Maria Nila, the buzzy Swedish brand making waves with their natural, vegan, cruelty-free professional haircare products, has just launched their revolutionary two-step bleaching treatment to give you lighter, brighter locks without the harsh peroxide and dyes of harsh, old-school bleach. No more fried hair that smells like you walked out of a chemical factory — who doesn’t like the sound of that?
Now, more than ever, it’s time to be conscious of what you put on (and in) your body. Mother Earth needs our help, and as consumers, we have choices to make. Luckily for us, eco-conscious brands exist that make us look fantastic while contributing positively to our environment.
How will you show your love when it comes to your hair? ❤️ The Natural Hair Salon is proud to carry vegan brands Maria Nila and Neuma to keep your hair care decisions as easy breezy as a summer’s day.
Being blonde may mean you have more fun, it also means you now can’t wing it when it comes to hair care. If you’re already a blonde, you know this and if you’re going blonde, pay close attention. Your hair routine must change along with your lighter shades.
Embracing hygge (the Danish word for cozy) is a great way to combat the winter blues. Consider these steps as hygge for your hair. Take action right now to make sure the weather combined with dry indoor heat can wreak havoc on your lovely mane. Breakage and split ends aren’t just a summertime sadness. It happens in winter, and to all manner of hair types. In order to have fabulous hair all year long, there are a few precautions you should take throughout the year.
Do you like experimenting with different colours in your hair? Does your faded colour need a bit of freshening up? Maria Nila colour refresh is one do-it-at-home solution. This is a gentle hair masque that leaves your hair softer and deposits a fresh shade of colour that lasts 4-10 washes!
Now that you’ve made this worthy splurge, it’s time to talk proper care. To ensure a long-lived look, it’s essential to get the maintenance rituals for your hair extensions down pat. Here are the dos and don’ts when it comes to preserving these luxe hairdo additions.
I know you’re home alone but that’s no reason to resort to cutting your own hair (or anyone else’s for that matter) or heading to the pharmacy for box dye (don’t do it). I’ve been granted an exclusive interview with the absolute expert in this field, Philip Ferreira and I want to share his wise words, before it’s too late!
It’s a fact that many women experiences changes in their hair during pregnancy. These often include an increase in hair density and shininess, and may also include changes in hair texture (such as more or less natural curl), slight changes in colour, and increased hair growth speed. A hair colouring appointment might be desired to keep up with the new growth, or simply as a treat. If you are pregnant or trying to get pregnant, you may be wondering – is it safe for my baby’s health to colour my hair during pregnancy?
Fine, flat hair does have some perks – you won’t lose your morning blow-drying it, and you’ll save those dollars on shampoo and conditioner. When you want to style it with volume and body that lasts, this hair type can get frustrating quickly. Our solution is NEUMA’S NEUVOLUME line, which is crafted to bring long-lasting volume and body to hair without weighing it down.
1. Learn to wash without shampoo. I’ll shampoo every 4th or 5th wash, which is less than once per week. I’ll use straight water, or conditioner for the other washes. My hair is of “average” oiliness – you can adjust for your own.
Dry, brittle, frizzy, or unpleasantly fluffy hair? There can be different causes of this sorry state, but a common one that I see in clients (and my former self) is shampooing too often, not conditioning enough, or (usually) both.
I’ll make the bold claim that no-one needs to shampoo every day, and that this practice is very hard on your hair. Depending on how oily your hair gets, and how many products you use in it, you can probably dial your shampooing back to 1-2 times per week.
At the Natural Hair Salon, we offer 2 types of hair straightening – Japanese Straightening and Cezanne Keratin Straightening. Japanese Straightening is a popular way of permanently straightening wavy, coarse or curly hair, that originated in Japan in the 1990’s. Cezanne Keratin Smoothing is a smoothing procedure where keratin is the primary ingredient. Both methods have their benefits, so if you’ve been thinking about getting your hair straightened, here is a quick breakdown of the differences.