Here at Crop your wellbeing is always our priority.
When you book an appointment at Crop you will automatically be emailed a consultation form.
This will inform you if you need an allergy alert test.
Every new client that is visiting us for a colouring service will require a complimentary allergy alert test. This also applies to clients who have not had a colour appointment with us for over 6 months.
We will require you to visit the salon at least 48 hours prior to your appointment. A team member will apply a small patch of colour behind your ear, please leave it for 48 hours. During this time if you notice any irritations please let us know straight away. We will check the area before your appointment and ask you to sign the consultation form confirming you received an allergy test.
- All new customers to Crop requiring a colour service
- If you have not had a colour with us in over 6 months
- If you had a black henna tattoo
- If you are pregnant
- If you have recently coloured your hair at home
- If you have ever tested positive for Covid 19
- If you have any suspicion you may have a hair colour allergy
Not a problem, we are registered with colour safe. This is an online system where you can register for a colour safe passport on the link below. Once you have registered you will need to buy a colour safe test online and send us your results via your colour safe passport.
Please note colour safe tests cost £15.
Please use the link below and send your results to Crop salons Ltd. Once you have a colour safe passport you can have your hair coloured at any participating salon for up to 6 months.
We offer complimentary allergy alert test’s when you come to the salon.
The colour start tests that can be sent by post and cost £15.
We have a few different ranges in Crop, some more natural than others, please book a consultation before and discuss your options with a stylist.
All our hair colours are ammonia free, paraben free and vegan friendly and we always try our best to seek out the most ethical products available to use that still deliver results.
Whatever direction you take you will still need an allergy alert test.