Brandy Luke Hair Stylist, Hair Salon, hair Color Specialist Sarasota, FL
Brandy Luke Hair Stylist, Hair Salon, hair Color Specialist Sarasota, FL

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Brandy Luke

Southern Roots Salon

5568 Palmer Blvd

Sarasota, FL 34232

Phone: 941-270-0347

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WHAT'S NEW

What's New - Hairstyles, Cuts & Color

Short Summer Haircuts

Spring 2017 Color Trends

Should you use Sulfate Free shampoo?

Sulfate-free: You've seen the term everywhere...  But what does it really mean? And should you be concerned that the shampoo in your shower isn't part of this popular crowd? Here's exactly what you need to know about sulfate-free shampoo.

 

What Exactly Are Sulfates?
Sulfates are aggressive detergents made of sulfur-containing mineral salts The most common sulfates you’ll spot in ingredient lists are sodium lauryl sulfate (a.k.a. SLS) and ammonium lauryl sulfate (a.k.a. ASL). Other related sulfates Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES), Sodium Lauryl Sulfoacetate, Sodium Lauroyl Isoethionate, Sodium Cocoyl Isoethionate, Sodium Lauroyl Taurate, Disodium Laureth Sulfosuccinate.

 

What’s in Sulfate-Free Shampoos, Then?
The short answer: Mild detergents that don’t completely wash away your hair’s moisture. Added oils and other ingredients that help the hair and scalp. Each company has its own combination. Unlike traditional shampoos, sulfate-free ones don’t froth or create as many suds.

 

Who Should Use a Sulfate-Free Formula?
If your hair is naturally prone to dryness—coarse, curly hair or fragile, fine hair fit the bill—a sulfate-free product might be a good choice for you. If you experience any irritation from shampoos, it’s usually sulfates (SLS) that’s the problem. It’s also worth avoiding SLS if you color your hair. SLS is so good at cleaning, it takes the color with it, causing your hair color to fade faster.

 

How to use sulfate free shampoo properly

  • Thoroughly wet your hair before applying sulfate-free shampoo.
  • Use less product than you think. Most people expect shampoo to lather and when sulfate-free shampoo doesn’t they apply more product. Although it won’t foam up, it’s still working to clean your hair.
  • Apply more water, instead of more product. If you’re struggling to get any lather to wash your hair with sulfate-free shampoo, apply more water instead of more product. The water will help activate the shampoo and spread it through your hair.
  • Shampoo twice. Without the foaming action, it’s harder to remove the dirt and oil from your hair. The second shampoo really lifts it out and cleans your hair. Plus you’ll find the second shampoo lathers up more easily.
  • Rinse your hair thoroughly. Make sure to really rinse your hair. Any residue from the sulfate-free shampoo will make your hair feel heavy.
  • Follow up with your favorite conditioner. Almost 100% of conditioners will be free of sulfates already. Comb your conditioner through from midlengths to ends (no need to condition your scalp, especially if you have fine or oily hair) and then rinse well.

 

I hope this helps with your decision on whether to use sulfate free shampoo. Next time your in ask me what is the correct sulfate free shampoo for your hair.

Fall & Winter Trending 2016/2017

Bangs Are Hot

Beach Balayage Blonde

Balayage is a French word meaning to sweep or to paint. It allows for a sun-kissed natural looking hair colour - similar to what nature gives us as children - with softer, less noticeable regrowth lines. The principal idea being less is more when creating soft, natural looks.

2016 Summer Hair Colors

Today’s hair colors are nothing similar to what we wore before, however, there are certainly a couple of ever-lasting solutions. Here are cool ideas on beach summer hair!

New Hairstyles for 2016 part 2

Since the start of 2016 I have been seeing the resurgence of shapes; and happily, haircuts are coming back into frame. Ultimately, these statement-making cuts will put the attention back onto bone structure, and of course, suitability. 

Instagram Roundup: Lived-In Color

New Hairstyles for 2016

These are some of the new styles for 2016

Instagram Favorites: Pixie Cuts

Trending this week on Instagram: pixie cuts. A short cut is perfect for the girl (or guy) that wants an easy style to go and there is nothing boring about this style.

Instagram Favorites: BOBS

Trending this week on Instgram: bobs. Let's keep this short and sweet: we are currently seeing bob haircuts on Instagram feeds and we don't mind. The cut can be simple and blunt, or layers can be added in for a textured look.

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