Part of the service at RE:NU is that you have a deeper understanding of how hair health works and what you can do at home to rebuild and maintain your hair.
Say you’ve had your first in-salon Olaplex treatment or service then have weeks to months between your next appointment– what can be done in that time to ensure your hair stays healthy?
Most people don’t realize most of the damage their hair incurs is actually done away from the salon. Friction, water and heat are the most damaging things to hair , as they are the things we do most often.
This is a topic we cover a lot at the studio and a great deal on our blog as a maintenance guide.
The best thing you can do to your hair whether it’s in need of recovery or maintenance, is use Olaplex to maintain the protein and structure of your hair. Followed with masks, oils and styling products that are designed to moisturise, rehydrate and replace lost keratin.
Damage can be caused by something as little as being out in the sunshine all day to something bigger like daily thermal styling.
Protect hair by Using styling tools such as the Ghd gold styler and ghd curling tongs that have controlled heat settings. This styler has been designed to maintain optimum styling results without compromising the condition of the hair. This technology will help maintain luscious locks and brighter colours that last twice as long.
Another key part is minimising friction in the hair . A key way to avoid friction is Using the right hair brush:
A boar bristle brush or a wet brush should be your best friend! With long hair, It's super important that your hair brush helps smooth the hair shaft, to minimize any breakage.
A natural fiber brush, like the boar bristle, helps to minimize friction when brushing. Therefore, the hair doesn't get caught on any knots, leaving the hair smooth and silky without pulling out hair strands.
To learn more about what products / tools we reccomend you book in for an in depth hair Analysis and consultation .
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Hair by Leigh-Anne Regan (founder of RE:NU)