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Replenish Salon

1745 Defoor Place NW

Suite C

Atlanta, GA. 30318

Phone: 404.981.7024

Email: contact@replenishsalon.com

Parking available in front of salon with

additional parking in the back.






Salon Hours

Sunday: Closed

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Wednesday:  8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Thursday: 9:30 am -6:30 pm

Friday: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Saturday: 8:00am - 2:00 pm

August 2, 2017

Certified Replenish Stylist

Why is a nighttime routine with flat ironed hair important?

Of course, when you take the time to flat iron your hair or pay for a service, you want it to last, but more importantly, did you know that the health of your ends depends on it? Yes, the way that you manipulate your hair, even in a smooth, flat ironed state matters. This is even more important for naturals as we tend to get hair that is thicker at the roots due to sweat or humidity, making it easy to pop and create split ends when manipulating hair that may have puffy roots and smooth ends.

If done properly, I first suggest having the hair as smooth as possible (this doesn’t have to be “bone straight”). Sometimes lowering the flat iron actually backfires if you’re manipulating and wrapping your hair like it is relaxer straight, when in actuality it still has a lot of texture that you can pop by combing or wrapping. When opting for lower temperatures it is best to only finger comb, roll ,flexi rod, or pin curl the hair; NO wrapp...

January 10, 2017

Certified Replenish Stylist

Start your new year off RIGHT: with healthy ends. 🎉 Yes, hair grows from the scalp, but it breaks from the ends. We often hear the myth that trimming stops you from retaining length. Yes, there are some bloggers/textures that are LOOSE enough (easy to manipulate), OILY enough (retains more moisture easily), or STRONG enough (doesn't break as easily) to go 6-12 months with no trim and majority of the length is retained. That is not the case for most textures, but trim schedules vary from texture to texture and regimen to regimen.

Having a healthy hair regimen avoids you having TOO many split ends, but split ends still occur to some extent and need to be taken care of. When you allow your trim to go too long, it travels into the healthy hair and limits your length retention. Trims: 1) help to retain length 2) help to create movement 3) help the style to last even after you leave the salon 4) help make your detangle easier. The list goes on, so DON'T be afraid to keep those ends tri...

January 10, 2017

Certified Replenish Stylist

 Retaining Length: Heat Styling

In the natural hair community so much concern is given in regards to using heat. "No heat challenges" are great but not always practical for every natural.  For example, I have been natural for over 8 years. There are seasons where I wear mostly natural styles (twist-outs or wash and go’s), and there are seasons where I wear sleek styles (silk presses). Currently, I am on a mission to grow my hair back from a bob cut I received about 2 years ago. 

Due to my texture, wearing my hair straight is the best way for me to reach my hair length goal. Reasons why? My texture is described as having fine/medium strands and low to medium density. Because of this, too much manipulation and tangles cause my hair to pop. When I wear natural styles both of these are increased, and as a result, I do not retain as much length due to the excessive trims that are needed. In the past, when I would wear natural styles, my hair was already at a longer length, as I had alrea...

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