7 Beauty Treatments That Are Best Left To The Pros
Posted by hlknapke at March 2nd, 2013
President Barack Obama spent his first term practically going gray as he worked to revive the U.S. economy, however, one area that proved to grow steadily was the salon and spa industry. It brought in almost $40 billion dollars in annual sales, according to the Professional Beauty Association’s June 2012 economic snapshot. Not surprisingly, women’s cuts, styling and blowouts topped the list of most common salon services.
Job loss, pay cuts and price hikes have forced many of us to shift dollars between bank accounts. Yet, this impressive number proves that keeping up our good looks is still a priority — especially when do-it-yourself just won’t do. To prove this point, check out the seven beauty treatments we rather leave up to the pros … no matter the costs.
Dramatic hair coloring.
We still can’t believe that this fashion buyer was able to dye her natural blonde locks. Yet, even she can admit that regular appointments with a colorist is key to maintaining healthy hair. I’d like to add this disclaimer: The likelihood of getting at-home hair color that perfect is minimal. If you’re considering a major hair color makeover, save up and see a professional.