Monday, March 21, 2011

A before and after look you just might NEED TOO Enjoy!!.mp4

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Doctor Knows Best

Q: Should I get a trim to help my hair grow?

A: Even healthy hair needs to be kept trimmed for healthy maintenance and growth. Trimming alone is not the only reason your hair grows, but if hair grows 1/4 to 1/2 inch per month, trimming is important to help keep growth noticeable, meaning the hair has a chance to grow and the split ends will be trimmed on time before they damage the growth while the hair is truly growing.

By the way, make sure your stylist knows your hair's growth pattern, so when you decide to get a cut or trim, they can recommend what's best for your personal growth pattern. This is important so you can see your hair growing. -"Hair Doc"


Q: Is hair coloring damaging to the hair?

A: There are all types of hair colorings on today's market, ranging from permanent to semi permanent to temporary. All of these hair colorings can leave your hair healthier and shinier when applied correctly. If not applied correctly (professionally), meaning taking into consideration the density (thinness or thickness) and texture of hair and its compatibility to the chemical strength of the particular hair coloring, damage can potentially be done to the hair. Consult your stylist. -"Hair Doc"

Q: Can chlorine from swimming pools damage hair that has chemical strengtheners on it?

A: Chlorine most definitely can be damaging to chemically straightened hair. But don't let that deter you from enjoying water activities or any other sports. All you need is the right hair care consultant with the professional understanding of the effects of chlorine and other sports activities on hair. You can indeed have healthy hair regardless of its exposure to chlorine with the proper hair care guidance. Trust me, I have serviced girl swimmers, water polo athletes and bodybuilders who have even healthier hair now than before, with the right prescription. -"Hair Doc"