Picking the right professional hair care provider is just as important as choosing the right doctor, bank, or educational facilty. How do you choose the right professional hair care provider? You make sure that they provide haircare.
All hair needs to be cleaned, moisturized and maintained. A good cleanser will remove only product and dirt, not strip the hair of it's nutrients. The hair should still feel soft and be tangle free. Ask the provider what line of products they use. Research any new products.
A moisturizer should saturate the hair and replenish any nutrients that have been stripped due to chemical damage, swimming, braids, medications, and normal wear and tear. Ask for recommendations that fit your hair type.
Lastly, your professional hair care provider should be able to maintain your healthy hair by giving you regular trims and hair styles that don't pull, cut, or dry out your hair.
Ask questions. Bring photos of styles that you like. Be honest, tell your provider your hair's history. Be thorough. Be realistic. I wish you the very best if you are looking for a new hair care provider.
If you are changing stylist, make sure to get your hair care system from your current stylist. It should include: types of color, relaxer, allergy to products, hair requirements, and any other information that is unique to your hair. Remember, that difficult climates call for new products. The information that you are giving your potential new hair care provider is a start. It may have be altered for your hair to cooperate in it's new environment.
Most of us tend to get a little relaxed at this time of the year. The kids are out of school and most of the schedules in our lives are filled with busy work.
Don't forget the most important things this summer as you get caught up in your restless schedule. Drink plenty of fluids. Eat a well balanced diet. Invest in great conditioners that protect your hair from the sun, chlorine, dust and wear and tear of lazy hairstyles including but not limited to: ponytails, braids, pinups, and weaves.
PI am just a girl who loves her job (owning and styling at HUC!) and is pretty good at explaining hair to other people.
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