My hair routine
I don’t use the same shampoo every wash… I wash my hair every other day and I have very fine hair that is extremely oily and blonde that tends to turn brassy
PRO TIP - always wash your hair TWICE
I wash my hair on average 3-4 times per week my first wash is always something light weight my favourite go to’s for my preliminary wash are:
- Verb Ghost Shampoo
- Moroccanoil Volume Shampoo
My secondary wash is when I use something to target my brass so I take turns between Milkshake & Moroccanoil and I allow the purple shampoos to sit 2-5 minutes these are my favourite three.
- Moroccanoil Blonde Perfecting
- Milkshake So Silver
- Milkshake Icy Blonde
To condition my hair I use Moroccanoil hydrating conditioner or volume.
PRO TIP - Volume shampoos are often thought of to make your hair big however for people with fine hair they are the lightest shampoo you can get on the market so if you have very fine hair volumizing shampoo is usually your best option for light weight & the ghost line.
all of these products are in the salon
After Care or Styling
FabMe by DesignMe
I spray this throughout my entire head and immediately dry my hair.
Milkshake Leave In Conditioner
I use this product if I’m not fully drying my hair or I plan to let it air dry as it’s light weight.
Before I put a straighter through my hair I use
Moroccanoil Perfect Defence heat protectant
Moroccanoil Strong Hairspray
and finish with
VERB Ghost Oil
Vampire Facials aka Microneedling with PRP - A new trend people have been inquiring about. No we do not do them, we aren’t allowed to preform them. For those that do not know what a vampire facial is: A platelet-rich plasma (PRP) facial involves applying a sample of the patient's blood to the face, usually after micro-needling or microdermabrasion.
Find a trusted dermatologist or plastic surgeon to perform the procedure. No salon or spa unless there’s a doctor preforming the clinic should be offering PRP. Aestheticians/Medical Aestheticians are NOT permitted to preform such a service. Any inquires or concerns should be directed to Health Canada they are who overlooks Medical Aesthetic treatments. mailto:email@example.com
Micro needling is permitted under health Canada with proper training but there’s only a few machines approved under
You can check if the brand is licensed for use here
DO your research. There are countless microneedling products (automated pens, dermal rollers, clinical solutions, etc.) available on the market that are NOT approved by Health Canada. You can search active licences on Health Canada's Official Website.
Additional information from health Canada:
In Canada micro needling pens & cartridges require a medical device licence from Health Canada to be sold. Health Canada assesses the devices for their safety, quality and effectiveness before issuing medical device licences to authorize their sale. It is illegal to advertise for sale, import for sale, or sell medical devices in Canada without appropriate licensing under the Medical Devices Regulations.