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Ready For Spring Hair 2018

Beautiful weather, singing birds, the flowers are in full bloom and this is the perfect time to let our hair down. The dryness is leaving replacing it with moisture and pretty soon the weather is going to be warm and almost perfect. That is if you live in Florida. Here are a few tips that will help you get ready for everything.

You can get a trim for spring because you’ll be letting down your hair for summer. A trim is a good idea. Change up your styling products also.

Our hair needs moisture as well as protein. So do a protein treatment just to strengthen your tresses after the harsh winter season on our hair follicles. In addition, use light oils such as almond and coconut oils to seal in the moisture rather than thick oils such as castor oil.

It’s spring and the weather will be turning amazing! Time to start thinking about Spring Break and the going somewhere super hot. Let your hair down and let it flow in the wind. After weeks of keeping your hair protected from the harsh cold weather during the winter, it’s time to let your tresses out and breathe.

 

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Various Home Remedy’s For Your Hair During Summer

JosephKellner.comPermanent hair straightening with chemicals or everyday use of flat-iron can seriously damage your hair and appearance. The same effect can be achieved using a several natural home treatments. We are sharing with you a fey good tips for natural and damage free straightener of your hair. Take a look below and enjoy!

Vodka – you need to mix a few drops of vodka in conditioner and apply after bathing. The low pH value will straighten hair. However, this method is not recommended for often use.

Banana and Papaya –  With the help of these two tropical fruits it is very easy to straighten your hair. It is best to mix a ripe banana, papaya and 2 tablespoons honey than leave the mask to act on your hair for 1 hour. Once completely dry, you can wash with shampoo.

Almond Oil and Eggs – Crack an egg and mix in 3 tablespoons almond oil. Add a few drops essential oil to add a nice smelling scent to your hair. Blend together until smooth and apply to damp hair. Leave the mixture on for up to 20 minutes.  Use a shower cap to prevent mixture from making a mess or wrap your hair n a towel.
Rinse hair with cool (NOT hot)water, and comb through using a wide tooth comb.

Joseph Kellner Salon in Orlando, Florida

 

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Over Processed Hair Can Be A Simple Fix In Time!

Hair that has been subjected to excessive heat styling or chemical treatments can become over-processed. Strands that are over-processed appear very dry and are prone to breakage. Coloring hair of this type presents a challenge and is best left to a professional. Hair is very porous and will absorb color quickly, however the color generally fades very quickly leaving you with a dull shade that isn’t what you sought and you can kiss all the elasticity down the drain its gone! There are some steps you can take to restore health to damaged hair so that color lasts as it should.

Use sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner designed for color-treated hair. Avoid shampooing every day and instead rinse hair with water, condition and re-rinse. This helps your dry strands retain moisture and aids in preventing hair color fadage! Avoid harsh shampoos, such as those designed to remove dandruff from your scalp. Medicated shampoos will further strip the moisture out of your hair, along with removing added hair color. Consider washing your hair with only conditioner for the first few weeks after coloring. Shampoo contains many harsh chemicals that can strip the remaining moisture out of damaged hair. Use conditioner only until the natural oils return to your hair and scalp, and then add shampoo back into your routine.

Avoiding brushing your hair when it’s wet, as this is when hair is weakest and most susceptible to breakage. If you must style your hair while it’s wet, use a wide-toothed comb. This is a big rule everyone make sure before styling the hair to place a leave in conditioner in the hair than comb out from mid shaft to ends!

Use a deep conditioning treatment two to three times a week after you shampoo. Leave the treatment on your hair for at least five minutes after applying it generously from roots to ends. Use an  Olive Oil treatment in your hair twice a week. Apply warm Olive Oil or Almond Oil to damp hair before going to bed and wrapped in a shower cap. In the morning, wash and style as usual, and you will see improved shine and texture!

Hair coloring is something many people choose to do in the comfort of their own homes. Hair damage can occur from using boxed dyes or over-processing hair, even if the hair is thick and healthy to begin with. If you’ve damaged your hair with coloring treatments, there are steps you can take to get your hair back to a healthy, soft state. And most of all leave the job up to a professional when ever-changing or maintaining your hair color.