Do I Need A Hair Treatment? - Oribe Glaze for Beautiful Colour

Do I Need A Hair Treatment? - Oribe Glaze for Beautiful Colour

Do you really need to spend that extra money on your hair to have a treatment the next time you go to the hairdresser?

Well, there are lots of questions to ask yourself if you are unsure.

Answer yourself this…

  • Do I need a protein treatment?
  • Do I want shine?
  • Is my hair dry?
  • Do I have breakage?
  • Is my colour fading?
  • Am I growing my hair?
  • Is my hair weak?
  • Does my scalp need help?
  • How often do I need a hair treatment?
  • Do I have hair loss?
For every answer there is a treatment out there to help. At the very least I'm sure we all want shine.

When I asked myself this, I was looking for the right treatment for me.

I'm a brunette, I'm happy with my hair. I don't have breakage or split ends. I get regular haircuts and sleep on a silk pillowcase.


So why do I need a treatment? What is the right treatment for me? For someone who is already happy with their hair.


There are many treatments on the market. So many are marketed for damaged hair or dry hair.  But what about us that don't have those concerns?

My most used and most loved treatment for already beautiful hair is the Oribe Beautiful Colour Glaze, the word glaze says it all.

It will gloss over and enhance your colour. Bringing out the best of your colour, natural or artificial.


It's all about adding shine.


Oribe Glaze for Beautiful Color


Even natural hair will want a treatment every now and again. You may find that natural hair has less shine and vibrancy than an artificial colour.

Well this is the product that will give you the luminous shine you have been longing for. All hair types will benefit from a treatment. 

When it comes to the Oribe glaze, it is free of  parabens, sulfates or sodium chloride. Leaving the hair lightweight and silky.

Like all Oribe products it is vegan, curly free and gluten free. So you and your hair will drink this product up!  

When you apply the product you will notice your hands are left shimmering and luminous, well that shimmer will transform the way you treat your hair, I guarantee this will be added to your beauty routine.


Tiarne April with luminous shiny hair


How often do I need a hair treatment?

A treatment can be so strong and effective that you don't need to use one every time you wash your hair. This is something that I would use once a month in between salon visits.


How do I use a hair treatment?

To use this amazing product, use it in replace of a conditioner. First shampoo, second towel dry then apply the glaze.

It's best applied on the mids to ends of the hair, not touching the roots avoiding product build up and for easier rinse-out. let sit for 5-20 mins depending on your available time. Rinse thoroughly and style with ease.



Author - Tiarne April is an Artistic Director at Chumba's Chapel St, Windsor Salon


Tiarne April



The Princess of Glam Blow Drys and Tri's

She walks in every other day wearing her triathlon training gear on, a bike in one hand and cookies in the other. At Christmas time she turns into a freaky fairy decorating the salon with seasonal kitsch from top to bottom.

This girl loves a bit of glitz, glam, freeze - a lot of training and sweating. And has a pair of furless hand bag dogs. Let's just say she's a bit OTT on enjoying life but it kinda works for her (no one else though... please God, one is enough).

Many years ago little Tiarne crossed our path and we didn't have a spot for her. Pretty much from then on she swore that she would get on to this Team. Fast forward nine years and now here she is on the Team and kickin' it on Chapel St. That's a young lady with a plan and the grit to get there - very impressed we are by that.

Did we mention her transformation from couch dweller to Tri-Chick? That's a long  long story... she can tell you that one!

'Tri-girl' is considered by us as our #1 Blow Dry and Wedding Hair option - she's quick, very very quick - like really quick and really good. So... if you fancy a bit of a quick swish on your lunch break with maybe a cookie or scone on the side we've got you covered people.

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