As we come out of winter, and think about spring time, everything is new and fresh. Bulbs that you planted in the fall are popping up in bright, colorful flowers. People are thinking about their summer garden. Are you thinking about how to refresh your hair from the cold dry air of winter?
We’re lucky in California that we don’t have those harsh winters like the East Coast that cause your hair to become dry and brittle. But, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be thinking about how to bring shine and moisture back to your hair.
Whether you’re adding moisture through your NaturalTech shampoo and conditioner, and a treatment afterwards, it’s a great time to get your hair ready for Spring. Because, doesn’t everyone want clean, shiny hair?
Here is a trio of tips to get your hair prepared:
While you were putting lotions and potions on your hair to protect it from the cold dry winters of California, it was weighing down your hair and clogs up your scalp. Schedule a deep cleansing hair and scalp treatment with me. I can help you figure what your hair needs most.
A clarifying shampoo helps remove mineral deposits from hard water and chlorine from swimming pool chemicals. This step is particularly helpful for color-treated or chemically-damaged hair. TIP: Use a clarifying shampoo one or two days before you get your hair colored so it has a better chance of depositing well onto your hair
Hydrate & Restore. Now it’s time to replace the missing moisture with a leave-in hair treatment. If you are concerned about a dry scalp, use products with Hyaluronic Acid (a natural lubricant) and Sodium PCA (protein).
You can always schedule an appointment with me to discuss it. Just Book It Here. Now that you’re going to have beautiful hair, where are you going to take yourself?
Meet the beautiful Liz. She has very thick, very curly/frizzy hair that she has had to spend around an hour and a half to get under control by blowing it out with a big brush then flat ironing it. Today she can simply blow it out. She also loves the look when she just lets it dry out of the shower.
For Liz we did a haircut, a partial highlight to blend in the outgrowth and a Keratin Treatment to make her life easier and give her hair more movement and touch-ability…
I have not been around much with the holidays in full swing and me being sick to boot. Just a little beauty for you for today.
Beautiful Stephanie with her dark brown wanted to have a little change without cutting her hair off so we elected to add some caramel ombre. With an ombre, you can have some “blonde” in your hair whether or not it is “your color” so long as it is not against your face.
This is Cheri. She had her hair very dark at one time. Not enjoying dealing with the outgrowth of dark against “chrome”, she’d had a highlight somewhere along the line. When she came to me, she had very dark, yellow and orange streaks starting about four inches from the scalp. Some kind of blond about two inches down and her natural color at the first two inches from the scalp. All of this going on detracted from her beauty!
This was a corrective color and will most likely take another visit to perfect the ends or cut them off. Here are her before and after pictures 🙂