How to care for your hair after a salon treatment

    Stepping out of the salon with freshly styled, nourished hair is a fantastic feeling. But to maintain that salon-quality look and maximize the benefits of your treatment, proper aftercare is crucial.

    Here are some key tips to ensure your hair stays healthy and vibrant:

    1. Skip the Shampoo (For a While): This might sound counterintuitive, but resist the urge to wash your hair immediately after certain treatments. Coloring, perms, and some deep conditioning treatments require time for the product to fully penetrate the hair shaft. For optimal results, wait at least 24-48 hours before shampooing.

    2. Embrace Gentle Cleansing: Once you can wash your hair, opt for sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners. Sulfates, while effective cleansers, can strip away color and natural oils, especially for treated hair. Look for products formulated for color-treated or processed hair, which are often gentler and more nourishing.

    3. Condition Like a Queen: Deep conditioning is your best friend after a salon treatment. Increase the frequency of deep conditioning treatments to replenish moisture and strengthen hair. Leave-in conditioners are also great for daily use, providing extra hydration and manageability.

    4. Heat is a Treat (But Not Too Often): Heat styling tools can damage even the healthiest hair. Minimize blow-drying, straightening, or curling. If heat styling is necessary, use a heat protectant spray and keep the temperature setting on low.

    5. Embrace the Air Dry: Whenever possible, let your hair air dry naturally. This minimizes heat damage and allows your hair to retain its natural texture and volume.


    6. Be Gentle with Your Strands: Detangling can be a nightmare for treated hair. Use a wide-tooth comb and start at the ends, working your way up to the roots to avoid breakage.

    7. Sun Protection Matters: Just like your skin, your hair needs protection from the sun’s harmful UV rays. Use a leave-in conditioner or hairspray with SPF to shield your locks from sun damage and color fading.

    8. Healthy Habits for Healthy Hair: A balanced diet rich in vitamins and minerals is essential for overall hair health. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated and nourish your hair from the inside out.

    9. Regular Trims are Key: Split ends can travel up the hair shaft, making it look frizzy and unhealthy. Schedule regular trims (every 6-8 weeks) to remove split ends and keep your hair looking its best.

    10. Consult Your Stylist: Every head of hair is unique. Discuss aftercare routines with your stylist specifically tailored to your hair type and the treatment you received.

    Salons that offers hair treatments:

    Avone Beauty Secrets – Kallang Wave Mall

    Address1 Stadium Place #01-50, Kallng Wave
    397628 Singapore
    Working HoursMonday to Saturday: 10:00am to 8:00pm
    Sunday: 10:00am to 7:00pm

    Ravissant Hair Studio

    Address75 Tras Street
    79014 Singapore
    Tanjong Pagar
    Working HoursMonday to Saturday: 10:00am to 8:00pm
    Sunday: 10:00am to 7:00pm

    Sassy Hair Studio

    Address20 Malacca Street #12-00, Malacca Center
    048979 Singapore
    Raffles Place
    Working HoursMonday to Saturday: 11:30am to 9:30pm
    Sunday: 11:00am to 7:30pm

    Luxe XM

    Address465C Joo Chiat Road
    427677 Singapore
    Marine Parade
    Working HoursMonday to Sunday: 11:30am to 7:00pm

    The Mockingjay – Organic Salon

    Address10 Eunos Road 8 #02-129, Singapore Post Centre Retail Mall
    408600 Singapore
    Paya Lebar
    Working HoursMonday to Saturday: 10:00am to 8:00pm
    Sunday: 10:00am to 7:00pm

    Ready to maintain that salon-fresh look? Vaniday offers a wide range of hair care products and styling services to keep your hair healthy and vibrant. Book an appointment with a top-rated salon stylist today and keep your hair looking fabulous!

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