Healthy Hair by Don
Healthy Hair Tips By Don
KEEP YOUR HAIR SHINY & HEALTHY
Shampoo and condition your hair at least once per week. **Important** It is critical that you rinse thoroughly after shampooing.
It is normal to loose up to 80 to 150 hairs per day, this is the growth and replacement process.
It is suggested that you take a daily multi-vitamin to ensure you are receiving the proper amount of essential vitamins that will promote healthy hair growth.
Winter Hair Tip
During the winter months a leave in treatment can assist with keeping your hair healthy. If you experience your hair feeling dry or weak these are some products that can help in between salon visits.
Book by Don
The beauty and barber industry is one of the most creative, artistic, innovative, trendy, and memorable industries. History has proven to repeat itself as hairstyles, hair colors, and haircuts return with changes 30, 40, and even 50 years later, renamed with a twist. The beauty industry is not only fascinating but also exhilarating and joyous.
To transform a person's image and lift their self-esteem is rewarding to the client and service provider.
People enjoy getting their hair styled for many reasons. Award ceremonies, galas, christenings, graduations, weddings, bar mitzvahs, birthdays, baby showers, anniversaries, school reunions, and retirement celebrations (just to name a few) will bring customers from all walks of life to a salon to obtain the best look for their noteworthy occasions.
Are you aware that many people believe that only stylists with the same cultural backgrounds are equipped to color, cut, and style their hair?
Have you ever thought that all Caucasian people have smooth hair that's easy to manage?
Do you believe that every African American has rough, unruly hair?
Ever have any of these thoughts?
If so, throughout this book, I will debunk some common cultural myths. While I will be focusing primarily on the differences between African Americans and Caucasian Americans, most information can be applicable to all cultures.