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Business Listing   Lovely Beauty Supply - Bronx, NY - Phone: (347) 281-9932


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Helpful Definition for: Hair Care Products

Bronx has hair care products available for sale. Hair is one of the most defining physical characteristics for a man or a woman. The styling can vary a great deal, and can define a person's face and frame it to the best advantage. Just like skin, hair is also highly exposed to the elements and can thus become dull and frizzy over time. This is especially true during modern times of high pollution levels, both in air and water. Thus, it is important to keep the hair clean and well-nourished. Luckily for us, a huge range of hair care products are now available in the market, such as shampoos, conditioners, oils, serums, gels, mousse, hair spray, tonic, vitalizer, volumizer and hair glue. Specific treatments for conditions such as dandruff, frizzy or oily hair, split ends and chemically altered hair are also available in Bronx. The products may be also herbal in original, which are purportedly gentler on the hair. Medication for physiological or medical conditions that affect the hair are also available. Well cared for, healthy hair looks clean, beautiful, glossy and makes you look and feel good!

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