The Hair | The
Scalp | The
Treatments | The Trim | The
Irons | Ask Your Stylists
The hair feeds directly off of the bloodstream, therefore whatever is consumed
directly impacts the growth of the hair. Naturally, eating plenty of fruits,
vegetables, and drinking large quantities of water will have a positive effect,
while consuming tobacco; prescription drugs will have a negative effect. In either
case it is always good to take a multi vitamin, high in Biotin. The
key is consistency, even with scalp stimulators or laboratory generated
growth enhancers, nothing will work better than feeding the hair from
the inside out.
The scalp is where the sebaceous glands are found, secreting sebum to
travel down the hair shaft. There are instances where the glands can
be over or under active causing a scalp condition. These conditions
can be treated with our Diva Scalp Treatment, a cool antifungal rinse
applied to the scalp to calm and slow down production of sebum or help
cleanse unwanted flakes.
Our treatment menu is complete with reconstructors, rebuilders, strengtheners,
strengthening paks, intense moisturizers, scalp stimulators and more.
All are used to restore hair back to its normal state or maximize the
hair’s fullest growth potential.
The purpose of a trim is to cut away all split ends that prevent hair
growth. The hair should be trimmed at least every 4-6 weeks. When split
ends aren’t trimmed, they continue to split and cause the appearance
of the hair to be thin.
Maintaining your hairstyle is important considering the investment made
to look your best. Now that women are more health conscious, working
out has become a part of lifestyle, in that keeping a hairstyle can
be challenging. With a few minor adjustments, your hairstyle can endure
the work out routine or recover from a rainy day.
- Keep as much hair as possible off the scalp,( pinning
hair up or ponytail it on top the head)
- Allow scalp to completely dry out before attempting
to wrap around head, or pin curl.
- After exposure to rain and humidity, use the Paul
Mitchell gloss drops before wrapping or pin curling
- If all curl and style are lost, use the Paul Mitchell
foaming pomade and pull back in to a ponytail
- Use of thermal irons may cause dryness and breakage
- Use thermal irons only once a week and pin curl or
wrap in between
- Satin caps and Satin pillow cases help preserve hairstyle
Shedding and Breakage
If shedding and breakage occurs, contact the salon immediately for