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Filtering by Tag: dry hair

the fresh perspective...



We have about 3 more months of the cold before we can look forward to the humidity, sweat, and mosquitoes!  How much more static can you take?!  With the on-and-off of toques and the constant friction of scarves, our hairs are suffering...

Cue the masques, and the treatments!  This time of year we could all benefit from extra conditioning.  Our skin, our hair, our lips, our hair, our bodies, our hair....  A deep treatment/masque might be all you need to cure your hair's thirst.  Weekly masques coupled with a treatment spray/oil can help moisturize your dry ends, and take care of the static.



Don't let the price of a treatment scare you off.  You don't need much, and if you use it properly you'll find that you'll use less of your other products as well.  You'll need less shampoo and conditioner, and probably less styling products.  Healthier hair tends to be easier and shinier and more cooperative.

For this cold season, we're offering masques as an add-on for $5 with any hair service.  And in my humble opinion, this is a great deal because treatments usually start at $15!  We want you to try one so you can see and FEEL the benefits.  Ask your stylist for any suggestions that they can give you for the dryness and static state your hair might be in.  If you come to our shop, remind your stylist that you would like to try the treatment special for this season.  Trust me, you won't regret it.  That's the fresh perspective...

the fresh perspective...


TREATMENTS We're officially on the countdown to the holidays.  Every morning I wake up and anticipate my attire for the day.  I usually end up donning layers, upon layers because I love the way a fall kit goes.  I love the boots, cardigans and toques.  I love the tights and the corduroy.  I love the light film of cold that lingers in the air.

I don't like the dryness though!  Ugh!  My lips, my feet, my hair and hands... It's a trade-off I guess and I just want to prepare you all.

Treatments are the best way to keep your hairs condition during these dryer times.  You can and should definitely be booking them with any service you receive from now till March.  You can also double up and get a take home deep treatment that you can do on your own every two weeks or so.  How many times you do a 'home treatment' is something you should discuss with your stylist.  He/She would know the type of stress your hair may be under and can recommend a good schedule.

In regards to your nails (hands) and feet, you'll need to chat with your esthetician and get a recommendation here as well.  I know for me, I was told to use a scrub on my cuticles and a heavier lotion for the soles of my dry feet.  My feet are dry ALL the time so I use heavy lotion always (just a little FYI).

Regular manicures and pedicures will eliminate a lot of the guess work related to the maintenance of your dry extremities.  Getting these types of services on a regular basis will keep your cuticles under control, your callouses soft and your feet moisturized...

Treatments are just that...a treat meant for something specific.  Don't sell yourself short! While you're running around this month preparing for the impending snow and large family gatherings, think of your body and all it's dry, cracked and frizzy parts... Take good care, that's the fresh perspective...


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