To Heat or Not to Heat? – I.C | Iisha Crichlow
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To Heat or Not to Heat?

Can you believe the cool air is rushing in? That means the humidity is rushing out!
Don’t we all love our beautiful, flowy hair, whipping in the brisk air, and we don’t have to worry about a major swell up. Well as lovely as it looks, there’s still some cause for caution. Just because the hair isn’t reverting back to a bush doesn’t mean that those strands can’t get damaged. There’s a few tips that can help. First and foremost using the right products and tools are vital if you are heat styling at home. One of my favs is the ‘ Thermal Seal ‘ by my in salon brand Influance. It repels moisture, seals the cuticle and creates a protective barrier. To find out more about the shampoos and conditioners that can create the best foundation, simply book your complimentary consultation.
When choosing your flat iron be sure that it has an adjustable heat dial. You know how your natural curl is silky, or looser around the hairline and something a lot tighter in the crown area, well those areas require different heat settings. Not sure if your flat irons are up to par?
Bring them in on your next visit and i can look them over for you.