Products Salons Prefer
Which products do salons prefer to use for washing and conditioning hair
Different salons have different preferences of hair and skin care products. A salon of Tony and Guy will, stating the obvious, use products by the brand Tony and Guy. There are salons that team up with L’Oreal for usage of only L’Oreal Products for hair and many salons that have a dealership or deal with L’Oreal, also sell, or in other words, act as distributors of L’Oreal products.
Washing and conditioning hair at salons are such a comfortable experience. And salons today, realize that people who come to wash their hair at their salon, like their hair to be treated to good shampoos and conditioners. Gone are the days where salons used to have shampoos in bottles that were not named or marked (any shampoo could be in a plastic bottle without markings; therefore the customer could not identify or know which shampoo is being used). This has happened in some salons but it is practically a thing of the past now.
Recently, with the stress laid on the right shampoo and conditioner, the salons are becoming savvy about the same and offer the best to their customers. With purely dedicated hair product brands like Schwarzkopf, American Crew and T&G, there is a wide pool to choose from for any kind and any texture of hair that is there.
Salons prefer to use products for washing and conditioning hair that are established names in the market. They also like using hair products that result in soft hair. More so, salons that are in dealership with hair product companies / brands like to use only those products that they are in affiliation with. That is an obvious phenomenon and a given; there are example cited above to prove this. One will know which products a salon used for hair wash, conditioning and more when one enters a salon. There will be products only of that brand (this is a common noticed aspects in most salons of the world) and this is a giveaway as to which brand is sported by which salon?