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Products Sold in Beauty Salons

Updated on August 15, 2009

When your hair is healthy and clean, you can't help but feel better about yourself.  In order to get your hair in the best condition, you need to find good quality hair products. But, since there are so many shampoos and conditions to choose from, how do you know which ones are best for you?

You can choose to use products that are more affordable, or you can choose the premium brands that can seem a little pricey.  If you compare the price alone, cheaper seems to be the right choice, giving you more for your money. 

Even though your cheaper brands seem to be the right choice,  when you include the higher quality, the deeper cleansing effect and better results of hair salon products, buying cheaper products doesn't add up to be the best choice after all.

Beauty Salon Products

Most beauty Salons offer a variety of products that you can buy. Usually the salon will use these same products with the services that they offer so you can decide if you like them or not. Typically you can not find these products in any other store, such as Save-on or Walgreen's.

The next time you get your hair cut and styled, don't be afraid to ask about the products your hair stylist is using, and be sure to take notes on how they are being used to get your desired look.

Beauty Salons and Spas

Usually the types of products found in Beauty Salons are shampoos, styling lotions,hair finishers, styling products, and conditioners. You can also find a variety of brushes and other hair tools that you may need.

If you are looking for face and body care products such as make-up, make-up tools, nail care, or maybe even bath products then you may want to go to your nearest Nail salon or Day Spa.

Top Shampoos

Some of the most popular brands of shampoo that you may find in beauty salon are

  • KMS
  • Aussie
  • Joico
  • Origins
  • Lanza
  • Paul Mitchell
  • Sabastian
  • Nexxus
  • Vavoom
  • Trix by Matrix
  • TIGI
  • OPI
  • Nioxin
  • Back to Basics
  • Amplify by Matrix
  • Big Sexy Hair
  • Serious S. Factor

Choosing the Right Conditioner for your Hair

The type of conditioner you use depends on your hair type.  Finding the right products can help you to avoid the greasy look, or tame your frizzy head of hair. Here are a few tips to consider when choosing the right one for you:

  1. If you tend to have hair that is dry and frizzy, choose a rich, moisturizing conditioner.
  2. If you have a problem with limp and fine hair, use a volumizing conditioner.
  3. If you are lucky and have healthy shiny hair, use a conditioner that is made for normal hair.
  4. Change your brand of conditioner monthly, since your hair becomes immune to the same product resulting in buildup.
  5. Use a special leave in conditioner at least once a week.  If you have fine limp hair, then use it in the shower and make sure to rinse out immediately.  If you have really dry hair, you may want to leave the conditioner in for a longer period of time.

Top Conditioners

Some of the Top Conditioners you may find are

  • Biolage
  • KMS
  • Bumble & Bumble
  • Paul Mitchell
  • John Frieda
  • Matrix
  • Matrix Essentials
  • ARTec Kiwi
  • Bed Head by TIGI
  • Nexxus
  • Duplin Vinyards
  • Mizani
  • Kenra

Styling Products for your Hair

Some of the best styling products that can be found are

  • Bumble & Bumble
  • Matrix
  • Aussie
  • KMS
  • Redkin
  • Sebastian
  • Kenra
  • Tigi Bed Head
  • Mizani
  • Big Sexy Hair
  • OPI
  • Nexxus


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      9 years ago

      Great Hub for the beauty industry.


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