Choose from Three Options
- $55 for a shampoo, haircut, blow-dry, and conditioning treatment ($100 value)
- $129 for a 2-ounce keratin treatment ($270 value)
- $79 for a shampoo, haircut, blow-dry, conditioning treatment, and single-process color ($190 value)
Split Ends: Casualties of High-Impact Haircare
One major benefit of a haircut is the removal of split ends. Take a look at Groupon’s overview of an irritating hair condition.
Trichoptilosis is one diagnosis that will come not from your doctor, but from your stylist. Deriving from the Greek terms for hair and feathers, trichoptilosis literally means a jagged feathering at the end of the hair shaft, and unfortunately, there is no cure—the offending ends must be trimmed. Split ends occur when a strand’s outermost layer, the cuticle, wears away. Composed of dead cells that overlap each other like roof tiles, the cuticle can wither due to stress from coloring chemicals or heat from blow dryers and styling tools. This leaves the inner layer—the cortex—exposed, allowing its spindle-shaped protein fibers to unravel and cause split ends. Though some hair breakage is inevitable, you can prevent split ends and brittle hair by shampooing less often, using protein-enriched conditioners, and taking care to coat hair with a heat-protectant product when using styling tools.
A Chat with Divine Hair by Kim C.S.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
Kim C.S. Has been in the industry for over 20 years creating quality trendy styles from haircuts, hair Botox, Japanese Straightening, Keratin, highlights, permsto unique and elegant updos.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Kim C.S. Enjoys fashion and creating upscale trendy hairstyles. She loves the fashion industry and uses her expertise in creating a change through hair for every individual.
What do you love most about your job?
Kim C.S. Loves creating A complete makeover for every individual.
What is the best reaction you've ever gotten from a customer?
The best feed back was through referrals stating how informal and professional she is.