I absolutely loved the haircut I got with Amanda. She listened to all of my requests and my hair turned out better than I imagined this new hairstyle would (I went from long to short hair). She was quick and we had great conversation, so the time went by even faster. Definitely recommend. Thank you!
Amanda is amazing and has a great personality!!
I am a simple mom who dont do well with change. At first I was hesitant but she did this hair justice!! I am in love with my style. Better believe I will be back to see her again 💞
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Color Cocktails Hair Salon
It’s all about quality and professionalism at Color Cocktails Hair Salon. Skilled stylists perform an array of services which include cutting, coloring, conditioning, or beard trimming. No matter if one is seeking a comprehensive makeover requires a healthy hair and skin treatment, or needs just a trim—Color Cocktails Hair Salon has it covered.
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About Color Cocktails Hair Salon
Hair Conditioner: Ticket to a Molecular Makeover
Your hair’s sure to feel silkier once your stylist conditions it—learn why with Groupon’s close-up look at conditioner.
Although human hair may look smooth, each strand's outer layer—the cuticle—is actually quite rough. Under dry conditions, the tiny scales that cover its surface become raised and brittle, causing hairs to tangle and lose their shine. Conditioner aims to correct this problem by bonding a particular class of molecules, called cationic surfactants, to the cuticle. This is possible because keratin, the protein that makes up most of the hair shaft, bristles with negative ions, which attract the positively charged surfactants, coating each thread in a thin film that weighs it down and reduces frizz. (The negative charge of keratin is also what causes static whenever positive ions are stripped from the hair—the static that makes it possible to stick a balloon to the wall or to power a miner's headlamp.)
The other ingredients in conditioner don't always need ions to do their jobs well. Humectants suck in water from the surrounding air, thereby moisturizing the hair, and oils simply penetrate the cuticle. Glossers coat the hair with light-reflecting polymers, increasing shine, whereas other ingredients raise the acidity level of the conditioner, which helps protect the hair's protein structure.