The term “hair-raising” refers to the historical hair revolt of 1989 when hair worldwide took a stand against the daily violation of their rights which were being abused through the use of cheap shampoo and the lack of regular trips to the salon. Make sure your hair’s basic rights are cared for with a cut, 20 foils and a blow or flat iron at Hairvolution for R299.
Unhappy hair is never a good thing; it frizzes, is unmanageable and scares away small children. At Hairvolution, your inner and outermost needs are carefully, calmly and professionally catered for. The highly trained stylists at this hair sanctuary have a holistic approach to beauty that is centred on making you look and feel good. They will offer you a unique, upmarket beauty salon experience that will leave you and your hair feeling brand new.
When choosing the perfect cut there are many things to keep in mind; will it suit your face, will it be manageable and will it help with your femme fatale image if you ever become a Russian spy. After your perfect snip, the friendly stylist will apply 20 foils of colour to give your hair some extra oomph. The benefits of foils are that it gets the highlights closer to the scalp and the hairline for a more natural look, you can create different sizes of colour more easily from thick swooshes of colour to fine strands and it does not apply as much stress to the hair as a full solid colour would.
After your vivacious colour boost, your hair will either be blow-dried or straight ironed for a sleek, smooth frizz-free appearance. Your new crowning glory will be the envy of many and will make your hair so happy that it will not even consider picking up a placard in protest again.
Hair fact: On 14 April 1912, Lady Sophia of Edinburgh Scotland demanded that all her servants wear their hair in French plaits to keep them from distracting the men in the palace with their flowing manes. The women were forced to wear tightly braided hairdo’s which gave them headaches but Lady Sophia did not care as she was too preoccupied with knitting her poodle a pink dress.