The difference between ordering products online vs. a salon.

The difference between ordering products online vs. a salon.

July 17, 2019
by Nikolett Connelly | Health + Beauty

While Amazon and TJ Maxx are life savors for gifts, furniture, books, and much more; it is not ideal for hair products or skin care.


The biggest concern for clients above all else is quality. When you chose to go through a third party seller, there's a chance you're not getting the product in its truest form. Most decide to add water, and other perservatives to name brand products. Why would they do this, you might ask? Does it seem silly? Well, water is a filler, and allows third party sellers to sell more for less. It increases the quanity, while lowering the quality.

Water dilutes the concentration of nutients from the product, while the also tampering with the mix ratio. Going onto the perservatives, a lot of people don't realize shampoo has a shelf life of anywhere from 6-8 months. These third party sellers add unneccessary perservatives to add longevity to products. This also tampers with the mix ratio, and adds harmful ingrediants to your everyday items. The quality items that are clients crave are not true to form.

 When you purchase product from our salon we can garuntee it's fresh from the factory, it hasn't been neglected and gone bad. So non of the ingrediants are expired and are waiting to nourish your lushious hair. Another reason I really love when clients purchase from our salon, is you're supporting a team of stylists. You're helping us sustain a local business, and allow us to give back to our families, and communty. 

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About The Author: Nikolett Connelly

Nikolett Connelly is a lifestyle colorist/stylist and salon owner at Elle 7 Twenty Salon + Spa.