Are you ready to discover the hair trends of 2024?

It's time to create new simple habits and say goodbye to outdated hair practices.

Bring an exciting and easy hair routine into your life and welcome the nourishment and health of your hair for the ultimate hair trend of 2024.

Ins & Outs in Hair for 2024

Make the Change: From damaged hair to healthy and vibrant hair

The days of subjecting our hair to extreme temperatures without protection are gone. In 2024, we prefer healthy hair practices, choosing quality products with heat protection and steam styling tools to minimize damage.

Protective hairstyles like braids promote hair growth while protecting against breakage.

Make the Change: Simplify the Routine, Enhance the Style

Simplicity is key in 2024. Instead of relying on many products, we choose those designed for our hair type to give us the perfect result.

So, choose a shampoo and conditioner for your hair type, and a styling product with heat protection and sun protection.

Make the Change: Emphasizing Natural Beauty over Appearance Change

This year, we celebrate natural beauty, embracing our roots - literally. Instead of a major and dramatic change in appearance, we choose to subtly highlight our hair.

Techniques like balayage or hair contouring are ideal for a fresh look that won't change who you are and won't require you to dye your roots.

Make the Change: Elegance with Accessories

Sleek hairstyles are the hair style for 2024, and to easily and quickly create more interest in your hair, accessories are the way to go.

From clips to playful ribbons and scarves, accessories add personality and joy to every look. Bows stand out as the accessory of the year, complementing the latest fashion trends with elegance and charm.

Make the Change: From Quick Wash to Scalp Care

Dedicate more time and make your hair washing more thorough, cleaning your scalp very well.

Scalp scrubs promote good circulation and healthy hair growth from the scalp.

For problems like dandruff, dryness, and hair oiliness, it's a great relief.

The scalp scrub, inspired by Japanese and Korean traditions, offers a luxurious spa experience in the comfort of your home.

Embrace Your Unique Journey for Healthy and Strong Hair

As we navigate the evolving world of hair trends, it's important to embrace our own journey.

However you like to wear your hair, let 2024 be the year you express yourself through it.

If you're on the lookout for a salon treatment that tackles more than one hair woe, you've got to check out the plant-based hair care line we've introduced at bamhairsalon.

Your hair is as unique as you are, and so are the challenges you may face in keeping it healthy, vibrant, and strong.

Greasy roots with dry ends, limp hair lacking volume that simultaneously breaks, dull hair, and color vibrancy loss with dehydration—just a few combos of challenges a head can deal with.

But can a plant-based hair product or treatment deliver immediate and visible results?

When Technology meets Nature, wonders can happen, and the results are immediately visible!

The research and development team at davines gathers cultivated herbs from Italy using pure methods, crafting formulas that target and address specific hair and scalp needs.

This led to a salon care series providing personalized solutions for optimal results! In total, there are 24 possible combinations to cater to every set of needs without processing time.


Comprising 4 bases and 6 boosters with herbal extracts, each with its unique hair benefits:

Hydration, volume, shine, strengthening, control, and enhancement of blonde shades...

A therapeutic experience tailored just for you, as good for the environment as it is for your hair!⁠

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you bought a hair product, but it just didn't work the way you wanted it to?

Well, don't worry, because you might be using it the wrong way.

The right amount and method of application can make a huge difference. So, give that product sitting in your cabinet another chance after reading this article!

Here's something no one really talks about when it comes to beautiful hair: it often doesn't look as stunning when it's not styled.

Most hair, after washing and drying, tends to misbehave in a way we don't like. It can either get too puffy or too flat at the roots. If you don't do a little styling on your hair after washing, unfortunately, you'll be dealing with this problem consistently, thinking that your hair isn't of good quality or health, which is not true.

Luckily, styling can be super easy when you use the right products in the right order – that's called layering your products.

Layering, for those not fully familiar, means combining 2 or more products and applying them in the correct sequence to achieve the desired result on your hair.

