The modern girl does so much to her hair. Balayage, blow dry, curl, flat iron…it’s a lot. This can leave your hair dry, dehydrated, damaged and lackluster if you aren’t careful. The problem that many of my fine haired girls out there face is not being able to correctly heal their hair without weighing it down. That’s why I have created the Blow Dry Primer. It gives your hair a healthy cocktail of strength, moisture, hydration, shine, softness, and thermal protection (everything it needs), in a completely weightless formula. This is the product you have been waiting for!
Apple Cider Vinegar – shine
Amodimethicone – thermal protection
Kaolin – absorbs toxins, promotes strength and elasticity
Aloe barbadensis leaf juice – attracts and seals in moisture, protects, strengthens
Amino Acids – reinforces, protects, reduces static
Sodium Hyaluronate – hydration
Butyrospermum Parkii (shea) butter – protects and moisturizes
Euterpe Oleracea fruit oil – anti oxidizing, promotes strength and moisture
Rub a dime to quarter size amount of product into hands, finger comb through wet hair, and blow dry. Use a small amount on dry hair for added softness.
For thick/frizzy hair- cocktail with your favorite serum
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I have been passionate about the beauty and hair world since I was a little girl. That dream became reality in 2004, when I started cosmetology school. In my time working at one of the prestigious Jacques Dessange salons, I fell in love with both the world of french hairdressing (balayage in particular) and product knowledge. It was then that I started to truly understand the power of educating yourself, being prescriptive when choosing products, and the importance of healthy hair. Since then, I have studied all facets of hair, traveling from the east to the west coast for education. I am a L’Oreal Certified Balayage Expert, taken multiple razor cutting workshops with Bumble & Bumble, studied runway and red carpet looks with Kerastase and taken a braiding workshop with Heather Chapman to name a few. In 2017, I opened my first salon.
These days you can find me rocking out some balayage in the salon, researching and developing new product ideas, travelling to teach in-salon balayage workshops, spending time with my gorgeous son, and trying to squeeze in a few girl’s nights here and there.