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It's Time To Condition Your Locks!

November 1, 2017

 

Here are just a few reasons why it is time to start conditioning your hair in the Fall. It helps protect your hair from all the bad elements of the season. The cold and wet weather can put a lot of stress on your hair and scalp. 

 

Conditioners help to smooth down the scales leaving your hair looking smoother and healthier. It helps with less static and fewer split ends so your hair is easier to style. Conditioners also helps lock in nutrients while keeping out all the pollutants.

 

You need to keep your hair and scalp hydrated. By conditioning on freshly cleansed hair, free from build-up will allow the conditioner to get in and moisturize those dry strands.  Make sure you condition for a minimal of 10-15 minutes.

 

If you throw on a shower cap over the conditioner and apply heat, then that even helps penetrate it deeper into the hair. Heat opens up the cuticle allowing this to penetrate deeper and be more effective. 

 

Make sure you rinse with cool to cold water because it will close the cuticle shut and will give you that longevity of shiny, healthier hair. 

 

One of my favorite conditioning mask is  Joico K-PAK Revitalux. Another fav is for color treated hair and it is  Joico K-PAK Color Therapy Luster Lock. If you want to shop with me here and try it out from the luxury of your home this is a great place to get it from. It is associated with where I buy professional products from and you are 100% guaranteed it is the real deal and has not been expired or been falsified in any shape or form.  Just click here ---->  Loxa Beauty

 

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