1. We’ve said it a million times before, but WEEKLY TREATMENTS. Make sure you have the correct treatment for what your hair needs. We recommend the Prickly Pear Seed Oil Masque by Christophe Robin for ladies with long hair, and the Power Base by O&M for blondes and environmental damage.
2. Our favourite, head massages. A head massage can help address poor scalp circulation, which can be a factor for slow hair growth or hair loss. A thorough head massage opens up blood vessels and helps blood flow to the head and scalp. Hair follicles will be all to get more nutrients from the blood, in turn producing healthy thick hair.
3. Use an anti-breakage cream. Christophe Robins’ Daily Hair Cream with sandalwood has anti-breakage properties. Sealing down the split ends so there is no further breakage until your next hair cut.
4. Yes, what you’ve all been waiting for. Regular trims! You don’t need to have a dramatic haircut every time you walk through the salon doors. But the longer you leave those damaged ends un-cut, the further the split will run up the hair shaft and break off. So many clients complain about their hair not growing even though every 8 weeks they have a regrowth! It’s not that their hair isn’t growing, it’s because their hair keeps snapping off. It’s all well and good to have long hair, but if its whispy and damaged what is the point?
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