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THE BLOW BAR

The Bubbles Blow bar is the latest of our temptations.  We are devoted to the art of the perfect blowout. Our vision stems from the belief that every woman not only looks, but also feels better with great hair.  Our expertly trained team of stylists will transform your tresses with the latest in products, services, education, and home care.  We stress the importance of healthy hair and offer services such as blow dries, conditioning treatments, and styling that follow suit.  Start with a refreshing wash in our hair bath massage chair, prepare to be blown away.

Hair Care Tips

Hair, like nails, is an extension of your epidermis, the outer layer of your skin. It is composed mainly of protein. The typical hair cell stays with you for three to five years until it falls or grows out. Most of the time, it gets replaced. Because you spend so much time with your hair, particularly if you’re a woman, it deserves good care. So here are some hair care tips to help you keep your hair shiny, healthy, and beautiful:

  • Wash only when you need to
  • Rethink Shampoo. Use only a small dollop of a good quality shampoo that is sulphate and paraben free.
  • Get the right nutrients. Antioxidant vitamins A, C, and E, keep damaging factors like pollution, poor water quality, and sun exposure from causing problems. Boost your intake of these nutrients to heal damaged hair:
    • Protein
      Fortifies the hair and promotes growth. Food sources: beans, dairy products, eggs, fish, meat, and poultry.
    • Iron
      Oxygenates blood and boosts circulation in the scalp. Food sources: asparagus, dried fruit, egg yolks, legumes, red meat, dark leafy greens, and whole grains.
    • Omega-3s
      Prevent dryness and add moisture. Food sources: flaxseeds, sardines, soybeans, walnuts, and wild salmon.
    • Silica
      Strengthens the hair cuticle, boosting strands’ elasticity. Food sources: cabbage, celery, and steel-cut oats.
  • Color Wisely. Unhealthy dyes can leave your hair color flat and strands brittle. Used in many salon and home hair dyes, the ingredients ammonia and PPD (p-Phenylenediamine) expand the hair shaft and help color stick. By manipulating your hair’s natural structure, dyes make it tough to maintain a shiny, healthy-looking ‘do. Opt for a vegetable-based dyes follow it with a nourishing hair mask to help coat the hair cuticle and give it additional shine and resilience.
  • Protect your hair from the sun. Protect your hair by shading your strands or using a hair protector while in the sun. Too much UV exposure weakens the hair’s keratin (protein) and causes melanin oxidation, or discoloration, resulting in brassiness.
  • Brush gently with a natural bristle brush. In the days before women had easy access to thousands of hair-care products, a nightly hair-brushing session was de rigueur. As it turns out, our forebears were on to something: Brushing helps move oil from hair’s roots to its ends, conditioning strands evenly, protecting them, and eliminating the tangles that can lead to breakage down the road.
  • Pamper your hair with a mini massage and deep conditioner. Head massage stimulates circulation hence hair growth.
  • Handle Wet Hair with Care. Wet hair is easily broken so avoid brushing and limit exposure to heated styling tools.
  • Stop Stressing. Ongoing extreme stress can also thin your hair. Add yoga, mindfulness meditation, or other relaxation techniques to your daily routine.
  • Detox Your Strands. Switching from your usual shampoo to a clarifying version can help to remove build up from styling products. These deep-cleaning formulas strip away buildup that accrues from hair products and environmental pollutants. Alternatively, use a solution of one spoon baking soda and three cups of water as a rinse to remove residues. To avoid over-cleaning, use one a month or less as needed.