In the UK, hair care is generally classified into two categories: home-based and salon-based.
You can either use the home-baked version of your hair or, if you’re not quite ready for the whole home-cooked thing, the salon-baking version.
Hair care can be tailored to your individual hair type and needs.
And for most people, the home and salon versions are comparable, if not better than one another.
Here are some of the main advantages of both types of hair care: Home-based hair care You can get the same amount of hair from one place at the same time.
The process involves the use of a hot water bath and a gel.
The gel makes your hair feel soft and elastic and moisturises it.
For those with more curly hair, the gel is a must-have.
For more than 20 years, Dr Helen Prowse has been the expert in hair care for many of the world’s leading hair care companies.
She’s the co-author of several hair care books, including The Hair Master’s Guide to Hair Care.
Prows recommends home-made hair care products such as the Hair Expert’s Choice or the Hair of the Day.
“A home-developed product can give your hair a softer, more natural feel, with a more radiant shine,” she said.
“This helps it to look natural and maintain its shape, and also it gives your hair time to re-hydrate.”
In contrast, salon-made products include products that are made by a professional barber.
They are made with the ingredients that you normally use to make a salon-style hair care product, but then they’re also formulated for use in a home setting.
This means the products are more expensive.
However, if your salon-grown product is your only option, the beauty benefits of home-grown products will outweigh the cost.
Salon-based products You can choose between two different types of products: a straight-edge, and a comb.
The straight-edged product is used for styling and to comb your hair, while the comb can be used for combing hair and to remove excess hair from your scalp.
Both types of product have different strengths and styles.
Straight-edge products can be very expensive.
The cost of a straight edge can reach up to $400, which is twice the cost of the salon products.
For a salon product, you need to use a straight bar to comb, as opposed to a comb to comb.
You also need to be careful to wash your hands thoroughly before using the straight-blade product.
But, because the salon bar is made to be used at home, there’s a higher chance that the product will stay on your hair longer and last longer.