Winter Weather Woe's

Low Bun
Low Bun


With all the cold, dry air lately, our hair is going from shiny & vivid, to dry and dull. During the winter season it's important to keep your hair moisturized. One of the best ways is with the help of a deep conditioning treatment. Here at Reveal we offer a variety of signature treatments that are suitable for everyone, and will put the WOW factor back into your hair.

MARIAS TIP OF THE WEEK::  During the winter season you want to retain your hairs natural oils and keep it as moisturized as possible. Not washing your hair everyday is a simple way to help maintain the quality of your hair during the cold, dry months. We recommend washing your hair at least every other day. To combat the greasy look, that could be caused by waiting a day or two, we suggest trying a some type of dry cleanser/shampoo. We love Thermafuse - Cleansing Powder - sold at Reveal. The cleansing powder is a fantastic product, it absorbs excess oil, neutralizes odor, and gives a little boost of volume. And it couldn't be easier to use, lightly sprinkle the powder into your hair, and brush through.

Now, have you ever been to the salon to get your hair done in some type of updo and the stylist tells you to come with your hair dirty? That's because some styles just hold better with dirty hair...here are 3 simple styles that work better with dirty hair::

#1 - Low Bun : Buns help you by hiding your part line, by combing your hair back you cover where oil is most obvious.

#2 - Braid : Braids are great because they add the right amount of texture to the look of your hair which helps to hide the look of grease.

#3 - Curls : Curls are one of the best styles because they hold better and longer on unwashed hair.

Hopefully we gave you a little more confidence to go dirty. Stay warm and conditioned, and check in next week for more from Beauty Reveal!

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