Winter Hair Tips And Tricks From Urban Sass
IN the heart of Sandton Johannesburg, where sophistication and modern style are an integral part of daily life, a new era in hair is emerging, influenced by cities such as New York, Los Angeles and London. Urban Sass, introduces a bespoke and exclusive experience designed to cater to the discerning, urban customer who understands exactly what they want. The salon is perfectly located to cater to business professionals, astute city residents and tourists alike. A trendy professional unisex hair and beauty salon, that’s a cut above the rest! Here are their tips to help us through winter hair woes.
#1: Add Kérastase Elixir Ultime to your shampoo
Washing your hair with nourishing shampoo and conditioner is an important step to your winter hair care routine. However, if your hair is extra dry during winter periods, why not add a teaspoon of Kérastase Elixir Ultime to your shampoo? It is residue-free so you don’t have to worry about product build-up.
#2: Protection against heat styling
Heat styling is a touchy subject in the winter. You want to minimise the effect of heat styling on your hair. When you do use heat styling tools, make sure that you use a treatment like Kerastase Nectar Thermique. Nectar Thermique is an amazing leave-in conditioner, and provides protection against heat styling. This is an absolute must-have for dull, rough hair in need of rich, creamy gentleness!
#3: Warm it up
Winter brings about a season of bigger contrasts, that’s why darker richer browns and blondes with a cool undertone are very welcome for the colder days of the year. At the same time, if your personality and complexion allow for it … test the red palette, you can either go for passionate vine hues, deep auburn or a more fiery red!
Book a colour consultation at Urban Sass, and stay on trend this winter season. Contact them on (011) 783 0902 and follow them on Facebook.
#4: Trim it regularly
Be gone dead ends! Regular trims are a great way to keep your hair in good health during the winter months. Schedule a trim every six to eight weeks, removing those dry split ends (also damaged by heat styling) will keep your locks looking lively.
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