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Mindfulness

Getting the Benefits of Hairwash

by Michell Spoden

Most of us have a traditional mindset when we think about going to the hair salon. We think that when we go and get our hair done, we are just thinking about things like a cut, style maybe a permanent wave, highlight, or color. But today I would like to inspire you on another option you have at the hair salon that may not be practiced as much. It is just simply going and getting your hair washed. Some of the benefits are going out of the house and just getting pampered. The cost is usually under ten dollars and you will have a nice massaged head wash.

If hair washing is done correctly, it should leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed. You will also get a professional product used on your hair. Most hair salons do use professional products and many times we think that the products we are using already on our hair are indeed the best, when what we really need is just to educate ourselves a little bit more on the options that are out there.

Using the right products for your hair can make a world of difference and that can include aiding in some issues such as, shine, condition, hair growth, hair loss, knots, and much more. New and improved products are always coming out and for reasons such; you can’t use a 1970’s hair spray on some of the new hair styles. In addition, if you have color treated hair the strides they are making on hair care products are amazing. You will be getting educated in one sense, and in another, experiencing the different ways in which many salons treat their clientele. This could also be beneficial for those with a disability, your kids and the elderly.

About the Author

Michell Spoden is the author of Stricken Yet Crowned and is also pursuing a transitional housing project for woman with an agricultural aspect. She has a degree in Business Science Administration and is finishing her bachelor’s in Project Management.

 

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