Dry Winter Air, Means Dry Hair
Attention All Styles of Hair!
Winter is coming and in Alberta, that means dry air and dry hair.
Being proactive and taking proper care of your hair will help combat that dry, brittle feeling hair this winter.
At Sharper Image Hair Design, we have got you covered with many products to keep your hair healthy and happy during this chilly season. You simply need to follow our three-step process to keeping your hair full of moisture to look and feel great no matter how cold and the weather is.
Washing Your Hair
Eleven Australia’s Hydrate My Hair shampoo and conditioner duo is the perfect pair. Helps to hydrate and nourish the hair while being so light weight, it won’t weigh down even the finest hair.
Treating Dry Hair
3 minute repair from Eleven Australia is a moisture and protein blend to help treat dry and damaged hair.
The Neuma NeuMoisture Intensive Masque is an all natural, deeply hydrating hairmask to help bring life back to dry, limp hair.
Leave In Tips
7 Seconds Detangler is a triple threat: a detangler and leave in conditioner that provides heat protection. Spray in damp or dry hair. This hair car product removes tangles with ease without making hair feel oily or greasy.
The Miracle Hair treatment from Eleven Australia has 11 benefits; it helps to strengthen and provide moisture, to name a few. Apply to damp hair and blow dry or air dry for protection and hydration.
Neuma instant fix: formulated without synthetic fragrances, parabens, glutens and many more harmful chemicals, it helps to provide moisture, shine and improving manageability while making tangles disappear.
Stop by the shop to get your hair ready for the season!
A special thank you goes out to Hunter Lane for today's photography and hair care tips to help your hair and scalp retain moisture this upcoming fall and winter dry season.
Hair Care Expert:
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