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Taking Care of Your Hair While on Vacation


Here are some tips to keep your hair in the best condition:

1 - Moisturize your hair before any flight, and it's also good to keep it moisturized throughout a long-haul flight. 2 - Use serums or natural oils before you style your hair. 3 - Apply dry shampoo if you can't wash your hair. 4 - Look for hair-care products with SPF. 5 - Use a wide-tooth comb to prevent breakage. 6 - Before your trip to the beach, apply a leave-in conditioner to prevent saltwater damage. Leave-in conditioners can help you tame frizz and maintain shine as they lock in hydration. Before heading to the beach, also consider using a deep conditioning treatment. 7 - Wearing a hat or scarf to protect your hair from the elements. 8 - Rinse your hair before and after you swim, also incorporate clarifying shampoo into your weekly routine. Clarifying shampoos help gently remove excess oil and chlorine buildup without that dreaded drying effect. Use Paul Mitchell Shampoo Three to help restore your scalp’s natural preferred pH while leaving your hair bouncy, soft and more manageable. 9 - Use restorative hair treatments in your post-swim hair care routine. On a weekly basis, you can use a hair mask with ingredients such as argan oil and shea butter that help fortify hair, increase elasticity, and promote a healthier look and glossy hair.

Stock up on your favorite TRAVEL SIZE products!

It is vacation time for some and now is a great time to stock up on travel size products. Did you know, each passenger may carry liquids, gels and aerosols in travel-size containers that are 3.4 ounces or 100 milliliters? Each passenger is limited to one quart-size bag of liquids, gels and aerosols. The larger sizes would need to go into your checked suitcase.

Stop in today to stock up, give us a call at 914-337-1482, or shop on our website to put them aside for you.


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