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1How often should I “deep condition”?

At least once a month, deep condition your hair. Shampoo your hair gently, then use a deep conditioner to absolutely saturate your hair from root to tip.

Allow conditioners to reach the scalp and deep into the hair shaft by leaving on for 15-20 minutes under a thin plastic or thermal "heat cap."

Rinse thoroughly, then style as desired.

2How often should I switch brands of shampoo?

You will never need to if you use professional shampoos. Water factors, on the other hand, may influence how certain materials react with your hair.

Changes in water quality can necessitate the use of a different shampoo. If you fly regularly, you can need a variety of items, depending on the water conditions in your destination.

In addition, medicine taken orally is reabsorbed in the hair. If you've just switched prescription medications, you may need to swap shampoos and styling tools as well. If your hair feels weighted down or sticky after a couple days of shampooing, you're using a low-quality shampoo and/or conditioner that isn't designed for your hair style! Even the season has an effect on your hair. Many people in harsh climates survive the winter months in dry, insulated homes. It can be hot at other times of the year. Consult the hairdresser for suggestions. 

3How can I stop having an bad hair day?

Taking good care of your hair is the only way to prevent a miserable hair day. Brush it good at night and tie it before going to bed for your beauty sleep. Regularly oil it and use a shampoo and conditioner that are appropriate for your hair style.
Get a haircut that complements your face type. Accessorize on days where you feel like your hair is completely out of balance. An ordinary hairstyle can be transformed with a basic hair band, a cute pin, a trendy bandana, or a series of tiny braids. 

4What should I do to avoid or treat broken ends and breakage?

Broken ends, unfortunately, may not have a solution.
Getting your hair trimmed every two months is the easiest way to deal with them. They make your hair grow faster and stay healthy, contrary to common opinion. 

5What should I do to figure out what's causing my hair problems?

Hair conditions such as stress, buildup on the root, and a lack of nutrition or damaged hair can all be seen under a microscope. This helps us to identify precisely which issues you're dealing with. More specifically, it has allowed us to determine which goods are effective and which are not. In the past, you had to trust the manufacturer's word.

While other brands cover up the problem with conditioners or sprays that coat hair and make it look glossy and healthy, ours move straight to the root of the issue to fix it once and for all. 

6How do I figure out what my "hair type" is?

It's not easy to figure out the hair style on your own, so we recommend seeing a professional stylist first.

A stylist may inspect individual hair strand samples from your scalp, measure tensile strength and elasticity, and wet and dry your hair to see if it responds to physical manipulation and treatments..... Hair fibers come in a variety of diameters and thicknesses, as well as natural "curl" and "wave" patterns that distinguish fine, medium, and coarse hair.


7What can I do for my dry hair & scalp?

Genetics, diet, water consumption, temperature, and overall health status all play a role in dry hair and scalp.

However, you should take steps to assist.

Avoid using ingredients that clog pores and prevent natural sebum from being secreted down the hair shaft; instead, use a mild regular moisturizer or leave-in conditioner, cover hair at night to avoid friction on linens, and avoid using sponge rollers, which strip hair of moisture.

8Is it possible to ruin my hair by shampooing with very hot water?

Yes, because it can irritate the scalp by actively removing natural oils deep inside the hair shaft.

When shampooing, use warm water, and for the final rinse, use slightly colder water.

9What is the cause of dandruff and dry scalp?

Dandruff can be affected by a number of factors, including dry skin, eczema, and even psoriasis.

Dandruff flakes, which are actually dead skin cells, cause flaky scalp. They naturally fall off the scalp, and they fall off even more if you itch.

10What's the difference between semipermanent and permanent hair color?

Semipermanent haircolors are non-damaging and last from 4-6 weeks. They eventually fade out until the hair returns to its original color. These haircolors are deposit-only, which means they can darken the hair temporarily but not lighten it. You should reapply them as much as you want and they don't damage your hair. The major downside is that they don't cover grey hair as well.

Permanent haircolor alters the color of the hair indefinitely. To completely eliminate this mechanism, your own haircolor must grow out. It can be reapplied as soon as there is a visible outgrowth of the original hue. However, since each application hurts the hair even more, it's best to limit the color to new hair growth. Permanent colors can lighten or darken the hue of the original. They even do a fantastic job at concealing grey hair. The disadvantage is that you must wait for the hair to grow out before trimming it off. While it is incredibly difficult to replicate the color precisely, it may often be dyed back to match the original shade.