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Ask Fashion 360 Magazine hair experts for advise about your hair related wants, needs and issues. In this article, Salerm Cosmetics pro-stylist Christina Rama answers your questions.

1. How do I take care of colored permed hair?  
Color treated hair and permed hair are similar in that they are in need of constant hydration.  Salerm 21 is a great   supplement to add to one’s daily regimen to nourish and moisturize hair that is chemically treated. It can be used in the a number of ways. For permed hair it can be used as a styling aid as well as a great leave-in conditioner; same applies to color treated hair.  My suggestions for color treated hair are to make sure that the hair be maintained with good post color treatments such as our Citric Mask, usually used in combination with that of our Citric shampoo.

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2. I have curly hair, I would like to know what products to use to keep my curls looking soft and tamed. This is how my hair looks:


The curly hair demonstrated in the photos can be tamed and maintained with our K-shot products to provide a frizz-free effect. Specifically our Deep Impact Plus Mask that leaves the hair a bit  more de-volumized.   If frizz is not the issue and one is just looking for the curl to have more spring I would cocktail the usage of our Styling Curl with that of our Curl Mousse.

 

 

3. How do you repair your hair after getting a bad relaxer on straight Hispanic hair?
Bad relaxers can be rectified with our Keratin Treatments, the hair can be recuperated in a timely manner by inducing the Keratin on a bi-monthly basis.

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