Here’s some of our most commonly heard questions about us:

How will I know how to style my hair after a new cut?

Once we have finished your cut, I will show you how to style it step by step.  You will learn how to section off your hair and how to hold your brush and dryer so that it is easy for you to work the magic at home.

How often should I get my hair cut to keep it healthy and maintain my style?

A good haircut normally lasts 5 to 6 weeks.  Of course this is dependent on not only how fast your hair grows but also the thickness of it.

I have course hair. How can I prevent it from getting frizzy and having lots of fly aways?

It will help to use cream based products rather than oily ones because they will smooth the cuticles.  Using an ionic metal based brush with a good grip will also help because it allows you to use heat and tension that will give you soft, silky and shiny hair. 

How can I get my fine hair to hold a style all day without going flat or limp?

Styling fine hair begins when you are washing it.  Most of the time the shampoo and/or conditioner you are using are too heavy and will make the cuticle flat.  Try using a shampoo and conditioner that are designed for fine hair followed by a lightweight mousse.  Blow dry your hair from the roots, using your brush to pull the hair upward.  Remember, the fullness of your hair will always come from the roots, not the ends.

Split ends usually come from not getting regular trims and from rubbing the hair together when you are washing it and/or when you are towel drying it.  A keratin treatment will help as a short-term solution.  For a long-term fix, be sure to get your hair trimmed regularly and never rub your hair strands together.

My scalp is oily but the ends of my hair are dry. How can I fix both problems?

When shampooing your hair, be sure to concentrate only on the scalp.  Start by rubbing your shampoo into the palm of your hands. Then massage your scalp while being careful not to rub your hair strands together.  Repeat this process.  Apply conditioner only to the ends of your hair, again being careful not to rub the strands.  Rinse with cool water which is good for both the scalp and the ends.


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