Healthy Hair for the New Year with NIOXIN!

January 1st is right around the corner and it’s time to welcome the new year with simple healthy hair resolutions. Danielle Caputo, NIOXIN Top Artist and Celebrity Hairstylist knows what it takes to create beautiful tresses with a few simple techniques.

Her tips and tricks will still leave you time to tackle those hard to accomplish resolutions on your list!

 

Resolution: Try Something New! Most all of us get in a beauty rut. We do the same curls, the same high-bun or the same low pony every day. This is the year to switch it up with effortless waves like Mila Kunis and Elizabeth Olsen.

TO GET THE LOOK:
1. Start by spraying NIOXIN DiaMax at the roots and add a dab of NIOXIN Silk Elixir to the ends.

2. As you blow dry each section with a large round brush, apply NIOXIN Thickening Spray from the roots to mid-shaft.

3. After hair is dry, curl each section with a 1” curling iron and pin it up until all the hair is set in pin curls.

4. Spray NIOXIN NioSpray Power Hold all over the head and let hair cool off for 15 minutes.

Resolution: Reveal a healthy new scalp! A healthy scalp will help you grow thicker, healthier and more voluminous locks. Treat yourself with NIOXIN Scalp Renew. This professional in-salon treatment is a gentle scalp dermabrasion that removes build-up around follicle sites. It’s a great service for the scalp as we ring in the new year! To find a salon near you that offers NIOXIN Scalp Renew services check out the salon locator tool .

Resolution: Save money by protecting your haircolor! Getting your haircolor done every 4-6 weeks can be a big expense. Save money and protect your haircolor by using NIOXIN Hair & Scalp Systems 3, 4, 5 & 6. Each system contains GlycoShield, a proprietary tailored technology that provides color-treated hair with special attention. You can have thicker, fuller hair without compromising your color.

Check out these products at NIOXIN.com


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