Moult, below is a prolific Preston North End goal scorer to come from the Stoke City academy now playing as Preston’s number 9 striker. Louis went for the Hairbond Moulder, keeping a natural matte finish with this strong holding fresh hair wax.

Louis Moult ft Hairbond Mattifier at PNE training centre

Louis Moult ft Hairbond Mattifier at PNE training centre

The players all have their own favourite Hairbond products and for some players who have more recently arrived at the club, Hairbond is a totally new brand to them.

The range of different fragrances, textures, hold strengths and their combinations make picking a clear Hairbond favourite straight away very difficult for the players whilst Hairbond educators can tell somebody what will work best by looking at the hair type in question.

Welsh international Billy Bodin below plays both as a forward or as an attacking midfielder. Billy likes more of a slick but still with a strong final finish so opted for the Hairbond Gripper Pomade.

Billy Bodin ft Hairbond Gripper at PNE training centre

Billy Bodin ft Hairbond Gripper at PNE training centre

Sean Maguire pictured below also scores goals as striker for Preston and the Republic of Ireland. Sean wanted more of a natural matte finish, something which holds but doesn’t want a shiny finish. We suggested the Hairbond Moulder Professional Hair Shaper for his thick hair type and shorter cropped style.

Sean Maguire ft Hairbond Moulder at PNE gym

Sean Maguire ft Hairbond Moulder at PNE gym

Below together binded with Hairbond products Welsh defender Andrew Hughes and local goal keeper Connor Ripley.

Andrew Hughes ft Hairbond Shaper with Connor Ripley ft Hairbond Mattifier at PNE Cafeteria

Andrew Hughes ft Hairbond Shaper with Connor Ripley ft Hairbond Mattifier at PNE Cafeteria

Until next time North End, always a pleasure!

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Styling the Tommy Shelby Haircut Season 5 with Hairbond

Tommy Shelby Haircut Season 5 – Hair styling with Hairbond

The Tommy Shelby Haircut Season 5

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The leader of the Peaky Blinders, Tommy Shelby has a distinct, proudly harsh haircut; which goes hand in hand with his jarring to the senses behaviour and mannerisms. Since the launch of the fifth series, many more men around the planet have been googling the same thing ” Tommy Shelby haircut season 5 “.

So what is the Tommy Shelby haircut season 5? Well, it’s not an undercut and there is no fade. It is a harsh disconnected haircut, Tommy’s hair is a no guard round the back and sides and the top is made up of two haircuts. The front fringe slightly blending into the front, and the fringe back is cut separately.

How To Style The Tommy Shelby Haircut Season 5

For a legit Tommy Shelby finish we recommend the Hairbond Moulder Professional Hair Shaper. This product will give you the sensation of applying a soft wax but without the greasy feel or look. With a 4/5 hold strength you get lots of control whilst maintaining a true natural matte finish, almost like there’s no product in there at all.




Tommy Shelby Haircut

Now after five seasons of Peaky Blinders, we wanted to look at all of the Peaky Blinders characters hairstyles, which have been taking over our screens recently.

Since this massively successful series launched, men all around the globe have been rushing to their barbers for a peaky inspired hair cut. So lets have a look at the season five hair cuts and how you can style them using non other than the Hairbond United Kingdom products..



The Michael Gray Haircut

Tommy Shelby Haircut

After losing a huge amount of the Peaky Blinders money on the stock exchange, Michael went back to Birmingham only to be denounced by his family, but after spending some time in the states picked up a bit of American style while he was there, this is reflected in his sharp 1920’s, pomade styled haircut.

How Do You Style The Michael Gray Haircut?

As you can see Michael has a pronounced parting down the left hand side of his head. Whilst the hair is slightly damp, or towel dry, we recommend applying a small amount of the Hairbond Gripper Professional Hair Pomade for the right amount of shine and hold for this look. With a fruity fragrance and water soluble formula you will find this easy and pleasant to both apply and wash out.



The Arthur Shelby Haircut

Tommy Shelby Haircut

Arthur now has a shorter crop style to his hair in comparison with the usual longer length on top that we have seen in previous series. Again it’s been cut short around the sides without a guard on the clipper.

How Do You Style The Arthur Shelby Haircut?

As you can now see Arthur has lost a lot of length on top and is wearing it forwards and down, but you can make out textured layers looking closely at this cut. We recommend using the Hairbond Distorter Professional Hair Clay as it is an elite, matte styling product that creates and enhances texture for the cut but with a relaxed supple/ natural finish.




The Oswald Mosley Haircut

Tommy Shelby Haircut

The star of season 5 has arguably been Sam Claflin, with his appearance as Oswald Mosely making him one of the fiercest adversaries to the Peaky clan to date.

Allegedly Sam Claflin’s hair in the series is actually a top piece that was put on him to give his hair height.

It was then blended into his own hair leaving him with a very sharp peak 1920s haircut.

How Do You Style The Oswald Mosley Haircut Season 5?

Again this natural style is a job for the Hairbond Moulder Professional Hair Shaper. Whilst this product is invaluable for thickening the hair’s appearance you will not need an added top piece to style like Owsald Mosley. The Moulder will give it lift and volume whilst keeping to that natural and mature style.




Hairbond Wholesale

Premium International Hair Product Distribution for Hairbond United Kingdom

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British hair styling brand Hairbond, manufacture and wholesale a professional range of high quality, luxury hair care products and you’ve decided you would like to join the #HairbondTribe and resell our elite hair products in your shop.. Welcome to Hairbond wholesale.

Made for and by industry professionals, the brand wholesales out to the best hair salons and barber shops around the world.

If you have decided you would like to stock Hairbond then use the “Contact” section of our website and fill in the contact form or if applicable go direct to our global sales agents representing Hairbond in your country:



If you’re in England, Ireland, Scotland or Wales you are going to need to speak with the UK operations team. UK Sales Agent Stefan can be contacted directly on +44 7955656152



If you run a shop in the Netherlands, Daniel is our Dutch Sales Agent and will look after your account. +31653160901



If you’re a shop manager in Iceland, contact our Hairbond Wholesale Sales Agent Ellert on +354 869 9903



Czech Repulic salons and barber shops contact our Sales Agent Mark via email: [email protected]



South Africa salons and barber shops contact our Sales Agent Mark on +2782 457 4356


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