FAQ

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Coupez vos cheveux aussitôt que vous remarquez que vos pointes sont sèches. Vous devriez vous couper les cheveux avant que les pointes cassées apparaissent. En moyenne, on estime aux 6 semaines.

Oui. Les shampoings secs fonctionnent, mais assurez­ vous de bien lire les ingrédients. Les shampoings secs sont recommandés pour rafraîchir la coiffure, mais sachez qu’ils n’ajoutent aucun bienfait aux cheveux. Lisez bien la liste d’ingrédients des produits que vous utilisez et vérifiez qu’ils ne contiennent pas d’alcool ni de protéines qui pourraient assécher vos cheveux.

Pas plus de 2 fois par semaine. Les shampoings moussants contiennent des produits chimiques et des sulfites qui retirent l’hydration, la brillance, la couleur, l’élasticité et le lustre naturel du cheveu. Les shampoings ont été créés pour laver le cheveu. Chaque fois que vous faites un shampoing, vous retirez les huiles essentielles naturelles du cheveu et en retour, votre cuir chevelu compense en produisant de plus en plus d’huile, résultant en un cuir chevelu gras ou des problèmes de cuir chevelu et des pointes sèches.

We recommend that you have a facial 4 times a year. When the weather changes, so does your skin. The best way to stay looking fresh and hydrated is to get a step up on climate change and go into each season with smooth and radiant skin. At the begining of each season, we reccommend seeing your estetician for a good cleaning and exfoliation.

We recommend that you have a facial 4 times a year. When the weather changes, so does your skin. The best way to stay looking fresh and hydrated is to get a step up on climate change and go into each season with smooth and radiant skin. At the begining of each season, we reccommend seeing your estetician for a good cleaning and exfoliation.

Your hair should be at least 1/4 cm long. It needs to be long enough for the wax to grab the hair. The longer you let your hair grow, the longer the effects can last. leaving hair grow for 4­6 weeks before waxing will allow all the baby hairs to grow out, to leave you with smoother skin after the waxing.

Your hair should be at least 1/4 cm long. It needs to be long enough for the wax to grab the hair. The longer you let your hair grow, the longer the effects can last. leaving hair grow for 4­6 weeks before waxing will allow all the baby hairs to grow out, to leave you with smoother skin after the waxing.

You should start looking at hairstyles and types of make up long before, but for the actual trial, we suggest you come during the same season as your wedding. Hair and skin change with the change of seasons, therefore we suggest to come and meet our specialists a month or two before your big day.

If you know which hairdresser or make up artist you want, then book it as soon as you know your wedding Date. Brides are booking their hair and make up as soon as they know to guarantee that they will get their prefered stylist on their special day.

It really depends on what you are doing. Everyones hair is different, so the price varies from person to person. The best thing to do is to come in for a free consultation. That way you can explain to the colorist what your looking for, and she can tell you what it will cost on your hair.

You might see split ends if you look carefully at the ends of your hair. You’ll see a single hair that has literally split into two at the bottom of the strand.Split ends can be caused by repeated blow­drying, heat­straightening, or excessive brushing. Once your ends are split, the only solution is to go to the salon to get them trimmed. But you can avoid split ends by brushing less, using less heat on your hair, regularly using conditioner, and protecting your hair from extremely hot or cold weather.

Every 10 to 12 weeks, ask your stylist to trim just the split ends. This is also known as a dusting. Every product in the world claims to repair split ends, but that’s really hard to do. Stick to what works for you.

No more than twice a week. Shampoos that lather contain chemicals and sulfates that strip the hair of its natural luster, moisture, shine, color, and elasticity. Shampoos were created to clean the hair. Every time you shampoo, you strip your hair of natural essential oils and in turn they replenish at a rapid pace so you end up with an oily scalp or scalp issues and dry hair because it never catches up.

Yes. Dry shampoos work, just make sure to check the ingredients. Dry shampoos are okay to use to keep things fresh, but know that they don’t add any benefits to your hair. Check the ingredients of the products you’re using and ensure they’re not loaded with alcohols or proteins that could dry hair out.

Cut your hair as soon as you feel dry ends. You should trim your hair before the split ends start to appear. On Average, around the six­week period.”

On average, hair grows about 1cm a month,. That means you should be doing your color at your roots every 4 to 6 weeks

The best way to protect your color is to use hair products that were specially designed for colored hair. We recommend using care products (shampoos, conditioners, masks), which are specially developed for the needs of colored hair. You can also do a treatment, such as Olaplex, while you are doing the coloring process. This will prevent the damage.

Let it grow for four months before getting a cut.While you are in these ackward stages, try tucking your hair behind your ears and sweeping your bangs to the side. If your hair starts to look puffy, brush it forward or off to one side, and avoid blow­drying. At four months, ask your hairdresser to even it up by cutting the back to create a bob, or to make the back a little shorter than the front—that will make your hair appear longer than it is. After another four to six months, add long layers in the back and cheekbone­length ones in the front.