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Between heat-styling, colouring, and how long we sometimes leave it between trims, if our hair could talk, it would probably ask for a break. Or should we say, it's maybe already a bit broken and is asking for strength. If that sounds like you, might we suggest a hair treatment? Whether you're lacking in protein or hydration, there are salons in Sydney CBD that would love to get your lengths fighting fit once again. Prices start at $5.
What we're saying is that with Bookwell, your days of losing your reminder card in the bottom of your bag are behind you. Book your next Haircut and Hairdressing appointment in Sydney CBD with us today, and see just how straightforward the whole thing really is. Don't see your usual spot listed with us? Let us know via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1300-856-405. We'd love to hear from you.
Hair treatments cost $130 on average.
A hair treatment appointment takes about 75 minutes on average.
Most treatments provide a balance of protein (for strength) and moisture (for softness). Your needs will vary - if your hair is overprocessed and porous, you're going to want that protein. Have a word with your hairdresser and see what's what.
If you're feeling a bit frizzy, or dry, or brittle, a hair treatment could do you a world of good. They're particularly handy if you've got colour-treated hair, or any other kind of chemical enhancement going on.
Chat to your hairdresser on this one - you may end up needing one every time you go to the salon, or every other visit. For truly stressed hair, you'll want to be following up at home yourself once or twice a week.