Dandruff affects more people than we would think- over 50 million in the U.S. And realizing we have been in a social situation with dandruff flakes apparent on our shoulders or hair does not necessarily leave us brimming with confidence.
The main thing to remember when taking care of your color treated hair, is to keep it well-conditioned. Most types of hair coloring make our hair more permeable, which causes it to soak up and excrete moisture more easily. This means that your hair will gradually, imperceptibly, be losing a bit of its color molecules every time it gets wet. So the tips that follow are about keeping your hair as moisturized as possible. These tips equally apply to people who suffer from hair loss due to dry hair and a dry scalp.
Studies have shown that trauma resulting from hair loss is even more prevalent in women than men. This is largely a result of the superficial standard we hold women to in society, and the external pressure put on women to resemble a predetermined idea of beauty. Not to invalidate the men out there, but it has been shown that statistically, hair loss affects the emotional well-being of women even more. What follows are tips for women coping with hair loss.
While we all love a nice hot shower, washing your curly hair with excessively hot water is another way to strip your hair of its natural oils and make it more likely to become frizzy and brittle. Cool water is a safe bet when washing or rinsing your hair. So, if you love hot showers like most of us do, you can always experiment with keeping the water warm for the majority of your shower and then cooling it down when it’s time to wash your hair.
We are pleased to announce that we are open. Our goal is to provide a safe environment for you, our clients, and employees. Please know the safety of our clients and staff is our top priority, and as a result, we will be following the procedures set forth by local government and health agencies. Also, in order to minimize the risk of exposure to COVID-19, the following protocol will be implemented into our daily routine.