Top 5 Salon Treatments

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In this article we look to uncover the top 5 salon treatments, then we discuss the benefits that many seek and why people are willing to pay such high prices for such a service.

1. Hair – Salon hair has become very diverse and very fashionable since the 1990’s, especially for females, who see going to a salon and getting their hair either cut, coloured or washed, as a necessity. You will also want to feel comfortable with your hair stylist, so make sure you find a capable hairdresser that has a list of referrals before making a decision on what hairstyle you want. Most hairdressers are best at a select few haircut styles and don’t specialize in every type of hairstyle.

2. Manicure – Many girls like to treat themselves to some creative nails using some of best nail arts on offer. Nail salons are on offer to provide you with a manicure in which they will file, treat, massage and polish your hands. They will then glam up your nails and give them designer look, using a variety of polish, paints and glitters. Getting a manicure in a trendy new shade can act as an accessory to your outfits and it also a great reliever of stress.

3. Eye brow – The three most popular options on offer to you from many salons are eyebrow waxing, threading and tweezing. Lots of women and an increasing number of men are looking to create perfectly shaped eyebrows. All of these techniques are branded painful, however many who do it regularly attest that they feel virtually no pain.

4. Massages – Many look to massages to either get away from the stresses of their life or to release some tension their body has built during their day to day lifestyle. For those looking for a relaxing time, and just needing an hour to unwind, I recommend a soft tissue massage. A Soft Tissue Massage aims to alleviate aches, pains and injuries that are attributed to the body’s soft tissues and improve the performance of your muscles, circulatory system, joints, and immune system. For those looking for long-term physical fixes (and for those who can bear a bit of pain) you may want to look at Deep Tissue Massage (or Sports Massage). This massage technique focuses on releasing restrictions in the deeper layers of the muscles, tendons and ligaments.

5. Pedicure – A pedicure is the same as a manicure apart from the fact it is for your feet and not for your hands. The core benefit is to improve the appearance of your feet and nails. Leg care below the knee became a common and now expected service included in pedicures, so make sure you get a complete service with your purchase. The massaging is one of the most important aspects of this treatment as massaging certain spots on someone's foot sends signals to other parts of the body to encourage overall health improvement anywhere in the body, before the treatment is finished off with some creative nail art to make your feet look attractive.

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