If you wonder how to get long healthy hair, one of the most important tips is to minimize breakage. Sleep on a silk pillowcase instead of cotton. Know how to comb and brush long natural hair to prevent breakage. In particular, never comb or brush natural hair when it’s wet. You will achieve your hair growth goals if you are both taking steps to minimize hair breakage on dry hair and moisturizing hair regularly (see #2 on this list). Better yet, to maximize natural hair growth, consider leaving hair in a low-manipulation style (see #4).
Here at Hair in Motion, our number one goal is to keep you updated and informed about what goes on at the salon. If you haven’t already, please join our mailing list for monthly updates. We are introducing two unique mobile clubs for you to join:
Our main mobile club will feature periodic updates and information about interesting things going on at HIMONY…you will NOT be spammed. We will only send out texts once in a while, and you can unsubscribe at any time. To join our main mobile club, please
There’s no doubt that when blood circulation slows, the skin health is impaired. Aging leads to slowed circulation, which inevitable results in dull, tired looking skin. Facial massage and steam help to revitalize the skin and give it a healthy glow. Blood delivers oxygen and nutrients to your cells while it removes waste products. Good blood circulation is important not only for working muscles, but also for your skin. Good circulation is vital for healthy skin, especially your face. Several steps can be taken to improve blood circulation in your face,
Welcome to the new site! Do you like it? We have completely revamped.
Here’s a few things we’ve got going on:
We now have a Twitter Account. Follow Us! @hairinmotion_ny (Hint: We will be offering exclusive Deals on Twitter. Follow Us.)
We now have a MAILING LIST, where we will be dishing out coupons and the latest news happening at Hair in Motion of New York. Be sure to subscribe if you haven’t already! (It is located at the top of our website, the bottom, and on the sidebar.)
Every Tuesday will be Senior Citizens