Splitting Hairs? Three Salon Hair Services To Try

When you go to the salon to get your hair done, chances are good that you're just there for a simple hair cut (or for a cut and color if your hair seems to be fading a bit). But there are many other hair-centric treatments that your local salon offers that can help heal your hair, change up your look, or just breathe new life into a hairstyle that you've had for years. So if you're looking for a few salon hair treatments to try that go past just snipping split ends, then here's what you need to know.

Deep Conditioning

You know how once or twice a year your carpets just get too dirty for your regular vacuum to handle (even though you vacuum it every week) and you have to get it deep conditioned in order to restore its color and luster? The same thing happens with your hair; because you expose it to the outside world (and to hair products, brushes, flat irons, curlers, blow driers, etc.…), every so often it's going to need a deep conditioning to revive it and bring it back to its former moisturized and healthy state. Most salons offer a deep conditioning treatment, which is especially helpful for hair that's been repeatedly dyed or if your scalp is perennially dry and/or flaky.

Hair Extensions

Just like up-do's and wigs help long hair lovers experience a shorter 'do, hair extensions can give a short haired girl live on the long side of life for a bit and try out new hairstyles that they couldn't do before. Hair extensions have come a long way since the beaded monstrosities of the mid-to-late nineties, and can be matched exactly to your hair color, giving your locks a seamless appearance. Your hairstylist can help show you a few hairstyles you can do with your added length if you're overwhelmed with all the new possibilities you have, hair-wise – just ask if you need the help.

Try New Hair Textures

They say the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence, and that seems to hold true for hair textures – curly haired people seem to always want straight hair, while straight haired people long for bouncing curls. Fortunately, you can live like the other half does with the help of your stylist; curly hair can be coaxed straight, and straight hair can be given a perennial curl or wave. These treatments generally last around half a year, but can last as long as 12 months – giving you plenty of time to experience a totally different kind of hair from the type you have naturally. Visit http://www.adeviaspa.com for more information.