Every now and then our hair needs a little extra nourishment. Due to a number of factors, our hair becomes stressed and needs a little love. Whether it be neglect, over colouring or environmental factors, there's a need for a nourishing conditioner in your life. These conditioners help to restore balance to the hair, in addition to added proteins, minerals and vitamins.
Nourshing shampoos, conditioners and treatments are ideal for those with dry hair types. Since it's primary purpose is to restore hair moisture, they'll be the most likely to notice a difference. If you own a salon, you'll need to have at least one nourishing conditioner on hand.
Behind The Basin: Nourishment Is Needed
It's no secret to anyone that the colouring process is drying. Ingredients found in bleach and developers can be one of the leading causes of frizz and hair damage. For this reason, a salon conducting colouring services should have a nourishing conditioner behind the basin. After the colour and toner have been applied and rinsed, you'll add some nourishment back to the hair. This can be done by massaging the conditioner into the hairs cuticle. Running it under warm water and rubbing with your fingers can help to open the cuticle. This will then allow for the nutrients to be absorbed into the hair follicles.
Once it's had time to properly penetrate the hair, you then close the cuticle by rinsing the hair in cold water. Your clients will then be able to jump in the chair ready for their blowdry. By the time the end of the colouring service is complete, the client will walk away with their hair feeling better than when they first sat in the seat.