Curly hair

The Washington Post Sunday - - DEAL HUNTER -

Un­ruly curls are one of the most com­mon causes of bad hair days, es­pe­cially dur­ing a steamy mid-At­lantic sum­mer.

For one month dur­ing the sum­mer, Bella Bethesda of­fers free 30-minute one-on-one con­sul­ta­tions for curly-headed clients. Along with a free sham­poo and styling ses­sion, cus­tomers can save 10 per­cent off on prod­ucts pur­chased dur­ing the ap­point­ment. StylistMe­gan Atkin­son notes that the sa­lon also of­fers more per­ma­nent so­lu­tions to tame

curls, in­clud­ing ker­atin treat­ments and Ja­panese straight­en­ing pro­cesses.

Grante notes that those with curly hair should be es­pe­cially vig­i­lant dur­ing a con­sul­ta­tion or ap­point­ment. “Astylist needs to rec­og­nize that length shrinks when the hair is dry. If you start to feel un­com­fort­able with the length, make sure to speak up,” he notes. “Men­tion to the stylist if you no­tice that he or she is ap­ply­ing in­con­sis­tent ten­sion to the curls when cut­ting the hair. . . that is an­other sign the hair­may be cut too short for curly-haired clients who like to wear their hair nat­u­ral.”

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