Hair Care Instructions


Styling after you designer cut

Do you ever leave the Salon and love your style but can never achieve that same look at home? We as Stylist really don’t have magical powers, just good products. It is extremely important for you to have the same products at home that we use to create your style in the salon. So don’t forget to ask your Stylist what styling products were used to achieve that look you love. 

How to care for your color treated hair

Congratulations, you have committed to letting the professionals give you a color service best suited for you, with our top of the line color brands.

Now that you’ve made that commitment don’t wash that investment down the drain. Let your stylist recommend a shampoo that will protect your color investment. The best shampoos for colored hair will be sulfate free and have UV protection. By using a shampoo that is specific for color treated hair, you can add up to 2 weeks of life to your colored hair.

If you were visiting the Salon every 4 weeks for color, now you can stretch to 6 weeks. If your average color service is $75, this could mean a $325 savings a year by just using a better quality shampoo.

How to care for your perm or chemically straightened hair

It is very important not to shampoo your hair for at least 24 hours after a perming or straightening service. The hair cuticle where this chemical action took place needs time to close up before shampooing your hair. Shampooing to soon will result in frizzy curls. It is also important not to use any heavy or deep conditioning treatment for a 48 hour period. Doing so will result in loosening your curls and shortening the time that this service typically lasts.

It is also important to use a shampoo specifically formulated for chemically treated hair. Typically a leave in conditioner is also something that works well with this type of hair service. Let your professional stylist make recommendations for your hair type and treatment.