Ready, Set, Bounce! A treatment for all curl kind

by | Oct 24, 2017 | Beauty & Bridal & Fashion

 On occasion girls from all over the world feel the frustration of frizzy, moisture lacking curls that don’t behave. Deva Curl heard the call and Lavish salon geared up for the treatment to end all lifeless curls. New to Lavish Salon is the Bounce Back Treatment. What is the bounce back treatment? It is a new Deva Curl treatment that rejuvenates, moisturizes and strengthens curls and waves. How does it work? The Buildup Buster cleaning serum is for all curl types and uses micellar water technology to gently and deeply cleanse unwanted dirt and product buildup. I used this treatment on one of my clients who came in with straight flat curls (look at before picture). She came in after having it straightened and wants to wear it naturally curly.
The service begins with cleansing the curls using the Buildup Buster and an invigorating scalp massage and friction to deep clean the hair. After the amazing scalp massage, next comes the moisture or the strength. Here is where I customize the treatment for your individual needs. If your hair is dry I use Melt into Moisture to deeply hydrate and soften extra dry curls. Deep Sea Repair is used to revive and strengthen damaged waves or curls. In need of both moisture and strength? Multi-mask! Both masks can be mixed and applied. The end result is that your hair feels like butter. (Check out the after picture) This service can be added to any Deva cut service and is concluded with a customized styling session. For a limited time, purchase 3 Deva Curl products and receive 20 percent off. The BB treatment is $45 to $65, valid until November 30, 2017.
For a complimentary consultation or appointment, please feel free to call Lavish Salon at 661-253-3483. Lavish salon is located at 25269 N. The Old Road, Suite K in Stevenson Ranch.

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