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80% of women colour their hair, and many chemically straighten and curl. Here’s how to fix it!

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pureMonday, September 16, 2013

Fish Hair Salon invites everyone with hair!

Donna Dyer of Fish Hair Salon invites you to the salon to experience an entirely new category in hair care – products by PURELY PERFECT.

purelyperfectThese are the first products specifically formulated for colour treated and damaged hair – and of course un-coloured hair as well. PURELY PERFECT will be available at only 500 salons across North America and Fish will be the exclusive salon in Victoria among this elite network.

Michael Gordon – founder and original owner of Bumble and bumble, creator of Vidal Sassoon, the movie, and author of Hair Heroes – has turned his attention and insights to the health of hair. A visionary in this industry, Michael has created a truly new solution for damaged hair. PURELY PERFECT may make shampoo and conditioner obsolete.

80% of women colour their hair, and many chemically straighten and curl.

Unquestionably, this results in significant damage. The desire for beautiful hair frequently becomes an effort to repair and restore what has been lost. PURELY PERFECT increases the vibrancy and brilliance of colour by smoothing and strengthening, and it dramatically enhances curl and wave patterns. It means the return of swing and luster for all hair. It means healthy hair again!

Donna encourages you to check the website for a special offer and come into Fish Hair Salon to experience it for yourself!

www.fishhairsalon.com www.purelyperfect.com

Donna Dyer, Owner

Fish Hair Salon

1227 Broad Street, Victoria, BC

(250) 388-3473

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