A round brush is primarily used for styling and can be very effective. With so many choices on the market, it can be difficult to choose the correct one for your hair. With a round brush, you can straighten while maintaining body, create soft waves, and maximize volume.
No matter what color service you’ve had performed, we recommend waiting 48 hours before washing your hair.
If you have had a service done with bleach, your hair is very fragile due to the high pH level of your hair during the bleach application (making it weak). Waiting 48 hours gives your hair time to return naturally to its original pH and allows any conditioning treatments done in the salon time to heal and repair your hair as well. With bleached hair we always recommend leave-in conditioning sprays to strengthen hair and color safe shampoos and conditioners to keep your hair healthy and color beautiful. Your stylist should be recommending additional products if your hair is in need of repair or moisture.
Hydrolyzed Silk Protein, also known as Silk Amino Acids or Sericin, is derived from one of the strongest natural fibers in the world. These jelly like proteins bind the tiny fibers in silk forming a crystalline protective barrier on the silk strands or in this case your hair strands. Silk protein is used to help prevent dehydration of the skin and hair by binding moisture, it help strengthen hair, improve hair’s elasticity, increases volume and shine, improves manageability and provides control to the hair.
If your hair is naturally red it is gorgeous. But sometimes we want to enhance or add to the reds in our hair so we might decide to add highlights. In some cases they seem to disappear literally from our hair over the course of a few weeks to months leaving us back where we started. This is not your stylist’s fault. The phaeomelanin (yellow/orange pigment) in your hair is shattered when you decolorize with bleach. Because of the amount of phaeomelanin in some redheads, these pigments actually come back together and the hair turns dark again. Lucky you; no retouches and your hair always looks great.
Chances are that you will experience dry hair sometime in your life, or have dry hair on a daily basis. The type of hair you have, your life style, how you style your hair, and your overall health can play a part of dry hair. When your hair is damaged, the scales on the cuticle separate and are no longer able to protect the inner layers. Oil and moisture escapes and cause dry hair that looks dull and can easily break.
This winter it’s time to take it down a few notches and soften up your blonde locks with rose gold, apricot, and honey. Add a little warmth to your light hair and give it plenty of dimension with a couple different shades together. You will love it!
* Word of mouth – ask friends, family, co-workers, acquaintances or even strangers.
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* Social Media – Facebook, Twitter, and Google have changed the way we live in so many ways. People like to talk about their hair and show off their stylist’s work.