Hair Glossing in Naples
If your hair looks a little down-and-out, it might be time to ask your stylist about options for revival. A gloss treatment, also referred to as a color glaze or a glaze treatment, gives your hair shine, boosts dull and lifeless hair and helps smooth flyaways.
What is the difference between hair glossing and hair glaze? A gloss is a bit more permanent than a glaze. It adds shine and adjusts the tone (say, if your highlights are too bright or brassy, a gloss will subdue them), she explains. A gloss penetrates the hair's cuticle, so it lasts two to four weeks. A glaze, on the other hand, simply coats the shaft with shine and semi-permanent color; it's like putting a top coat of polish on your hair, and it lasts a week or two. Gloss treatments are demi-permanent, which means they last about four to six weeks before washing/fading out.