Is your hair dry?

Published January 19, 2014 by sadinamoon


First thing you need to do is use a good conditioner, one that’s suitable for your hair type. A good hair mask to use weekly is also recommended. Secondly, don’t over-style your hair. While it may be fun, using curlers, straighteners, and blow-dryers on your hair can cause structural and heat damage. Keep your styling damage to a minimum. Please style your hair, nobody wants to see that hot mess, just don’t over-style. Too much heat = damage! Thirdly, you are what you eat feed your body to feed your hair. Feeding your body healthy, natural ingredients will go a long way in rejuvenating your hair. Because your hair is made of proteins, and needs protein to develop, it’s a good idea to give it a balanced diet of lean protein, leafy vegetables, fruit, and whole grains.

*Eat foods that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3s are found in cell membranes in the skin of your scalp, and in the natural oils that keep both your scalp and hair hydrated.[2] Omega-3 rich foods include salmon, walnuts, flaxseed, and spinach.*

Last but not least, find a good stylist that will care for your hair and educate you! Keep regular appointments, your stylist & your hair will appreciate your hard work!


The power of love

Published January 19, 2014 by sadinamoon

With Valentines day fast approaching, if you’re of the female species it’s on your mind, if you’re of the male species you have yet to think about it, even though, stores have already begin to spread the love with pinks & reds, hearts, and candies. If you’re looking for the perfect Valentines day pamper me package, get the most out your salon visit with the Roses Are Red – Valentines Package. More info. can be found on my Facebook page at under the notes section. Pamper yourself with me, after all you deserve it!! 😉