A trip to the salon can help you to feel rejuvenated, refreshed, and renewed. However, routine appointments at a worthwhile salon, such as Jeffrey Michaels’ Salon, can take a toll on anyone’s pocketbook. Fortunately, there are a number of ways to extend the life of your haircut from home and keep your hair looking fabulous for weeks or months to come.
Layers and Bang Trims
A blunt cut can look awkward as your hair is growing out because the bottom will begin to look crooked over time. On the other hand, layered hair can grow out beautifully and still provide gorgeous results at different stages of growth.
If you have side or front bangs, inquire about how much a bang trim will cost. Many stylists will offer bang trims for free or at a low price so that your cut always looks fresh and you won’t have to attempt a bang trim on your own.
Good Washing Habits
Double washing your hair can produce significant results in a short amount of time. Washing your hair with a cleansing shampoo first is the best way to remove any dirtand hair products that have built up on your hair. Following that with a thickening, clarifying, or hydrating shampoo will allow it to penetrate the hair shaft and provide the promised results. Some women also find it helpful to reverse the washing order by beginning with a powerful conditioner and following with a shampoo.
Deep conditioners, serums, and other quality hair products that contain beneficial ingredients, such as natural oils, herbal essences, and vitamins, can help to better protect, preserve, and improve the health, texture, and appearance of your hair. It may take some experimentation for you to find the right washing technique and products for you, so be patient.
Ask Your Stylist
During your next cut, ask your stylist about how you can better care for your hair and prolong your cut. Every hair type is different so speaking with a qualified and experienced hairstylist, such as the ones found at Jeffrey Michaels’ Salon, can help you determine what is right for your particular hair needs and goals.