New Year’s Resolution: Take Care of Your Hair!

2014 hair resolutionsAt our Marietta hair salon, we always want our clients to leave feeling beautiful and confident, and we make it happen with an array of salon services, from precision hair cuts and color to sew-in weaves to hair braiding and much more. As we approach the end of 2013 and the beginning of 2014, make your New Year’s resolution to take care of your hair!

Regular maintenance is so important, whether you are growing out your natural hair, maintaining a weave, getting a relaxer, or rocking braids. With the demands of work and family, it can be hard to find the time to make a salon appointment and take care of yourself, but you deserve it. Remember that you can’t give your family, friends, and community the love they deserve unless you are giving yourself the love you deserve. With that in mind, check out these New Year’s hair resolutions and give our Marietta salon a call to set up your appointment today.

  • Get rid of outdated styling tools and hair accessories. If your flat iron has seen better days and those hair clips date back to the 1990’s, it’s time to treat yourself to some new tools! Taking the time to look your best in the morning is so much nicer when you have good supplies to work with.
  • While we’re on the topic of tossing, it’s time to clear out all those hair products that are taking up space on your counter. If anything is more than a year or two old, toss it. Hair products can lose effectiveness after a couple of years, and if you haven’t used it in that long anyway, you must not have like or needed it! Talk to your stylist at Levell’s Salon to determine which hair styling products will help you achieve the look you want.
  • Be vigilant about follow-up appointments. Some styles, like sew-in weaves, require periodic maintenance to ensure that they continue to look great without damaging your natural hair.

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