Hair care goes beyond the sa­lon

Shepparton News - - WEEKEND HEALTH - BRIT­TANY WHITTEN www.GOTAFE.vic.edu.au/cam­pus-life/sa­lons/

The Goul­burn Ovens In­sti­tute of TAFE hair­dress­ing crew is well aware of how a trip to the sa­lon can make you feel.

Whether it’s a cut, colour, to­tal restyle or a quick re­fresh, time in­vested in your hair in the sa­lon adds a spring to your step.

Hair­dressers al­ways man­age to make you feel great about your­self when leav­ing the sa­lon, be­cause noth­ing beats the feel­ing of super-soft, shiny and healthy hair.

If you want to ex­tend the life­span of your In­sta­gram-wor­thy hair and the feels that come with it, why not con­sider how to Åt hair main­te­nance into your beauty regime?

In­vest­ing time and ef­fort in your hair does not have to be difÅcult, you just need to know the lit­tle tricks of how to keep it look­ing and feel­ing fresh for as long as pos­si­ble.

An ideal way to do this is with home treat­ments.

True, it can be a bit of a process Ånd­ing the one that’s right for you, but dis­cuss this with your hair­dresser as they are qual­iÅed in recog­nis­ing the needs of your hair.

Hair­dress­ing stu­dents at GOTAFE are trained to iden­tify dif­fer­ent hair types such as dry, oily and com­bi­na­tion. They can rec­om­mend a treat­ment plan that can eas­ily be in­cor­po­rated into your reg­u­lar rou­tine.

The prod­ucts used in our sa­lons are avail­able for pur­chase, tak­ing the has­sle out of search­ing for the prod­ucts some­where else.

There are sa­lon-ex­clu­sive treat­ments and also treat­ments that can be ap­plied in the com­fort of your own home be­tween sa­lon vis­its.

We rec­om­mend vis­its to the sa­lon every eight to 10 weeks with reg­u­lar hair­cuts to min­imise split ends and break­age.

Hair mois­ture masks can be a sim­ple way to pam­per your­self and helps nour­ish and hy­drate your hair, leav­ing it look­ing healthy and vi­brant.

If you are ready to make a change and hy­drate those beau­ti­ful locks of yours, come in and see our lovely team — or ask your own hair­dresser about de­vel­op­ing a treat­ment plan to suit you. You won’t re­gret it.

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