Fanola

Fanola is a young, exuberant and future-oriented brand.

Its DNA can be summarized in 3 keywords:

COLOR , CREATIVITY and  SHARING

The CO LO RE is the core of the Brand, as the end and means of the expression of vitality and vivacity.

It is through color that Fanola affirms her creativity, the will to dare and to go beyond the concept of traditional beauty.

It is a social native brand, a trend setter, constantly looking for new inspirations, to create original and surprising wow-effect creations every day to share with others.

MUK Haircare

MUK is an exciting Australian owned professional hair care brand launched in 2006. We’re an underground brand that has built a reputation on hard core performance. The proof is in the thousands of salons worldwide that stock MUK and calls it the hairdressing industry’s next iconic brand and the consumers who are dedicated fans of the brand.

Founded in Melbourne (Australia) in 2006, MUK embarked on a journey to develop a brand that went against the trend of other hair care brands. Our vision was to create a range that not only out performed market leaders, but grabbed the imagination and attention of a market place constantly being bombarded with ‘scientific’ jargon and magical claims. MUK is not just about great products; it’s a culture, a lifestyle and an attitude.

MUK Hybrid colour is:

-Cruelty free

-Vegan

-PPD free

-Almost 80% naturally derived

Polygel VS Acrylic Nails And Why It’s Better

Polygel Nails Versus Acrylic Nails - Reflections Hair Design

What is polygel?

Polygel is a Monomer free nail extension – so no strong chemical smell making it safer and more pleasant for all. Also, less dust when removed. Being non-toxic and almost completely odourless it makes them a more enjoyable nail extension treatment.

Formulated without the harmful ingredients found in acrylics, there are fewer airborne toxins, making it an all-rounder healthier option.

Polygel Nails Versus Acrylic Nails

Why is Polygel better than Acrylic?

It doesn’t ruin or damage your nails. With the proper application and removal, there’s no need to worry about harming your natural nails.

Unlike acrylic, it offers a flexible, lightweight & stronger nail enhancement option, making them more suitable for those on the go. Boasting an ability to bend more than acrylics, these nails are less likely to break and therefore less likely to cause damage to the underlying nail.

Filing of Polygel Nails

How does the removal process work?

The Polygel will be filed from your nails to remove the bulk of it. Any remaining formula and product will then be soaked off with acetone, leaving your nails ready for your next manicure. Polygel nails don’t need to be fully removed and reapplied during each visit. Instead, they are simply filled in for maintenance. During a fill-in, the Polygel remains on the nail and is filed down.

Summery:

  • Odourless
  • Less dust
  • Non-toxic
  • No damage to nails
  • Stronger
  • No need to be fully removed

It is easy to see why Polygel is so popular and most likely the best go to nail extension treatment to date.

You will not be sorry when you give it a try. Contact us here to make your nail booking and maybe even a hair treatment while you are at it…

Saryna Key Bio

Saryna Key™, from the original founder of MoroccanOil™, Mike Sabag, is a professional haircare and body range of products based on the rejuvenating benefits of Pure African Shea Butter, nature’s best kept beauty secret. All our products are rich in essential vitamins, antioxidants, peptides and amino acids, are not tested on animals, are SLS/SLES, paraben and phosphate free. Our Shea Butter is ethically sourced and our packaging is 100% recyclable.

Beautiful hair and skin has never felt so good.

Your Guide To Summer Hair Care – Your Hair Will Thank You

Summer Hair Care - Reflections Hair Design

While summer brings us much fun and happiness in the sun, it could also bring dry and brittle hair if not protected and cared for properly.  By following our guide to summer hair care your hair can look better than ever. 1. Avoid the heat That is now the heat of your styling tools, rather … Read more