Add Volume to Your Hair the Easy Way! | Avalanche Salon & Spa

Add Volume to Your Hair the Easy Way!

Unless you’re born with naturally thick hair, you may struggle to give your hair the volume you see models and actresses with. Fortunately there are simple steps you can take to add a bit of volume to your everyday do that won’t break your bank. Remove Excess Build-up. Build-up weighs your hair down over time…

How your diet can affect your hair

How Your Diet can Affect Your Hair

Who doesn’t want full, shiny, and healthy hair?  People are always trying the latest supplement or trends for hair growth but the secret to your dream hair starts with your diet.  Your hair needs essential vitamins and nutrients to be healthy, and healthy hair grows faster!  The vitamins and nutrients include: Protein: provides keratin to…

curly hair | avalanche salon and spa

Cutting Your Curls

Curly hair – some embrace it while others straighten it to tame the frizz. If you don’t have curly hair, you likely envy those that do. If you do have curly hair it’s likely that at some point in your life you didn’t want it! Curly hair can be difficult to manage with the right…

Hair Breakage and Split Ends | Avalanche Salon

What Causes Breakage and Split Ends

How can you prevent breakage? Let’s take a look at some of the most common ways hair breakage occurs! Brushing The way you brush your hair and the brush you use is the most common ways to cause stress and breakage to your hair. Choose a wide-toothed comb, start from the ends, moving up as…

Growing out a Pixie Cut | Avalanche Salon and Spa

Tips to Growing Out a Pixie Cut

Changing your hair is so easy – you can cut it off, dye it, curl it, and do so much more. There is, however, one hair style that’s hard to come back from: the pixie cut. The growing out process for a pixie cut is tough, we understand the struggle! Just remember, it will grow…

Exfoliating | Avalanche Salon and Spa

Home Remedies for Exfoliating

Not only are do-it-yourself exfoliators cheaper than store bought ones, but they are also free of harmful ingredients that are regularly found in exfoliators. Polyethylene, also referred to as PEGS, makes up the small plastic beads that are found in face scrubs and body washes. Polyethylene is contaminated with a chemical that is considered a…