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5 Ways To Fix Brassy Hair   Brassy hair tip #1: Go forth and buy yourself some purple shampoo. Hair color conditioner will help even more. Getting the right tone is important. Purple color is for blonds and blue is for brunettes Brassy hair tip #2: Alternate your purple shampoo with regular colour-protective products. Non-Sulfate shampoo or non-foaming shampoo is the secret.   Brassy hair tip #3: Invest in a shower filter. This will make a huge different. Brassy hair tip #4: Go back to the salon for a toner   CALL US at 310 274 1553 Brassy hair tip #5:...

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There’s the kind of hair damage you face after excessive bleaching or over relying on your heat tools, but then there are the hair issues that keep on happening that you just can’t explain. These can be aplenty: fade, dullness, dehydration and just a general limpness to your strands. Truth is, the answer may lie within your water supply. Hard vs Soft WaterIn actual fact, there isn’t just one type of water flowing through your drain. Different cities, states and countries can all have either hard or soft water coming through the tap, depending on the minerals contained in it....

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  Colorist of the Star, Nelson Chan 1.Do not wash bleached hair with color safe shampoo. Bleached hair is very weak and breaks easily, even color safe shampoo can be too harsh for it. Non-foaming hair shampoo ($22) will keep hair cuticles closed during washing. It doesn’t strip natural moisture. It keeps hair in the best shape and condition. It contains Argan, Citrus and Peppermint oils are perfect for cleansing hair that has been through harsh chemicals like perms or bleach. You will see results within the first use.   2. A good rule of thumb for repairing bleached hair...

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  Have you wonder why your hair never grows long and strong. Change these 3 habits below, magic will happen.   Handling your hair with care Minimizing chemical treatments (especially bleach and perm), heat styling tools is the #1 hair killer, go on heat diet or at least invest in more expensive hair dryer like New Dyson dry ($400) read my blog for professional reviews and discount tip on this. Heat ironing is absolute “NO” when you want strong long hair, It breaks, and damages hair and it can’t be restored easily. If you must iron your hair, go to...

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No one should need or want a $400 hair dryer. The number one hair dryer we use daily on clients costs between $100 and $150. A $400 hair dryer is more than twice the price of anything else, but that doesn’t matter, because Dyson, a company best known for its fancy vacuums, has made a hair dryer, and the damn thing might be the last you’ll ever need. Dyson has this irritating habit of making wildly expensive products that are actually kind of worth the money. Its vacuums suck up pet hair better than the other guys and are easier...

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