By Hayley Richardson For Mailonline. With salons across England not set to open until at least April 12 , Britons are having to embrace their lockdown locks whether they like it or not. While many of us will feel in dire need of a trim, those with coloured or highlighted hair are likely to be fretting over dark roots or the emergence of pesky greys. If you daren't risk a home dye job, London-based celebrity hair stylist Tom Smith, who has tended to the locks of Louise Redknapp and Geri Horner, has shared his top tips for concealing regrowth. Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has embraced braids in lockdown - pictured earlier this month showing off a side plait. One of Tom's recommendations is to experiment with plaiting your hair; he suggests five different styles to play with it, depending on how you wish to cater to or blend in your roots.
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By Jenni Murray for the Daily Mail. The first thing I did when I heard the details of Boris' road map was to email my hairdresser. I'm not ashamed to admit that I'm desperate to get one of those coveted first appointments on April I feel I've aged dreadfully during this last lockdown as the grey has forced its way through. I did try one of those sprays that puts a bit of dark brown where, frankly, the white, not just grey, has begun to spread across my crown, but it's not very successful and washes out during every shower. No, I want a cut and a proper colour.
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Sinead Quinn, the owner of Quinn Blakey Hairdressing, in Oakenshaw, Bradford, has not paid the fixed penalty notices she was issued with last year for repeatedly breaching lockdown rules. Kirklees Council has now been granted an injunction forbidding Ms Quinn from opening her salon during the current lockdown. The letter said a further hearing on February 8 will reconsider the application and whether the order should continue. Ms Quinn spoke to two police officers through the door before letting them inside and closing the shutters.