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Chapel St Salon
109 Chapel St
3A Smith Street
You’ve just left the salon, invested a pretty penny and are now proudly part of the unicorn gang, so let's talk about keeping it that looking amazing - let's talk home aftercare.
Here are some top tips from Pulp Riot to keep you looking fresh.
In this day and age we are finding more people are becoming sensitive to allergens and getting reactions more to the outside world, Including us hair colourists in salon also.
We researched for months to try and find the perfect colour company that would align with the Chumba brand.
A colour that would address scalp irritation problems, create beautiful shiny nourishing results, reduce the strong smells of chemicals in salon and still be a high performing colour product.
Pulp Riot is a colour company created by a group of extremely talented hairdressers in California back in 2016.
They started off with a semi-permanent colour range with 16 shades that propelled the brand into a must have product around the world for hairdressers.
Pulp Riot has evolved into a fully fledged colour brand now in 2020 with a huge range of products from permanent colour to bleach and styling products.
With salons closed in Melbourne for longer than we all expected, everyone is getting desperate with overdue roots and faded colours.
People are willing to try anything to get them through until they can get back in the salon.
After reading the threads on numerous community pages I felt as a hairdresser with years of experience, I needed to write this to educate people properly before they embark on this hairy journey.
If I had a dollar for every-time someone asked me if box hair dye is bad for your hair, I would be rich! Let's unpack what box dye is and why it can be harmful for your hair.
Before you pick up that box of colour in the supermarket aisle... just take a moment to think. Is that really a smart move and will it actually look great in the morning?