Curl friendly hairdressers in Scotland

I have amazing news, I've found a brilliant curly hairdresser in Glasgow! Elaine at Alan Edwards salon in Merchany City - she's seriously curly herself she's one of the salon owners and has won Scottish Hairdresser of the Year. I went today after a year of hairdresser avoidance and for the first time in my life left a salon delighted with my hair. I wanted to cry I was so happy when I saw it, it was so dry and straggly before and she has made it gorgeous. I've never been to the same hairdresser twice because they've never known what to do with my hair, but I've finally found a hairdresser I can trust. Recommend Elaine 100%.
This is the website - Alan Edwards Salon
You can see in the photos of the art team how curly Elaine's hair is!
I know my review might seem over the top but I'm honestly so happy someone has fixed my hair!
I found this thread when I did a search for "curly haircut glasgow," so I'm bumping it up for others like myself.

Also, wanted to second the recommendations for James Dun on Hanover Street. Got a haircut there last night and my hair is fantastic. I love it. He knows how to make curly hair modern and flattering and will pay attention to your actual kind of curls. Plus it's all luxurious at the salon--I got a free manicure while I waited!

I've heard good things about Elaine from Alan Edwards, but I went to the Giffnock branch of Alan Edwards and got a terrible haircut from someone who was supposedly a "curl specialist." So if you go to Alan Edwards, stick to Elaine.

But really, go to James Dun. I think you're in good hands with any stylist, and I would definitely recommend Colin.
I am a curly in Glasgow and jumped around quite a bit before finding a place I liked. The Alan Edwards Salon in Glasgow City Centre was listed on Yelp as a good salon for curlies. The hair stylist I use there was great when I had longer curly hair but I'm not that happy with the short curly bob she gave me recently.

This could also not be her fault, but maybe just my hair acting up. Either way I'm thinking about trying James Dun's House based on a recommendation from a friend as well as a post in this thread. I heard it's pricey so might have to wait until I REALLY need a hair cut!!

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