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2018-03-23T13:13:06
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Dry, dull hair, split ends, easy breakage are all synonymous with damaged hair because healthy hair is not supposed to be dry, dull, split at the ends or break easily. Hair damage generally occurs at the level of the hair shaft, or the visible part of our hair, the one emerging from the scalp. Say goodbye to dull and damaged hair with this reconstruction masque. Its nourishing formula makes hair manageable and softens them from root to tip, giving it an extra bounce. This deep conditioning masque restores lipids which are depleted due to pollution, too much heat exposure and external aggressors. • Makes hair frizz-free and manageable. • Restores damaged hair. • Renders Protection from harsh elements L’Oreal Expert Masque is a creamy hair masque designed to penetrate gradually through the hair layers to soften the hair fiber. Its innovative texture provides deep-down nourishment to smoothe and detangle hair and contains new Neofibrine technology for intense repair action. L'Oreal Expert Masque also contains shine-perfecting agents and a UV filter for lasting protection.
2018-03-22T13:10:22
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Dandruff can have several causes, including dry skin, not cleaning/scrubbing often enough, shampooing too often, scalp psoriasis, eczema, sensitivity to hair care products, or a yeast-like fungus. Dry skin is the most common cause of flaking dandruff. Dandruff Clarifying Scalp treatment that removes visible flake build up after the treatment. A multi-corrective solution for overall scalp concerns, this treatment is formulated with Zinc Pyrithione, Bergamot and crushed apricot seeds, that helps instantly remove visble dandruff flakes, impurities, itchiness, odour and stickiness from scalp. Mildly exfoliate and gently massage this product to see instant results. Scalp feels more purified and cleansed than before. Benefits: • Gently exfoliates and scrubs out the dirt, grime and impurities • Removes dandruff & excess oil from the scalp • Leaves the scalp squeaky clean • Silicone-Free Formula
2018-03-10T13:24:09
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Aromatherapy has been around in some form for thousands of years, but it wasn’t well-known until the 11th century when steam distillation first made it possible to properly extract essential oils from plant materials. Since then, cultures around the world have utilized aromatherapy for a wide range of functions. Perhaps the most common countries to find aromatherapy being practiced would be in India, although it can be found in other countries as well. During aromatherapy massage, the skin is warmed and the blood drawn to the surface, increasing circulation and encouraging the elimination of toxins from the body, which has the consequence of speeding up recovery time from any illness or injury. The manipulation of the muscles continues the process, whilst at the same time releasing tense knotted muscles. As the circulation increases, the oils are absorbed through the skin and carried round the body, allowing their healing effects to permeate to all the major body organs. "By the time the massage is over you should be deeply relaxed, and feeling calm. Sometimes people even fall sleep." Very often, the benefits are immediately noticeable after a massage, but over time, it may be noticed that underlying or long-term problems have also been eased by massage. It is not recommended to have a full body massage more than once a week, but a weekly massage is an excellent way to keep the body relaxed and free of toxins.
2018-03-08T13:12:17
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Ringing in the New Year always brings along fresh starts and new beginnings of all sorts. Our resolutions made at least with good intentions, if not much motivation our best selves to come forth and for Southern women, our hair is no exception. According to Fashion runways, leading hair professionals, and ladies, there are some new hair trends on the horizon. We’ve seen what’s to come this year in terms of haircuts for all lengths and textures and we like what we see. 2018 is going to be all about embracing natural, no-fuss textures with fresh, interesting haircuts. It’s going to be the year of the unabashedly un-done and effortlessly stylish. Low maintenance short cuts, easy bangs, and enhanced textures are the name of the game but we’re seeing long, relaxed styles and middle parts make a comeback, as well. No matter which haircut fits your style, it’s bound to be low maintenance and celebrate your natural beauty, making this upcoming year even more exciting to ring in! Beat the crowd to the trendy styles at Richlayers unisex salon
2018-03-05T13:05:23
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A French word meaning to sweep or to paint, Highlights is the technique of free-handing soft, painted lines to create streak-free, natural-looking highlights with less noticeable roots on the hair, but with colors there is a much more deliberate placement pattern, " What's more, with your hairdresser often has to reach for a lightener or a bleach in order to lift your base color, however with foils there are many more product choices to pick from. Not only does this give your hairdresser more versatility in creating your final desired result, it can often help to better preserve the integrity of your hair during the coloring process. "The really heavy root shadow with ends started with the ombré trend a few years back, but in recent months we've seen a huge 90s influence in both fashion and hair, " The look now is more bold, more deliberate." This is a trickle-down effect from the non-traditional hair colors we've seen rocking the runways-and our social media feeds-of late. Everything from have made us less afraid of hair color that makes a statement. Highlights can give you both the strong statement colors and natural effortless blends you’re only as limited as. As well, reach for color-safe shampoos and conditioners to help preserve shine and vibrancy and consider investing in a purple-toned shampoo or conditioner to keep brassiness at bay!
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