Curb­ing is an up­hill bat­tle. ZITA ZAMBO puts a mois­ture­boost­ing hair treat­ment to the test

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - BEAUTY -

I was im­pressed with my hair’s shine and soft feel upon leav­ing the salon and two weeks later, my hair still felt and looked healthy. My nat­u­ral curl has im­proved, looks health­ier and is more de­fined. Post ap­point­ment, it’s im­por­tant to take care of your hair by us­ing heat­pro­tect­ing prod­ucts, and an at-home mask like Kevin Mur­phy Born.Again Es­sen­tial Treat­ment will con­di­tion hair and keep it well mois­turised. Go­ing for a treat­ment and trim ev­ery 6-8 weeks is a vi­tal part of keep­ing your split ends at bay. Ne­glect­ing to do so will cause your hair to be­come weaker and your stylist may have to take more off the hair length to keep it in good con­di­tion. De­pend­ing on the sever­ity of the dam­age and length of your hair, Bi­jan’s in­tense hy­dra­tion treat­ments cost R250-R500, while a cut and blow costs R410-R520.

BI­JAN HAIR BOU­TIQUE Nel­son Man­dela Square, Sand­ton 011 783 9811 Bi­jan.co.za

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