Our Keratin treatment is vastly different from conventional straighteners or relaxers which typically break the bonds within your hair’s structure, causing each strand of hair to alter and remain permanently straight. Keratin does not break the bonds, but rather allows for smoother, healthier looking hair that can be styled both wavy or straight. Keratin treatment…Details
There are several things, both biological and self-triggered, that can cause your hair to change its texture. First up on the list, hormones. Hormones are probably the #1 perpetrator for any and all hair woes. The chemical signals in your body directly impact your hair growth. The most obvious hormone change occurs during pregnancy –…Details
With summer here, the sun is hotter and the UV rays are stronger. The changing weather can severely affect your skin. There are steps you can take to have a fresh face for summer and to avoid the damage your skin can get from the sun. Here are some tips to keep your skin healthy…Details
Nowadays, it is exceedingly common to use heat to style your hair by straightening, curling, crimping, etc. This makes hair look great, but it can put you at an increased risk of damage. Signs of heat damage: Increased splitting and breaking of the hair Hair feels dry and dull Loss of natural hair texture Why…Details
Has your hair become noticeably more frizzy lately? It’s likely because of all the humidity we’ve seen. But don’t worry we are here to help! Your hair is intricate because it is made up of three layers and thousands of cells. The reason frizz occurs is because the outer layer of your hair, also known…Details
Have you started to notice your hair thinning out? You’re not alone – many people lose hair because of stress or a medical condition/treatment, and about 80 million people suffer hereditary hair loss. Don’t fret – you can get thick, healthy hair with a diet rich in foods that are great for your hair as…Details
How often should you wash your hair? It’s an age old question that has a different answer for everyone! Your hair gets oily because glands in your skin produce an oily substance called sebum. It’s what moistens your hair to keep it from drying out. Interestingly enough, this is the same reason your face gets…Details
Define your natural curls without the frizz.