Hair Salon · Haircuts · Hair Color
Special Occasions and Additional Services
♢ Girl’s hair styles
♢ Prom up-do’s (55.00 & up)
♢ Other Clayton Beauty Salon Services
♢ Facial Waxing
♢ Full Facial Waxing (20.00)
♢ Eyebrow Waxing (14.00)
♢ Lip waxing (12.00)
♢ Eyelash Tints / Eyebrow Tints (18.00)
♢ Blow Dry (15.00)
♢ Makeup (20.00 & up)
How to Care for Your Hair Before Getting an Updo
Caring for your hair before getting an updo style can make all the difference.
To Wash or Not to Wash. While squeaky clean hair is very appealing, it can be difficult to work with freshly washed hair. Your hair’s natural oils can help mold an updo into place. If you choose to wash right before your salon appointment, your locks may be a little dry preventing the hairstyle from staying in place.Salon stylist wants to work with clean, dry hair, but don’t wash too soon before the appointment as this can be counterproductive.
How long before the appointment should you wash your hair? You don’t want want to show up with a mop of hair that hasn’t been washed in days. Greasy hair is as well no pleasure to work with. Dirty hair can be unmanageable too, just like squeaky clean hair.
There are some things to consider when deciding when to wash. First, consider your hair’s thickness: As thick locks take longer to dry, so it may be best to wash at least 24 hours before your appointment. Thin hair tends to dry quicker, so washing a few hours before your scheduled time may be fine.
If your hair is oily, it is best to wash it first thing in the morning if your appointment is in the afternoon, or att night before you go to bed if you are scheduled in the morning. If your hair is dry, you need to allow the oils to build up for about 24 hours before your trusted hairstylist goes to work.