Below, the hair experts at Bam Hair Salon will give you a guide on how to use styling products in the right order, regardless of your hair type.

We all know that conditioner comes after shampoo, but how about using products after washing?

On Wet Hair Right After Washing

No matter your hair type, it's good to start with a leave-in conditioner and a hair oil right after washing.

Next, start using the styling products that suit you, starting with the most lightweight ones like water-based sprays, and work your way up to thicker products like creamy ones for the lengths and ends of your hair.
If you need some volume at the roots, any product in any form will do the job.

Comb the products through your hair with a brush suitable for wet hair, and then dry your hair with a hairdryer or a diffuser.

Note that drying your hair doesn't necessarily mean heat styling when done without a brush. It's just to dry your hair faster. Drying your hair is a lifesaver for hair that's been heavily bleached or suffers from severe frizz, as it helps reduce damage and hair breakage

After drying your hair, you can choose to do thermal styling with a brush or a straightener if you want.

It's important to note that if you want to style your hair with heat tools, the perfect time is after washing, after layering, and after drying. This is when your hair is ready to safely handle the heat.
Remember, if your hair is heavily damaged, it's best to do thermal styling once a week.

On Dry Hair

On dry hair, we usually apply products in aerosol form, such as hairspray or a wax spray, or shine-enhancing shimmer sprays

The products we apply on dry hair are to set and give our hair the final look

Lastly, it's a good idea to apply a small amount of hair oil to the ends of your hair for healthy and shiny tips.

Tips & Hacks

Absolutely! After applying hairspray, you can also use hair oil. Similarly, after using gel on curls, you can apply hair oil to soften and break up the stiff and crunchy effect that gel can sometimes give to curls. This combination will give your curls a more natural and bouncy look!

When should I use heat protectant?

According to the guide we provided earlier, if the product is in a creamy or liquid form, it should be applied to wet hair.
If the product is in a creamy or liquid form, it should be applied to wet hair. If it's in an aerosol spray form, apply it on dry hair before styling with hot tools.

Of all the available hair care products and treatments, scalp scrub may not be the first thing that comes to mind.

However, a scalp scrub is considered a necessary step in maintaining healthy and shiny hair, as well as for healthy and rapid hair growth.

Scalp exfoliation is a process that is done before shampooing to cleanse the skin of product buildup, dead cells, and excess oil.

Here are some reasons why a scalp scrub is essential for healthy and shiny hair:

A scalp scrub can also improve blood flow to the scalp, nourishing hair follicles and promoting strong, healthy hair. In conclusion, adding a scalp scrub to your hair care routine can be an effective way to promote healthy, strong, and shiny hair, as well as to support healthy hair growth.

Using a scalp scrub is simple and we recommend doing it once a week as part of your hair care routine.

Here is a simple guide on how to use a scalp scrub at home:

Wet your hair and apply a small amount of scrub to the tips of your fingers.

Part your hair and apply the scrub to your scalp, working it in with circular motions and gentle massage to the scalp, not the hair.

Rinse your hair thoroughly with plenty of warm water to remove all product and any residue from the scalp.

Follow up with shampoo, mask, and conditioner to complete your hair and scalp care routine.


No need for excessive pressure or too hard scrubbing.

that excessive pressure or hard scrubbing during the scrub can irritate the scalp,

so it is important to choose a scrub made of natural ingredients without harsh chemicals that can harm the skin.

In conclusion, a scalp scrub is an essential step in maintaining healthy and shiny hair.

By simply adding a scrub to your hair care routine, you can work wonders for your hair.

So, get ready to shine by adding a scalp scrub to your hair care routine today!

Our recommendation: Kevin Murphy's gentle Scalp Scrub with perlite grains and natural ingredients.

We continue to talk about hair care routines and how important they are for the health of the scalp and hair.

