If you've overdone it with the purple shampoo, You may find that the purple shampoo has turned your hair purple. So we've got some advice for you and how you can rectify it.
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We've noticed that the phrase "Sulphate-Free" is being thrown around a lot at the moment and with all things, People are asking well what is a sulphate free shampoo and should I be using one? Many people though may not know what sulphates are! I certainly didn't until I entered the world of hairdressing!
So we're going to go through what sulphates are, what they do to your hair and why you should or shouldn't be using a sulphate-free shampoo.
Learn everything you could ever want to know about Argan Oil, Where it originates from, How it's made and why it's perhaps on the more pricey side of hair care products!
You'll also come to see tha there are less expensive products on the Argan Oil market that do everythign you need and more for prices that won't break the bank!
Top tips for hair dye removal from skin
So for all of you out there whoʼve dyed your hair; whether itʼs tidying up your hairline at the Salon or completely losing the tops of your ears after using a home kit (Donʼt worry, weʼve all been there!), at some point weʼve needed to remove hair dyes from our skin. Depending on how and what you use, this can be a quick wipe or stubborn scrub, here are a few facts, top tips, and products to save you from the latter.
If you’re new to hair dying or just curious about itʼs effects, you may want to know if hair dye is damaging to you. The short answer is no. As hair dye is meant to potentially be on your skin for the duration of the dying process it is designed to be harmless, however, some people do have reactions to certain chemicals such as Paraphenylenediamine (PPD), which is why it is always recommended to do a test patch with new products and dyes around 24 hours before. Donʼt worry, reactions to this are usually due to sensi
- Right then! Let's learn about 1920s hairstyles! Whilst researching this topic I came to realize that it's actually quite a popular topic however when you consider the size of the internet, there really isn't much written about it at all! It was almost over 100 years ago I guess!
Ok, So, everybody is dyeing their hair right now! Yes, Everybody! Even your great aunt Mildred! Bless her.. But, if you're thinking of joining this club you've probably been asking yourself "What Colour Should I Dye My Hair?" I've asked myself this many times, Only because I’m running out of colours to choose though of course!
So, These suggestions can obviously be taken with a pinch of salt! If our blog says that red is more your colour but you want blue then seriously, just go blue and rock that style!
Start With The Blonde Bombshell!
Right then, we'll start off with the blonde bombshell! I'm sure that at some point in your lives you've wanted to g
Is Affinage Vegan Friendly?
Yes! They are vegan friendly, The the exception of the Kitoko Protein Additive which contains Keratin. Keratin is produced from humanely extracted wool residue which is the ONLY animal-derived ingredient used by ASP. We literally didn't want to write 1000 words on why Affinage is vegan friendly, just to get to the bottom to tell you yes. Whilst this blog post may actually be longer than that I feel it's important to get the answer that you actually came for quickly.
Is ASP Vegan?
Yes, Affinage have rebranded and are now known as ASP, So with the exception of the Protein Additive, All ASP hair products are vegan-friendly.
Is Affinage PPD Free?
Yes, Affinage, Affinage hair colour is PPD free!
We're A Vegan-Friendly Salon in Wolverhampton
So, we've noticed the trend over the last few years of Veganism becoming very popular, Understandably we wanted to maintain our high level of service
Osmo Super Silver Shampoo is has been made for people that have blonde, grey or super-lightened hair. It has been highly pigmented with violet pigments. This is to neutralise yellow and brassy tones in the hair which build up for various reasons such as, smoking, styling products and polutants you are exposed to every day within the atmosphere.
There are many reasons that people have made the choice to become vegan over the last year and we believe that all those reasons are good! Protecting animals from suffering, helping to save the planet, personal health... Whatever your reason, there are good intentions behind it.
We've noticed the increasing popularity with veganism and we've made the change to our products and become a vegan-friendly salon in Wolverhampton. As far as we're aware we're the first salon in Wolverhampton to be advertising as vegan friendly.