INVEST IN YOUR HAIR

// INVEST IN YOUR HAIR
The Cut.
The Condition.
The Tools.

// THE CUT
Finding the right hairdresser is key to your success with your hair. It’s so important to take into consideration your lifestyle, face shape, hair texture and maintenance. Any great stylist will work with you on these.

 

// THE CONDITION
OLAPLEX
This is beneficial for chemically coloured hair , you can prevent your hair from breaking and repair the damaged strands . This product links the bonds back together. It works by strengthening from inside and reconnects the strand structure where broken. No .3 take home treatment is recommended to use once a week and is well worth the investment.

 

// THE TOOLS
HAIRDRYERS

Choosing a blow-dryer isn't always an easy choice however, if you invest in a good one it should last for years. Getting a dryer with the right wattage means you're not over drying and putting unnecessary stress on the hair. A dryer between 1800-3500 watts will provide enough heat to style hair while minimising the risk of burning it. With that said, a dryer with an inbuilt cooling feature adds to your investment.

Parlux is the international work-horse, industry standard, tried and tested dryer.
Our Top 3:
Parlux 1800 Eco - $144.95
Parlux 3200 Ceramic - $199.95
Parlux 385 Power Light Ionic and Ceramic - $239.00

BRUSHES
When blow-drying your hair at home use a boar bristle round brush. Boar bristle brushes speed up your drying time and prevent breakage without putting unnecessary stress on your hair. Metal brushes can break hair giving you more bad hair days.

Take the time and money to invest in a good brush, different hair types require different tensions for styling. When it comes to your hair brush it's not one size fits. Keep in mind this is probably the one item coming in contact with your hair more than any other. It's important it gets along with your hair.

Fine Hair
YS Park Black Tiger Carbon Fibre brush $95.95 - $147.95

Straightening/Thicker Hair
YS Park Super G Series Hairbrush $83.95 - $141.95

Editor

Digital Thump, Sydney