Your Hair Is Your Crown, Treat It Like One!

Did you know that on average a person can spend about 15 up to 90 minutes daily fixing their hair? It can be a quick 15-minute messy bun or a 90-minute glamorous hairdo, which one are you? Our hair has been and always will be our crowning glory, however with so many hairstyles we do with our hair, tendencies are that we put our lushes locks through stress with heat, pulling, and chemicals that just damage our hair. 

Hair treatments can be a great way to improve the appearance and health of your hair. From deep conditioning treatments that nourish and moisturize the hair to protein treatments that help repair the damage, there are many different types of hair treatments available to suit a variety of needs;

  • Deep Conditioning is one of the most popular types of hair treatments, they are designed to nourish and moisturize the hair, helping to improve its overall appearance and make it more manageable. They are often used on dry or damaged hair, as the added moisture can help to repair and protect the hair shaft. These treatments can be done at home using a store-bought conditioner or at a salon with the help of a hair care professional.
  • Protein Treatments are another option for those looking to improve the health of their hair. These treatments are designed to strengthen and repair damaged hair by adding protein to the hair shaft. Protein treatments can be especially useful for those with damaged or over-processed hair, as the added protein can help to repair and protect the hair. They can be done at home or a salon and can be used on all hair types.
  • Detox Hair Treatments remove buildup on the hair shafts caused by too much product usage or chemicals like styling products. Unlike your normal shampoo, detox is deep cleaning and clarifying the hair shaft which helps improve the health of the hair and scalp and can stimulate hair growth. This can be done at a salon or in the convenience of your home.
  • Hair Blowouts are a type of hairstyling and treatment in one, usually done at a salon in which the hair is cleansed with salon shampoos that have been formulated and infused with multiple hair treatments, conditioned with leave-in conditioners to help maintain soft and silky locks before your stylist starts blow drying with techniques specific to your desired hairstyle. An important part of a blowout is that hair-protecting products are used before and after your blowout.
  • Scalp Treatments are for dry, itchy, or oily scalps. It helps correct scalp oil production and improve hair growth. Remember a healthy scalp equals healthy hair, scalp treatments are ideal for everyone and can be done at a salon, spa, or home as scalp serums and masks are also skincare for hair.

There are many other hair treatments available as well, and the best one for you will depend on your specific needs and concerns. Consult with a hair stylist or hair care professional to determine the best course of action for your crown of beauty, look up the best-reviewed salons or spas near you and book an appointment today!

Francis O'Palick 20/02/2023

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