Blowouts for fine hair, long or short hair, special occasions, and wedding hairstyles.
Like most things in life the best parts are the beginning and the end. Your salon visit is no exception. A relaxing scalp massage relieving built up tension from the stresses of daily life is one of the true luxuries of life. I think many hairstylists forget the shampoo is the best part, rushing through your shampoo experience leaving you wanting more time relaxing and less time talking.
The blowdry can be either painful with excess pulling, or have you wanting to take a nap during the service because you’re so relaxed. I prefer to help you relax and enjoy your few moments of peace, before you rush back to life as usual. A blowdry is many of my clients biggest luxuries. Most say if they won the lottery they could come into my studio for a blowout every day!
Contact Kim @ 626-818-1620
Shampoo, Deep Condition, and Style
Everyone’s hair has a different texture and density. It’s important for a hairstylist to use the right shampoo and conditioner to achieve the finish style you want. After carefully choosing the right hair care products you can lay back and begin the relax with a soothing scalp massage. Every hair styling service comes with a deep conditioning mask to infuse your hair with the nutrients it needs to achieve professional salon results. After cleansing and conditioning I bring out my weapons of mass creation, giving you a hairstyle that is worthy of a “selfie” as soon as you get in your car.
Hair requires some sort of pomade, gel, mousse, or smoothing product to give it a little extra control when you’re styling. Use a styling product after combing through your hair and come through the hair before blow drying. Use good bush such as a round brush or a flat brush after the hair is about 50% dry, using it to smooth and set the hair in place. After the hair is dry you can work through a small amount of smoothing oil if hair is frizzy. Be careful not to use oil at the scalp, but focus more on the mid-shaft to the hair ends. You may use a working or finishing hairspray to complete your hair style.
- See your hairstylist every 6-8 weeks for a trim to cut any split ends from the hair.
- If hair is damaged use a professional hair mask or protein reconstructor after every 5-7 shampoos to repair damaged and keep hair hydrated hair.
- Watch the heat! Excessive heat styling will wear away the protective coating of the hair. If you’re trying to grow your hair long be careful with flat ironing and blow drying, and use a cooler setting on hair styling tools.
- Massage your scalp when shampooing. Massage creates blood flow and loosens the scalp. This will assist in hair growth.
- Eat a healthy balanced diet and exercise. Metabolism has a lot to do with how fast your hair grows. The healthy you are, the healthy your hair is.
A blow dry, sometimes referred to as a blow out, is the art of shaping, smoothing, and curling hair into a desired hair style.