However, in this article, we will explain what you need to know about hair masks:

The hair mask you use at home (non-professional treatment) is what will give a big boost to hair hydration, will reconstruct damaged hair, and of course, will maintain hair health.

Who Benefits from Hair Masks?

All of these reasons above can make your hair dull and dry, and using a hair mask in your hair care routine can work wonders.

How often should we use a hair mask?

A rule for using a hair mask is once a week or once every 2 weeks,

depending on the needs of your hair.

You can determine how often you need to use a hair mask based on how your hair looks and feels, and if their condition improves over time.

How long should I leave the hair mask on for?

For most hair masks, the recommended time is from 3 to 5 minutes, or as stated on the brand's instructions.

However, if you need deeper nourishment for your hair, you can leave it on for up to 20 minutes.

Deep nourishment and hydration are necessary for hair that is very dry and damaged.

However, this is not something you need to do every time you use a hair mask.

How to tell if your hair is damaged

If your hair easily breaks, has a lot of split ends, and you feel that it's not growing, those are signs that your hair needs deep hydration and nourishment.

It's very likely that you need extra care after washing your hair, using a leave-in conditioner and a hair oil.

Once a month, try leaving your hair mask on for about 20 minutes instead of the recommended waiting time.

For those with oily and fine hair, focus on applying the mask to the ends and working it towards the lengths.

Avoid using the mask on the scalp, as it will weigh down your hair

How to use a hair mask

The only way to use a hair mask is directly after shampooing.

This makes the hair mask the second step in your washing routine.

Finally, always use a hair conditioner to lock in the nourishing ingredients in your hair.

What to watch out for:

Make sure to rinse out all products thoroughly with plenty of water at every stage of washing. None of these products should remain on the hair.

Residues of hair products on the hair can "clog" the hair, and while you are doing all the right steps for healthy hair, you may end up doing the opposite.

There are corresponding hair care products that remain on the hair and maintain its health without being rinsed out.

Suggestions according to hair type:

Curly hair

Colored or Bleached

For maintenance

It's really easy to have beautiful, healthy hair,

So why do you try so hard without seeing results?

Today we will mention 5 bad habits that damage your hair without even realizing it.

Follow these rules to

1.You don't give the necessary importance to your washing routine

The foundation of hair care starts with washing. Give it the attention it deserves by following the rules correctly without skipping steps.

The role of the washing process is to clean the scalp with suitable shampoo.

Finally, moisturize your hair with a suitable conditioner.

2. You use commercial shampoo and conditioner

Finally make the change.

Good cleansing of the scalp unlocks the clogged pores of the skin from oil and residues from products (if used) and the environment.

That is why it is very important that the cleansing products you use are quality, without sulfates and parabens.

3. You don't have a hair care routine right after washing your hair.

Hair care doesn't end as soon as you finish washing it.

Your hair routine continues by applying hair care products for the lengths and ends.

Therefore, a leave-in conditioner for the lengths and an oil for the ends are essential products to finish a hair care routine.

4. You don't dry your hair.

Blow-drying your hair doesn't damage it, on the contrary, it helps prevent breakage, instantly enhances the haircut, and adds shine to your hair.

Let's be clear that blow-drying your hair is different from styling your hair with heat.

You use heat on your hair on the second day or later.

It may not be noticeable at the time, but when you touch up your hair styling the next day after washing (on dry hair), especially if done daily, it causes huge damage to your hair.

especially if done daily,

it causes huge damage to your hair.

We recommend styling with heat tools on the day of washing your hair.

Use extra care and styling products, as well as a heat protectant product.

Then, blow-dry and style with heat.

This way, your hair will be well-styled for the next few days.

The basic rule for using heat for hair styling is to do it on the day of washing with the right products (for protection and hold).

By doing this, you can even use hot tools every week for your hair styling without causing damage to your hair.

This is because you have taken care of your hair by hydrating it deeply with care products before washing.

If you want to always have well-maintained and healthy hair, you'll need to create a hair routine that includes all the rules we mentioned earlier.

