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|Posted on June 28, 2014 at 11:29 AM|
Mistreating your hair is not saving money. I'm all for saving money, however, I'm at a lost when new clients arrive at my salon after abusing their hair at home and think they are saving themselves money.
For example home weaves.
If you can weave your own hair and it looks amazing, then I say," you go girl with your bad self".
Don't leave a weave no matter what application method you have used, in for more than six weeks without washing and treating your hair underneath. When removing bonding, please DON'T rip the bonded wefts out, using the correct removal solutions and shampoos is a must. The worst crime is just gluing new hair on top of old glue,this leads to a huge build-up of glue grime and bacteria.
The hair and scalp can become badly damaged as a result of unskilled maintenance, poor hygiene and improper practices. Ripping glued wefts out could lead to permeate hair lost and scalp damage. Always seek professional advice.
We at Elementz Hair Care will be happy advise you in a brief phone call, or info from our blogs.
Last but not least if your hair is dry, don't weigh it down with oil. Nourish the hair and scalp with a cleansing shampoo, followed by an intensive moisturising conditioner and always use a leave-in conditioner and a hair dress.
I highly recommend the following:
OSMO Intensive Deep Repair Mask Conditioner .
Wella Enrich Moisturising Conditioner, available at
Hairways in Basildon or Southend Essex.
Organic roots intensive moisture
Creme of Nature Leave -in conditioner, from most high street hair suppliers.
Advice is free, give us a call for an appointment.
Categories: hair advice