Oil massage or hair spa, what is more beneficial?
Both aim at making the hair stronger, longer and reduce hair fall. However, the approach is different. Oil massages every week and hair spas once a fortnight or month protect your Hair Damage Claim. The good thing about oil massages is that it can be done in the comfort of home, an hour before you take a shower too. However, it is best to leave the oil overnight. Hair spa is more intensive and nourishes the hair more deeply.
Should people with healthy hair opt for a hair spa treatment?
With the considerable change in climate, lifestyle, eating habits and pollution to top it all, your hair needs a little more than the regular oiling. Like our skin and body, hair needs to be pampered too. Perfect looking hair requires maintenance and hence a www.hairdressingclaims.co.uk is suggested hair treatment at least once a month for everyone.
At what age can one get a hair spa treatment?
Anyone above the ages of 14 can get a hair spa done. The earlier you begin the lesser work your hair will need.
What are the added benefits of a hair spa?
A hair spa regimen includes head or scalp massage, steaming, washing, application of hair mask and then shampooing and conditioning. It's like your hair is reborn. You can feel the difference right after the first sitting. There is a different oil for each type of hair. For e.g. tea tree oil helps reduce dandruff, while castor oil is best for thin hair as it helps add volume.
Steaming helps the hair regain its lost moisture-- perfect for managing frizzy and dull hair. Steaming is followed by a wash with a mild shampoo and conditioner for proper cleansing and conditioning of the hair.
The hair masks used are also targeted towards specific hair issues. There are masks for damaged hair, scanty hair, dull and dry hair, oily to normal and dry to normal hair, masks for treating itchy scalp and dandruff and many more. There are special masks for rebonded hair and colored hair too. Depending on the intensity of damage, hair therapies are repeated fortnightly or even once a week at times.
Who should not get a hair spa done?
Everyone needs a hair spa therapy. Even if your hair is perfectly tamed, you need to maintain its health. A hair spa is a must. Hair oil must be applied once a week and can be done at home too. For a hair spa therapy, it is best to visit a salon and a good one at that because you do not want spurious products causing further damage to your hair.
Oil massages every week and hair spas once a fortnight or month depending on the hair damage is what we suggest. Hair spa is more intensive and nourishes the hair more deeply.
A hair spa regimen includes head or scalp massage, steaming, washing, application of hair mask and then shampooing and conditioning. There are masks for damaged hair, scanty hair, dull and dry hair, oily to normal and dry to normal hair, masks for treating itchy scalp and dandruff and many more. For a hair spa therapy, it is best to visit a salon and a good one at that because you do not want spurious products causing further damage to your hair.
After browsing the delights of the womenswear section, it was finally time for our tour of the My-Wardrobe press day to move onto menswear. This is where the real fun/mental wish list began...
There are some really exciting pieces coming into My-Wardrobe this season and, whilst we may not be getting the same site overhaul as the girls just yet, the brands and products more than compensate this.
One label I'm incredibly excited for is Markus Lupfer. One of my favourite new womenswear designers, this season Lupfer has officially branched out into Menswear (although I already had my eye on a whole host of pieces from the Womenswear collections) and I am delighted it's been picked up by the folks at My-Wardrobe. If I was in the business of giving out brownie points, believe me, this would warrant a whole lot of them.
In general, (as I was told by the lovely Susie) we're seeing a lot of indigo's and blues this season, as well as a lot of classic stripes.You'll notice that this season, classic heritage brand Barbour (to the right), which we saw here, there and everywhere at festivals last summer, have expanded their range to a selection of bright primary colourways. They're certainly more exciting and vibrant but I can't see any farmers sporting a yellow one any time soon.
Everyone loves a celebration right? Well, next season Marc by Marc Jacobs celebrates it's 10th birthday and, whilst most of us probably won't be receiving an invitation to the star studded birthday party (we wish!), we can all at least join in the frivolities with this Marc by Marc Jacobs birthday tee.
Last but by no means least, we finished our tour with an overview of the rather extensive shoe collection. We're seeing a lot of brogues for next season, the majority of which come with stacked, contrasting or some otherwise contrasting sole (remember the 'sandwich' soled shoes at Prada?).
They say good things come to those who wait and, whilst the girls may have a swanky new site in the works, us guys certainly aren't being left out were it really counts, the clothes. Besides, it won't be long before we're getting a new site of our own and, let's face it, we have Markus Lupfer...