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At ferricchia we offer advanced haircutting and coloring techniques. Each stylist brings with them an array of work experience from places such as Manhattan's trendy SOHO, Boston's upscale Newbury Street, and prestigious training at Vidal Sassoon Academies.

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

End of Summer Hair

That’s right, it’s the end of summer, and that means it’s time to indulge your locks with a reviving treatment. Autumn is a great time to start a hair regiment sure to carry you through the long cold winter months. Start now, with a hair care prescription and your hair will be sure to make it through to a healthy spring!

Our first recommendation is to start with a shampoo geared towards cleansing and repairing your hair. We love Rene Furterer’s Intense Nourishing Karite Shampoo for its rich but gentle cleansing power that nourishes and revives damaged hair and scalp. 

Sensitive scalp? Try Rene's Astera!
Complexe 5
Speaking of your scalp, a healthy scalp means healthy hair and now is no time to neglect those precious hair bulbs! Complexe 5 Regenerating Plant Extract provides a deep scalp cleanse and stimulates micro-circulation.

Next, we have to talk conditioner, one that really works – not something you rinse out after less than a minute! Think a luxurious herbal blend of Carthamus (Safflower) oil, Vitamin B5, Rosemary, and Bergamot packed into a gentle but hydro-nutritive Cartham mask. Squeeze out any excess moisture then let your hair drink up this nutritious delight for two to five minutes.

Last, but most certainly not the least important step, is a serum. A leave-in treatment designed to provide intense nutrition throughout the day, we can’t live without Rene Furterer’s Karite No Rinse Repairing Serum. Rich in shea oil, treating your hair for a minimum of twice a week will do wonders for your locks!  

Trust us, these basic steps will result in thicker, shinier, faster growing hair. By spring time your hair will be the topic (and envy) of all your friends conversations!

- Team Ferricchia

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