If you dye and style your hair as often as I do, you’ll totally need a moisturizing hair treatment. I try to have treatments for dry hair at least once a month so I can restore my hair quality back to its healthy, shiny state. I can feel the difference if I don’t get to do this because it becomes a lot more difficult to comb and style my hair.
Freshly shampooed hair! I had a conversation with the Status Salon Tomas Morato people about haircare in different countries. Because we live in a humid, tropical country, it’s totally understandable for us Filipinos to wash our hair everyday, unlike those in other countries who only wash their hair every other day (or even only once/twice a week - yikes!). Just don’t overdo it by shampooing a million times and using insane amounts of shampoo every single time. I learned that it’s better to dilute your shampoo with water so you just get the right amount! Too much would remove the moisture in your hair completely.
It’s these little things that make such a huge difference!
Treatment time! The one for dry hair has aloe vera extract in it for “healing” purposes.
Free scalp massage too - yay!
They wrapped my hair and let the treatment set for 20 minutes before washing it off.
Voila! Healthy hair! I resisted the urge to cut and dye my hair this month because I feel like my hair needs to rest.
Based on my own personal experience, I don’t recommend drastically changing hair color every month (unless you’re going to do your roots only). However, if you really have to, drop by Status Salon and get a moisturizing treatment as often as you can!
My usual stylist Jimmy wasn’t available the day I visited so here’s Mr. Orlan helping me out with some fresh clip-on extensions to match my dark hair color!
The extensions they offer at Status Salon are 100% human hair so you can style them with heat and hair products as you would your real hair.
Long, dark hair is in! Thanks to Status Salon for taking care of me, as usual!