Always keep your hair and scalp healthy. You will look and feel better.
Thick Hair: Cut and texturizing, regular or moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. After styling, use Moroccanoil for condition shine and movement.
Fine Hair: Thickening or body shampoo and conditioner. Root lifter for styling. Light hairspray for movement. Medium to Firm hold hairspray for added control.
Color Treated or Foiled Hair: To restore moisture, we recommend Hydrating or Color shampoo and conditioner and a leave-in conditioner. After drying, apply silicone free oil for conditioning and for shine. It will not make your hair flat.
Permed or Chemically Straightened Hair: Use gentle cleansing shampoo and conditioner. Some chemically treated hair will need a sulfate and sodium chloride (salt) free shampoo and conditioner.
Curly Hair: To keep hair curly, use a shampoo and conditioner for curly/wavy hair. To dry, use curl enhancing lotion and blow dry with a diffuser. Use a wax or paste to define curl. If you prefer to wear it straight, use a regular or anti-curl shampoo and conditioner and anti-curl lotion. Blow dry with a large round brush and flat iron. Then apply an alcohol-free spray shine.
Straight/ Flat Hair: Regular or volumizing shampoo and conditioner. Use a mousse or light gel. Blow dry for fullness. Optional: Big barrel curl iron or large Velcro rollers.
Extremely Dry Hair: Consider a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner. Once a week, treat with a hydrating mask for 10 minutes.
Oily Hair: Shampoo daily with shampoo and conditioner for oily hair and scalp. Shampoo once a week with clarifying shampoo. Rinse with cold water to seal cuticle. Use extra body mousse to style.
Flat/Limp Hair: Body or thickening shampoo and conditioner. Use root lifter or extra body volumizing mousse.
Cuts: Every 4 to 5 weeks for short hair. Every 4 to 6 weeks for long hair. 5 to 7 weeks if you are growing it out.
Sensitive Scalp: Consult your stylist for the best remedy. Sensitivity could be the result of medications, allergies or harsh products.
Hairloss: Could be the result of the lack of vitamins, stress, surgery, medications or after giving birth. Some shampoo and conditioner may promote regrowth (consult your doctor).
Switching Shampoo/ Conditioner: You don't always see a difference, but you will look and feel better.
Pulling Gray Hair Out: By doing so can cause your scalp to become infected and scarred.
Avoid Coloring Your Hair at Home: Results can be the wrong color, dry looking and expensive to fix. Try to find a reasonable and fairly inexpensive salon (if you are on a budget).
Trying a New Hairdresser: Consultation is a must before any service is done. Things that need to be considered - shape of face, type of job, active lifestyle and time to maintain it, are all taken into consideration.
Extra Long Hair: Even with long hair you can have a style, just don't keep it flat and one length. If you're thinking of cutting it short please consider donating it to "Locks for Love".
Periodically: Clean brushes and combs with clean soapy water. Clean blow dryer vent to avoid build up of dust for healthy hair and a longer life of your dryer.
Many Hours in the Sun: Spray hair with a leave-in conditioner (UV protective) before exposure and enjoy the rays.
Salt Water/Chlorine: Wet hair before going in, try to rinse right after if possible. Then use clarifying shampoo and hydrating conditioner.
Remember the best hair is healthy, shiny looking hair.
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