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    06/20/2011

    Haircare Questions Answered

    What type of hairstyle would you suggest for a job interview?

    The best hairstyle for a job interview should look neat, conservative and presentable. I wouldn’t suggest one that cover up your face. It’s best to choose a hairstyle that would keep you from playing with it if you get anxious or nervous. Also, if you have bangs in which you normally push behind your ears on a regular basis, it’s best to pin them back.

    What products would you suggest for damaged hair?

    If you have damaged hair, that also means you have dry hair. I would recommend “Damage Remedy Restructuring Shampoo and Conditioner” by Aveda. It helps repair dry, damaged hair, even if it has been chemically treated. If you often use heat styling, such as a blow dryer, I would recommend using “Damage Remedy Daily Hair Repair” and “Damage Remedy Intensive Restructuring Treatment” both by Aveda. “Daily Hair Repair” instantly repairs damaged hair by 26%; helps protect from heat styling and detangles. “Intensive Restructuring Treatment” helps repair hair and gives long lasting moisture.

    How do you like to accessorize yours and your clients’ hair?

    there are many different ways to accessorize your hair. They all depend on personal likes, dislikes, and the desired effect you want. Maybe hair clips, as there is a variety of designs on hair clips, and looks that can be achieved using them. For short hair, you may want to try hair extensions. For longer hair, if you are putting your hair p, you could possibly use a bun wrap. They also have a variety of designs. You could also lace in feathers or beads. This is good for both long and short hair.

    What type of hairstyles do you recommend for budget conscious clients?

    For long hair, you might want to try something that’s long and loose. All you might need for this would be a curling iron and some mousse. If you have short hair, you could try texturizing your hair. A little gel should do the trick for this one. The use of hair pins works for both long and short hair is a plus because they come in a variety of styles.

    What tips do you have to avoid summer time sun damage to your hair?

    I believe the best way to prevent sun damage is the use of “Sun Care Protective Hair Veil” by Aveda. It comes in a spray bottle and can be applied to dry or damp hair before or during exposure to sun. This product helps protect hair from sun exposure for up to 16 hours. It also minimizes color fading, damage, and dryness caused by exposure to the sun.

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