Some of us see the hairs we lose. We notice them on our clothes, in our brushes, on our pillows, or on our bathroom floors. Others aren’t sure what happened. It’s a mystery that leaves us wondering if we’ve used the right products through the years, if we’ve made a mistake with a certain styling routine or color processing, or if we have some sort of medical problem.
A woman’s hair is important to her. It is the frame that brings together all of the elements of her face. Hair has a language all its own. It tells the world whether you’re casual or businesslike, playful or serious. So looking down at her brush, and, for the first time, noticing strands of hair can send a woman into a panic. Immediately, she might wonder, “Am I experiencing hair loss, or merely losing a few strands?”
Hair needs protection! That’s why using my Beautiful Hair Spray Conditioner is so important. Towels, blow dryers, hot irons, and other environmental factors damage hair each and every day. Using my Spray Conditioner after showering not only helps to protect your hair from many damaging factors. It also detangles hair, adds moisture which allows hair to feel more soft and smooth, and reduces frizzy hair.
Here are a few tips to further protect your hair.
- If you must towel dry your hair, make sure to use a microfiber towel.
- If you need to blow dry your hair or use hot styling tools, make sure that you are using them properly. (For tips, click here).
- Understand the 3 T’s of your styling tools: time, temperature and technique.
If you are interested in my Beautiful Hair Spray Conditioner, or any of my other products you are in luck! You have a chance to win a full Beautiful Hair Maintenance Package ($200 value). All you need to do is comment on my blog here, and ask any questions you may have.
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Remember…Beauty Begins Within
– Jeffrey Paul
“I feel great! I feel energetic, younger, lively and I feel like I have a new lease on life! I feel like myself again.” – Judy
At the young age of 53, Judy had already experienced hair loss twice. First when she was diagnosed with small cell lung cancer and had to endure radiation and chemotherapy. That time, she was lucky enough to have her hair grew back. Then Judy had to go through radiation and lost her hair again. Unfortunately, this time it never fully came back, and as someone working in the public eye, she was concerned that people could see her scalp.
Judy came to my salon to see what could be done about her hair loss. Our first step was an extensive consultation that included options for hair and color, a patch test for skin sensitivity and options for personal styling.