Time to Ramp up Your Look for Fall

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When you go outside, you can feel the cahnge in the air.  Fall is here and summer is already a distant memory.  Sigh....I love summer and everything that goes with it.  So this time of year, I find it really refreshing to change my look a bit.  Or a lot.  Depending on my mood.  When my tan fades, as it always does, I notice my hair color is usually faded too.  This time of year it's always nice to add a bit of warmth to your hair color.  Reds, golds and warm browns can add a nice touch to most skin tones.  Try some highlights or low lights if you're not sure.  I'm sure you'll be back for more.  A glaze can also be a good idea since it's semi permanant and will fade back to your original color if you decide it's not for you.  As Winter slowly creeps up on us, keep your look fresh and exciting because we all know once those Winter blues set in it gets much harder to muster up the energy to venture out to get our hair done.  Besides, with a new look, those Winter blues might have a harder time taking hold!  Keep an eye out on our Facebook page and Instagram for all our specials.  And make sure we have your cell phone number and email address for faster alerts for coming specials.  See you soon for your Fresh Fall Look!!

Doris

Bad Hair Habits

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     Everyone has some bad habits in their hair care.  Some habits are more harmful than others.  For instance, do you put your hair up when you go to sleep at night?  Really bad idea.  It causes undo strain on the hair all around your hairline and on the crown where hair is weakest.  Notice those short hairs around your hairline that never seem to grow?  That's from all those night-time ponytails. 
      Another reason your hair may seem to never grow past a certain length is, believe it or not, not getting enough haircuts.  When you go too long between trims, the ends of hair tend to fray and break off.  Think about it.  If you color your hair, you always grow roots right?  That means your hair is growing.  So that can only mean something is going on with the ends.  Fraying, splitting, breaking.  It's best to have a trim on your ends at least every 8 weeks. 
     Now for heat styling.  If you blowdry, flat iron, curl your hair or all of the above, you should be protecting your hair.  Try Sexy Hair 450 Degree Blow Out or Moroccan Oil Heat Protectant.  Deep Condition once a week, too.
     For those of us that color our hair, using the right shampoo is key.  The worst thing to do with your fresh, beautiful color is use low quality shampoo.  I compare it to this.  If you went to Bloomingdales and dropped a lot of money on a dress, and the tag said Dry-Clean Only, you wouldn't throw it in the washer to save a few dollars, right? No, because you'd ruin the dress.  Same goes for your hair.  You invest a lot of money in your haircolor, so take care of it like you would that dress.  Don't wash it down the drain with the Pantene.
Spend some extra money on a High Quality shampoo for color-treated hair and your haircolor will have a much longer life.  Not all for color-treated hair shampoos are created equal.  Sulfate-free is a MUST.  I love all Moroccan Oil shampoos for this reason.  Also, Biolage Cleansing Condioners.  Wash your hair as little as possible and with a great shampoo.  You'll thank me for it, trust me.

Doris