What kinds of changes can clients expect to see in their hair and scalp over the cooler winter season?
The one thing I experience with my clients, especially my blondes is they have showers and rinse/wash their hair in hot hot hot water which causes colour fade, dehydration of their pre-lightened hair and also strips natural oils from the scalp and causes premature oily roots where your scalp is producing more oils to soothe a striped back scalp. Always be mindful to rinse your hair in warm to hot water not searing hot to prevent this from happening and use a good quality hydration shampoo and conditioner such as MOROCCANOIL Hydrating Shampoo & MOROCCANOIL Hydrating Conditioner. And if you’re a blonde, MOROCCANOIL Blonde Perfecting Purple Shampoo & MOROCCANOIL Blonde Perfecting Purple Conditioner’s tone correcting formula will be your best friend at refreshing dull highlights and sealing in shine.
What are your top winter haircare tips?
Less is more, make sure you cut down on hot water on your hair and scalp in the shower. Now is the time to see your hairdresser for a professional targeted treatment in the salon and give the hair a boost of hydration and restore your hair and scalp. Even I am a culprit of hot showers in winter but I always make sure I back up the heat with calming cool water and if my scalp starts to get dry I use MOROCCANOIL’s Dry Scalp Treatment to calm, soothe and rebalance my scalp if it starts to get irritated through the dryer cooler months.
What products do you recommend for nourishing dehydrated hair?
MOROCCANOIL Weightless Hydration Mask is my go to, to help infuse and protect the hair with hydrating lipids, think of it like putting moisturiser on dehydrated/ sensitive skin.
What hair styles, haircuts or hair colour trends are you seeing/being asked for at ACADEMIE Salon this winter?
We are still having the lust for healthy shiny locks our most requested trend, whether it’s on short hair, shaggy textures or long hair, the key request is to have the best quality hair both visually and condition.