Terms and Conditions

Our Hair Salon terms and conditions provide relevant information regarding some of the risks involved with some of the hair & beauty procedures available at Definition Hair Design.

An appropriate pre-treatment skin test, prior to each procedure, is recommended for health reasons as well as for client comfort and safety. It is the responsibility of the client to plan and receive a complimentary pre-treatment skin test at Definition Hair Design, 3D Harrogate Road, Rawdon, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS19 6HW and within the recommended period stated below

  1. It is the responsibility of the client to plan and receive a complimentary pre-treatment skin test, within Definition Hair Design, at least 48 hours ahead of any hair treatment procedure that may cause an adverse reaction (such as hair tinting and bleaching). It is also the clients’ responsibility to retain evidence of The Test i.e., date, time, products used and area tested, as provided by our staff.
  2. It is the responsibility of the client to plan and receive a complimentary pre-treatment skin test, within Definition Hair Design, no longer than 7 days ahead of any beauty procedure that may cause an adverse reaction (such as hair tinting and bleaching). It is also the clients’ responsibility to retain evidence of The Test i.e., date, time, products used and area tested, as provided by our staff.
  3. A pre-treatment skin test is a precautionary measure intended to reduce, although not deemed to remove, the risk of an adverse reaction both during &/or following a skin test or more intense exposure
  4. It is possible that a pre-treatment skin test may induce sensitisation to a substance and/or procedure on any occasion
  5. When a client attends an appointment to receive either an appropriate pre-treatment skin test or complete beauty procedure, the client is deemed to accept the risk of any adverse reaction
  6. When a complimentary pre-treatment skin test is not planned and received at this salon within the recommended period (refer to 1+2), for whatever reason, the  stylist can refuse to carry out any further hair treatments and re-schedule the appointment. It should be noted that a skin test, conducted by a professional, is recommended and more likely to be accurate
  7. When a client books and then proceeds to receive any hair treatment that may or may not require a pre-treatment skin test, the stylist shall deem the client as having accepted that there are risks involved. These might be, but are not limited to, the adverse reactions listed in 8
  8. The risk that an individual, with PPD hypersensitivity (known or unknown), takes when receiving a hair dye sensitivity skin test and/or more intense exposure is the consequential reaction such as, but not limited to, the appearance of weal, erythema, itching, redness, eczema, pain, swelling and/or burns
  9. If you the client is taking any prescribed medication when booking or attending your appointment then it is the clients responsibility to inform the salon.
  10. If you have had any previous reactions to Henna Tattoos or Hair Dyes you MUST inform the salon.