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5 Hairstyling Tips for Returning to Work post-COVID  What is one big issue that most people will have returning to work post-COVID? Getting work ready and learning how to style their hair again. People went from getting up and getting ready every day to staying at home in their PJs for more than a year. It will be tough going back to having to get ready every day again, but this article will go into some tips on how to easily style your hair again for returning to work post-COVID.  1. Overnight braids! One easy hairstyle to do is to braid your hair after your shower the night before you go to work, you will wake up with beautiful waves and no heat is required! You can do as many braids as you want: two, four, six. It just depends on how wavy you want your hair! This is a great hairstyle to do post-COVID since it is so easy to do and requires very little time.  2. Prepare for a big chop Due to COVID, it may have been quite a while since you have gotten your last haircut. Chopping off a good chunk of your hair can help make things easier to style your hair returning to work post-COVID. Getting rid of split ends can also help make styling your hair easier and make your hair look healthier again! So, if you are ready for shorter and healthier hair, prepare for a big chop. When planning your hair salon visit, think about how short you want to go! 3. Leave the braid in! This hairstyle is even easier to do than the first one mentioned. You can just braid your hair either the night before or the morning of work, and just leave it in! Braids are a great way to keep your hair under control and have great style throughout your day. It helps keep everything in place and keeps you from messing with your hair. You can do any type of braid you want: French, Dutch, Fishtail, Latter, and so many others! 4. Utilize dry shampoo! Dry shampoo is a great product to use. It helps to simply refresh your hair in-between washes and keep your current style in place. There are some that are pure white and some that are tinted so that it blends in with your hair better. This is a quick way to keep your hair looking fresh and stylish! 5. Messy buns overnight save your life Messy buns for easy hairstyling are your best friend for returning work post-COVID. You can leave in the bun for work or let it down and have effortless waves. A messy bun is always a great hairstyle to have and can be seen as both a professional look or more casual. It is wonderfully versatile! These are just a few tips for styling your hair for work post-COVID. There are tons more you can try but hopefully these tips help for your post-COVID return to work!    Schedule your appointment for a fresh cut with us today!

For Perfect Hair Volume & Bounce We are quickly approaching the end of the year. Undoubtedly, everyone is gearing up for an unusual holiday season. For the most part, many of us will be holding very small and quiet gatherings, perhaps virtual celebrations will be in place this year. Either way, we still want to look our very best, and nothing says happy festive mood than beautiful revitalize voluminous hair.  We turn to hair stylist Valerie Hyams for answers on how to achieve the perfect hair bounce this holiday season. In fact, as a Kérastase ambassador, Valerie showed us how the new Chronologiste line is the hair savior we’ve all been waiting for!  Model: Samantha Kumiko Photographer: Riccardo Piazza  “I absolutely love the new Chronologiste line. It is one of the most versatile hair care lines I've ever worked with. It is designed to revitalize the hair from scalp to ends. The results are mind blowing bounce, volume and gorgeous shine.” Valerie Hyams, Fabio Scalia Brooklyn Heights Chronologiste by Kerastase What makes this collection so special?  “The ingredients used are what makes this line a game changer. In fact, Chronologiste is formulated with Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin E, and Abyssine.”  Can you explain in layman's terms?  “Absolutely! Hyaluronic acid moisturizes and hydrates both the scalp and fiber. Next, vitamin E works as a protector from external aggressors. Finally, abyssine is the invigorating agent that regenerates the hair fiber and results in that bounce we all crave” What is your favorite product from the line?  “Without a doubt the Pre-Cleanse Regenerant. Because of the charcoal, it purifies the scalp and removes all impurities. Admittedly, amazing hair cannot happen if you don’t pay proper attention to the scalp. It’s the root of everything!”  Apply for thermal protection and complete frizz control Final Results Model: Samantha Kumiko Photographer: Riccardo Piazza  Drop a comment below, and book your next appointment by clicking right here. 

In previous posts, we’ve talked about the importance of using high-quality products to maintain healthy hair. In addition to having the right products, what you eat also makes a huge impact on your hair and scalp’s condition. We have listed 10 nutritious foods below that will help you achieve the ultimate #hairgoals you’ve always aspired to. Fill up your kitchen with these nutrients to grow your healthiest hair ever. Walnuts Smoother skin, healthy hair and brighter eyes are a few of many benefits of eating walnuts. Walnuts are a terrific source of zinc, an ingredient known to strengthen hair follicles. Almonds Almonds eaten in moderation have proven to have a positive impact on human’s health. This also includes the condition of your strands. The nut is a great source of vitamin E which researchers say is particularly good for keeping your locks thick and lustrous. You heard it right – this gives you another reason to dive into that almond butter jar! Spinach Spinach is filled with nutritious ingredients such as sebum, iron, omega-3, potassium, magnesium, and calcium. All mentioned help keeping hair lustrous, shiny and hydrated. Salmon Besides from being a good source of protein, salmon is a rich source of Omega-3’s. These are anti-inflammatory and enable you to grow hair faster and keep it shiny and full. Eggs Eggs are packed with biotin, a B vitamin which improves the growth of the hair. You can also find biotin in almonds, salmon and