And it will look something like this:

Wash Day

  1. You wash your hair with shampoo and conditioner for your hair type using quality products.
  2. After washing, apply leave-in conditioner to the lengths and ends of your wet hair, as well as a small amount of hair oil to the ends.
  3. Apply the styling product(s) for your hairstyle (e.g. blow out cream for lengths and a product for volume at the roots) to wet hair to give body, hold, and the texture you want in your hair.
  4. Dry your hair with a blow dryer, starting at the roots and then the lengths.
  5. Apply heat protectant and use hot tools for styling if desired!

After completing the entire process, you can apply a small amount of hair oil to the ends and lengths to give extra shine.

This is called a hair care routine and it starts and ends on wash day.

Try it and see your hair like you've never seen it before!

hair oil

It might sound like two things that don't go together, but believe us, you need it if you want to see your hair grow long, healthy, and strong.

And below we will explain why you should also include it in your routine.

Why hair oil is essential

The truth is, it's quite challenging to maintain healthy hair ends, especially if you color your hair.

Just remember, your hair ends are the oldest part of your hair and have endured the most damage compared to any other part of your hair.

That's why the ends need special care and protection, and hair oil does just that job.

So, oil is an essential product for taking care of your hair ends, as it will nourish and protect them.

How does hair oil works on hair

Hair oil works in two ways on the hair:

  1. It penetrates her stem and
  2. Creates a barrier that doesn't let moisture escape

When to use Hair oil

For achieving shiny and hydrated hair results from using hair oil, apply it after Leave-in Conditioner on damp hair, focusing only on the ends.

Great care is needed in the quantity

Always start with a very small amount as it is very easy to over oil your hair and make it look messy!

Also, once your hair is dry, you can reapply a small amount of hair oil to the ends and lightly distribute it towards the lengths of your hair.

And of course, always after any hairstyle on dry hair!

So your hair will have a very shiny result.

Hair oil should be used every day

Even on days you don't wash, on dry hair.

This way you keep very beautiful, shiny and moisturized hair until the next wash!

One of the most viral and correct tips for healthy hair is the reduction (or even abstention in some cases) of heat styling.

As hair experts, we aim to provide valuable advice and education to both our clients and everyday women who invest in their appearance through well-maintained hair.

However, the advice regarding the use of heat on hair hasn't been fully clarified and might have been misunderstood.

"Should I blow-dry my hair or let it dry naturally?"

"I don't blow dry my hair after washing it to avoid damaging it."

"I prefer to let my hair dry naturally."

"This is the mindset of many women who visit us, and usually these are the cases that encounter the most hair problems, such as:"

The hair doesn't lay flat.

Hair becomes oily.

Hair looks dull.

Hair breaks.

So, they end up with a pulled-back bun because they don't know how to manage their hair,

and even though they are freshly washed and clean, they look as if they haven't been washed at all.

Blow-drying VS Heat Styling

Hair styling with heat is different from simple blow-drying with a hairdryer.

The major difference is that in heat styling using tools like a brush dryer, flat iron, or curling iron, the high temperature has direct and prolonged contact with the hair.

(until achieving the desired hairstyle such as curls or straightening)

While blow-drying, we maintain a distance from the hair, moving the hairdryer to different spots with quick movements to accelerate the drying process on the roots, lengths, and ends of the hair.

The benefits of drying your hair with a hair dryer

Drying your hair with a hair dryer after each wash actually has benefits for your hair:

1. Makes the hair more resistant to breakage

When hair is wet, it becomes more elastic, allowing it to stretch more.

Hair can absorb up to 30% of its weight in water.

This means that the longer the hair remains wet, the more the cuticle swells and becomes brittle, permanently damaging the hair

2. Maintains a healthy scalp

Leaving moisture on the hair, or specifically on the scalp, for hours can harm the scalp's health by causing bacterial overgrowth due to excessive humidity

3. Quickly highlights the haircut and hair shape

Since hair becomes heavier when wet, allowing it to air dry on its own can cause it to lose its initial shape and body from the haircut.

