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Maybe you're not up for a whole new do, you're actually just looking for something that's going to add a little strength and shine to your current hair situation. If this is the case, plenty of places in The Entrance can help you out with a hair treatment. There's something to be said about when your hair is feeling fresh. It's almost like you're on a better level to get the right things done. Kinda like a polished boss that's ready to kick some serious goals. We're here for it and that feeling might just be one booking away.
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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.