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A Time Saving Regimen for Well Traveled Hair

Lauren Salapatek | July 10, 2011 | 9:56 PM
For your clients on the go:

Vacation season is right around the corner-that means you will have plenty of clients coming in for new hair cuts before they leave on their getaways. Between scuttling between planes, trains and automobiles, your clients will be looking for relaxation...not high maintenance hair care.

In that case, try recommending Pravana's New Fresh! Volumizing Dry Shampoo to them. It cleans and transforms travel weary hair with a dual-action formula that refreshes, rejuvenates and revolumizes hair without water. This product is also good for those summer camping trips! It will detoxify and remove odor causing germs from their hair.

A Time Saving Regimen for Well Traveled Hair

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