Hair Secret For A Great Blow Dry

First off, the title of this post is a little misleading–if we wanted to keep this hair tip a secret we certainly wouldn’t post it on our blog! Daily we receive messages from viewers asking how they can re-create the soft, beachy waves look at home. While our hair stylists are certainly experts at what they do, it is possible to treat your hair to a great blow out and style yourself.

Master colorist and co-founder of the Neil George product line Amanda George says that the reason she created the line in the first place was because she liked the idea of developing products that have input from both a hair stylist (Neil Weisberg) and a colorist: products that can give longevity to your color and cut.  With these considerations, you can maintain healthy hair and get a fabulous blow dry by doing an at-home hair treatment once a week. Amanda says ‘you can have all the styling products in the world, but if you’re not conditioning your hair regularly then it’s never going to look and feel like it does after a great blow dry in the salon’. The Neil George Pure Shot Treatment Spray is the perfect way to not only rejuvenate and condition your locks, but it also helps reduce blow dry time and helps make your blowout last longer. Amanda uses the Pure Shot on her clients and once a week herself not only because of the instant effects you can see and feel after the treatment but because it has lasting benefits over several shampoos. Instructions are simple enough: spray all over hair in the shower and leave on for 1-3 minutes then rinse, and for added benefit use in tandem with a conditioner or hair mask.

 

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