Virtu Haute SalonHair Salon in Fairhope, Alabama
Hey Guys! It’s Mardi Gra season and everyone is wanting to get in for a spray tan. The best way to contact me to book an appointment is by texting my private phone @2515505118 instead of calling the shop. It’s difficult to answer the phone while working.
Happy Mardi Gra!
Hey Guys, Kylee Gold is taking appts for waxing tmrw. If you need to be waxed tmrw is the day. Anything from women's Brazilians, eyebrows and manscaping as well. Then on Thursday Julissa will be in doing microblading and eyelash extensions. Spray tan appts are always welcome to prep for the weekend. Please call the shop at 2519909890 or message me at 2515505118. Thanks Guys! Let's get grooming!
Shine Enhancing Mixture
Once a week, apply a cocoa butter treatment mask, let it sit for a half hour, then rinse it out with coconut water. This combination leaves hair incredibly soft and moisturized-it's a trick of many Brazilian women.
Remember to love your locks.
Cotton, as soft as it may seem is notorious for being abrasive and damaging to skin and hair. It's properties are perfect for apparel solutions but when it comes to bedding, it pulls the moisture out of your hair and skin which advances the appearance of wrinkles, acne and contributes to hair loss. There's a remedy-- silk!
Spray tanning is the fastest, easiest and safest way to get a healthy, dark, and sexy tan. With absolutely no sun required, it is by far the safest alternative ...to acquire a beautiful glow. Spray tanning is recommended by The American Academy of Dermatologist, The Skin Cancer Foundation and The American Medical Association.
A fine mist of a solution is applied to the skin using an airbrush. The active ingredient in the spray tanning solution is called Dihydroxyacetone [DHA]. DHA was approved by the FDA in the 1970’s and was added to the list of approved cosmetic ingredients. It is found in numerous make-ups and lotions. DHA does not damage the skin, and is considered a safe skin coloring agent and nutritional supplement. There is no known toxicity and allergic reactions are very rare.
DHA is a simple carbohydrate that is often derived from sugar beets and sugar cane. DHA only penetrates the first (dead) layer of skin in which it reacts with the amino acids and produces a tan color on these skin.