It may be hard to believe, but there are a right and a wrong way to shampoo your hair. Doing it correctly can leave it feeling and looking healthy and shiny. Here’s what you should know:
Do you know how the products and styling techniques you use can damage your hair? Maintaining healthy hair requires that you first learn to recognize the signs of damage so that you can make adjustments to your hair care routine.
There are many things that can damage the health of your hair. Over-styling with heated tools, using low-quality products in your hair, or DIY coloring your hair can lead to damaged hair. Spring is a great season for rescuing damaged hair and stepping out with healthy shiny locks.
Everyone wants healthy, beautiful hair! Maintaining healthy hair requires that you first learn to recognize the signs of damage so that you can make adjustments to your hair care routine.
Everyone knows that winter is hard on hair! If your heat damaged hair is looking for some R&R, start with your salon. For your next appointment, add a deep conditioning treatment to your regular cut and color service. It’s the best way to replenish moisture and rebuild the strength of your hair. For regular home maintenance, follow these tips:
September 2015 by Hier and Haines
Summer may be nearly over but the effects of exposure to sun, salt water, and chlorine chemical residues linger in our tresses. Who wants to start the new fall season with hair so dehydrated it looks and feels nearly fried. It's time to give your hair a revival that restores moisture for a healthy shine.