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Hair Treatments

See below different types of hair treatments Total Indulgence offer:

Hair Extensions

Hair Cut & Colour

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Digital Perm

Repair Your Hair

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Keratin Cure

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QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK YOUR STYLIST

  1. Will you be honest with me?
  2. What do you think my face shape is?
  3. What do you think is my strongest facial feature?
  4. What is my skin tone?
  5. What color well describes my eye?
  6. Am I warm or cool?
  7. What is kid of hair style will should me?
  8. Should my hair style be longer?
  9. Should my hair style be shorter?
  10. Should I color my hair?
  11. Should I perm my hair?
  12. If you were me, and going to make a hair style chance what should you do?

How to Make the Most of your Conditioner

Choosing the right conditioning products for your type of hair will ensure you keep that salon shine. But how do you know which product is right for you?

How can you keep that high shine you get from hours at the salon? Conditioning your hair regularly will improve its strength, shine and keep hair damage to a minimum, though it can't actually repair damaged hair. "Conditioners smooth the cuticles, reduce static ele
ctricity, protect against UV damage and enhance overall appearance", says Dr. D'Anne
Kleinsmith, an award-winning dermatologist.

Conditioners also help keep the hair's cortex hydrated. "Conditioning improves the moisture content of the hair by improving the weatherproofing of the cuticle", explains John Gray, author of

Your hair's length, the amount of chemical processing it endures and the frequency with which you use hot styling tools are all factors to consider in your conditioning routine. "Ask yourself what kind of hair you have", suggests celebrity stylist Steve Lococo. "Volume conditioners have ingredients that will plump up the hair, usually with grapefruit or some type of citric ingredient. Smoothing conditioners have a tendency to have more oils or lanolin to help coat the hair shaft".

Fine Hair

Thin hair typically cannot support a high level of conditioning ingredients. To prevent weighing down delicate tresses, consider conditioning just the middle and ends, where your hair is most susceptible to damage. A light volumising conditioner will moisturise your hair and provide thermal protection for hair-dryer use. If your hair is extremely fine, you may want to replace a basic conditioner with a leave-in conditioning spray, which boasts a lighter formulation and will help strengthen the hair shaft.
Rouge recommends: Pantene All Day Smooth treatment to give you lightweight, protective conditioning throughout the day. Buy it now at The Store.

Thick Hair

The right conditioner is a fundamental component of an effective hair care routine if you have thick, wild tresses. "Unlike fine hair, hair that’s thick can support a lot of conditioning ingredients", explains leading hair care research scientist Steve Shiel. "I would recommend more intensive conditioning products. Conditioning masks can also help to tame unruly hair". Another option is a detangling night treatment, which can detangle and repair hair while you sleep.
Rouge recommends: Pantene Night Miracle. Leave-in conditioner which continously nourishes hair while you sleep. Wake up with beautifully smooth, conditioned hair. Buy it now at The Store.

Curly Hair

“Condition, condition, condition” is the mantra for curly tresses. Hair experts suggest you condition your locks every time you shampoo. On the days you don't shampoo, run a conditioner through your corkscrews if they’ve gotten bulky and unkempt to help them relax and detangle easily. Rinse your scalp thoroughly but leave a trace of conditioner in your strands.

To avoid dehydration and frizz, use a deep-conditioning mask every two weeks. Maximise the results by applying the mask, then covering your hair with a shower cap or plastic wrap and running the heat of a blow dryer a few inches above your head for five to ten minutes. If your hair is extremely dehydrated, use a basic conditioner to detangle, followed by a leave-in conditioner to sustain moisture.
Rouge recommends: Pantene 3 Minute Miracle Treatment - a salon-quality conditioning treatment that repairs 3 months worth of damage in 3 minutes. Buy it now at The Store.

Coloured and Highlighted Hair

Colouring your hair can remove the lipid layer on the surface of each cuticle, depleting your hair's natural waterproofing qualities. And since a basic conditioner is formulated to deposit on waterproof hair, it becomes ineffective on colour-processed tresses. Conditioners specifically made for coloured hair contain different polymers designed to work on a non-waterproof surface.
Rouge recommends: Pantene Colour Therapy Conditioner. Buy it now at The Store.

Conditioning Tips for All Hair Types

Using your fingers almost like a comb, apply the product from the midsections of your hair down toward the ends. "You should concentrate on these areas, as they are the most damaged parts of your hair", "When you rinse your hair, enough of the product will then deposit on the parts of your hair closest to your scalp".

 
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