Beauty Tips


Eat well and stay healthy. That is the first thing that you need to do, because if you're missing important vitamins or nutrients it will show up in your hair. Your hair care regimen should be as "hair friendly" as possible. That means you should be following steps to minimize breakage. An increase your anagen (growth phase) which will allow you hair to grow much longer before it enters the resting and shedding phases. One way to do this is to incorporate vitamins for hair growth in your diet.



Color hair that is in tip top shape! Prep your hair a week in advance with a good protein and deep moisturizing treatment. Your color will take better and last much longer. You will also have created a barrier against potential damage from the coloring process. In the early weeks following your coloring episode, you will need to include a dedicated regimen of moisture and regular, supplemental protein. For best results, alternate protein-based conditioners with moisture-based conditioners regularly in your deep conditioning schedule to help fight moisture loss caused by increased porosity. 



By learning a few (easy!) new styles and tricks, you can keep your strands healthy, swear off frizz and flatness, and make your hair look its best―every day. There’s bound to be an option for you among the cuts that follow, whether your hair is short, curly, or long, and no matter if you have 2 minutes, 5 minutes, or 20 minutes to devote to styling it.




When winter brings cold temperatures and low humidity, our skin and hair respond. Use Hydrate, Revitalize or Balm on a daily basis-a must for winter care. Pamper your hair and scalp with Mud mask, the instant moisturizing treatment based on Dead Sea mud and minerals, botanicals and essential oils. An oil complex treatment greatly increases the hair and scalp's ability to retain moisture.