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Every visit to the hairdresser is therapy

Did you leave the salon feeling calm and satisfied because you had a new haircut or changed your hair colour? This is precisely why it is said that every visit to the hairdresser is a therapy that reduces stress and increases self-esteem.

Learn more about why this small pleasure can become a great benefit for your beauty, hygiene, health and well-being!

Why is every visit to the hairdresser a therapy?

Because a hairdressing salon has an environment conducive to relaxation, with personal care services that promote very pleasant moments of relaxation and well-being.

In this sense, every visit to the hairdresser is an unofficial therapy because it allows you to take a break from the daily routine to enjoy beauty treatments in a peaceful and cosy environment. Many hairdressing salons even have soft lighting, relaxing music, comfortable chairs and pleasant décor to ensure a unique experience, as well as waiting rooms with inspiring magazines, teas and other soothing drinks that help you forget the worries of everyday life.

How to benefit from your hairdressing therapy?

Basically, just turn up! Most hairdressing salons provide a rejuvenating environment for clients, allowing them to take a break from the daily hustle and bustle and dedicate themselves to looking after themselves.

It is obvious that hairdressing therapy is not a substitute for medical treatment, but it is a valuable complement to promote your well-being because it allows you to…

Taking a break to look after yourself

Whether it’s once a week or once a month, hairdressing is therapy because it allows you to take a break to take care of yourself: an hour or two pampering yourself with a new haircut, a new colouring or a new manicure, among other services aimed at your beauty and well-being.

This personal care gives you energy and pep, and therefore contributes to good emotional health.

Receive hair massages

Whether it’s while washing your hair or applying hair products, the hairdresser is therapy because it’s where you receive relaxing scalp massages that help activate blood circulation and relieve built-up tension.

Reduce stress with aromatherapy

Whether it’s scenting the room or directly applying products specific to your hair type, hairdressing is therapy because you’ll smell a range of pleasant and relaxing fragrances, which helps to reduce stress and anxiety.

Socialising during your hairdressing visit

Whether it’s with the hairdressers, manicurists and beauticians or with other clients, hairdressing is therapy because it offers you an opportunity to socialise, chat, vent and share your concerns with people who provide some emotional support.

Other benefits of going to the hairdresser

There is no doubt that in addition to improving your image, hairdressing is an effective therapy, but there are other benefits:

Change of look

It’s great to walk out of the hairdresser’s all happy with beautiful, healthier hair, but sometimes that’s not enough because – for one reason or another – you want to change your look. Now, a hairdresser can help you create a new look with a new haircut or a new hair colour (or both!). And often hairdressing is a kind of therapy precisely because it allows a certain happiness, emotion and self-expression with the change of look.

Nothing like a good haircut or a new colour to make you feel happy! Book a visit to our hair salon in the Algarve!

Personalised treatments

A new look can do miracles for your self-esteem, but be aware that the right choice of haircut and colour is crucial to increase the feeling of freedom, so it is advisable to look for a hairdresser with visagists capable of advising the haircut that best suits your face and the best colour according to your physiognomy and lifestyle.

Want to radically change your look but don’t know which haircut to go for? Our visagist hairdressers can help! Make your appointment now

Beauty tips

In addition to acting as a kind of psychologist, a professional hairdresser is a friend who constantly assesses the condition of your hair to recommend the best products and treatments, and teach you all the care you need to take with your hair to avoid damage, also advising on face care, nail care, eyebrow care and shaving and/or waxing.

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