There are many different factors that can lead to your hair being damaged...
Rosser Hair is on hand to help you learn about what can cause damage and how to keep your hair protected and healthy.
1) Hot tools
Anything with heat can damage your hair. Everything from curlers and straighteners to hairdryers and heated rollers and everything in between can cause damage to your hair. Heat protection is a MUST. Be sure to always apply heat protection before using any heated tools. Here are our top heat protection products:
2) Environment and pollution
The environment can damage the hair in many ways. Strong sun, wind, cold air, temperature variations and changes in the humidity can leave hair feeling dry and frizzy. Pollution can result in excess sebum production and make the hair become oily it can also clog pores and block the hair follicles, making hair weakened at the root, making it more prone to breakage. Here are our recommended products to keep your hair protection from the environment and pollution:
3) Chemical Services
We all love a trip to the salon, but chemical services such as colouring and bleaching can result in damaging our hair. Olaplex is a haircare brand used in salons all over the world and is recommended by qualified hairdressers to keep hair healthy and in top condition when receiving chemical services. Here are our best selling Olaplex products:
After receiving a colour service, it is important to maintain your colour at home to keep it looking fresh between salon visits. Whether your hair is brown, blonde, copper, no matter the colour we have a product for everyone to keep their colour looking brand new. We have a range of colour intensifying shampoo and conditioners, we also have a range of products that protect your hair against colour fade. Here are our best selling products:
4) Mechanical Friction
Mechanical friction refers to damage that occurs due to improper handling of the hair. These include; improper detangling techniques and tension from tight braids, weaves and tight ponytails. We have a range of products and tools to prevent mechanical friction. Here are some of our favourites: