May 13, 2009

Aging hair
The most obvious sign of aging in the hair is gray, but not always as I have seen tons of younger individuals increasing in this department. However, aging affects our hair in other ways as well, as we age our hair tends to become, thinner, duller, dryer, lifeless, also loses some of its elasticity which therefore changes the texture. This is why protein based conditioners or styling aids come in use, offering the support hair needs.
Don’t be scared to talk to your clients or stylist about it “is my hair aging?” With everything as time goes by hair needs a little Botox to, and it is this generation of maturing women and men as well as the premature graying group that can afford to come into the salons and spend their money on maintaining and preserving beauty.
My recommended product of the week
Aveda Dry Remedy Moisturizing Treatment Masque

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