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Revive Your Hair for Fall

Revive Your Hair for Fall

Chances are, your hair doesn’t always behave the way you want it to. Sometimes it’s dry and frizzy, or maybe it tangles too quickly or won’t hold a style. Since we’re just coming off of summer, and since summer is notoriously hard on your hair, we’re here to talk about how we can help you revive your hair heading into fall!

A professional hair treatment can solve many of the most common issues at the root of unmanageable hair. Here at Jon Lori Salon, we have a variety of hair treatments to help you address whatever hair dilemma you might be facing.

Redken PH Bonder. Often used in conjunction with a hair color treatment, pH-Bonder protects bonds, balances pH, and preserves fiber integrity. This treatment will actually help bond your new color to your hair and protect it from breakage and damage in the process.

Ouidad Deep Treatment Curl Restoration Therapy. If you have curly hair, you need this treatment! Ouidad is the authority when it comes to curl optimization, and this heat-activated deep treatment works at the cuticle level to replace the two proteins and eight amino acids you need for strong, fully nourished, healthy curls.

Curl Immersion Triple Treat Deep Conditioner. Another luxurious treatment by Ouidad, this conditioner moisturizes, seals, and restores curls. Coconut and avocado oils infuse your curls with maximum moisture without weighing them down, while grapeseed oil acts as a sealant to lock in hydration.

Don’t let unruly, misbehaving hair get you down. When you’re ready to restore your tresses to their well-behaved glory, our team of professionals here at the Jon Lori Salon can help. We truly believe that innovation and a genuine commitment to excellence will make a positive difference in the lives of our clients. You can find us at 553 River Road in Fair Haven, or give us a call on 732.741.8336. If you prefer, use our mobile app to instantly make the appointment that best suits your schedule. Download it for free from iTunes or Google Play.

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