Remember, your hair will "settle" the way it dries

In this case, the roots will become flat,

The top back part may stay open and flattened, and the hair parting may be uneven, not sitting the way you want it the next morning when you're heading to work

Therefore, you end up resorting to heat styling tools to "fix" your hair, causing even more damage in the process

Or you end up with the classic tight bun as a last-minute attempt to salvage your look

Drying curly or frizzy hair

The benefits of blow-drying hair apply to all hair types.

If you have curly or frizzy hair, dry it after washing using a blow dryer.

Blow-drying does not damage hair.

The inside of the diffuser is designed in a way that your hair doesn't come into direct contact with the air.

Reduce emergency styling

Blow-drying your hair should become part of your hair routine.

It's only then that you'll be able to greatly cut down on using heat for styling your hair when it's dry (heat styling, last-minute styling).

If you dry your hair in the position you want, the next day you will have very little or nothing to do for styling your hair.

If you want to do some heat styling, such as curls, the best time is on the day you wash your hair after blow-drying it, always with the appropriate products.

Reducing hair washing frequency

Completing your hair washing routine with drying every time can help reduce the need for frequent hair washing.

See how often you should wash your hair depending on your hair type.

Combine hair care products after washing and a styling product that suits your hair.

This way, you can definitely achieve well-groomed, well-combed, and healthy hair until your next wash!

Let me ask you a question: If there was a product out there that would make your hair happy, wouldn't you want to know about it?

Well lucky you, there is one, it's for all hair types and it's called leave-in conditioner.

Let’s examine the main differences between the leave-in conditioner and the regular conditioner you already use in your hair routine. Do you really need it? And how is it used?

Difference between leave in Conditioner and normal Conditioner

In general, the use of conditioner is essential for all hair types.

The purpose of conditioner is to close the scales of the hair after shampooing, to provide hydration, strength and protection.

There are some elementary differences though between regular conditioner and a leave-in conditioner.

First, you are aware that the conditioner is rinsed out of the hair after it has been washed.

On the other hand, Leave-in conditioner stays on the hair and should not be rinsed out.

Regular conditioner has a heavier formula while leave-in conditioner has a lighter formula.

Which means that you cannot use regular conditioner as leave-in conditioner

because its composition and ingredients will leave a residue on the hair and will clog it.

On the contrary, the light and sophisticated formula of leave-in conditioner is made to stay on the hair without leaving any residue

without leaving any residue and keeps the hair moisturized between washes.

In other words, leave-in conditioner is a treatment that will prevent your hair from drying and dehydrating.

We have covered the main differences between the regular and the leave-in conditioner. Now let’s have a closer look on how to use the leave-in conditioner.

We should emphasize here, that leave-in conditioner does not in any way replace the regular conditioner.

How and when to use Leave-In Conditioner

Leave-In Conditioner is always used on wet or damp hair

  1. Directly after shampooing, on wet hair to maintain hydration levels.
  2. Daily, taking care the lengths and ends of your hair. Preventing hair from becoming dehydrated.

Choosing the right Leave – in Conditioner

If you are a first timer, we suggest you choose according to the ease of use of the bottle and the texture of the product.

You can find it in a soft gel texture or water texture in a spray bottle.

Is leave-in conditioner important in your hair routine?

Our experience tells us that hydration is of vital importance for healthy hair.

We need to treat hair as cautious as our skin.

Leave-In Conditioner is nothing more than a deep moisturizer for hair so it's suitable for everyone (regardless of hair quality, colour, and type)

Leave-In Conditioner is an essential product taking care the lengths and ends of your hair. It also makes your hair shiny, prevents break or frizz and helps them grow long.

Leave In Conditioner is absolutely a necessity for your hair!

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