How to fix your hair in under 5 minutes
Posted February 16, 2018 05:07:10 When Kim Kardashians hair fell out and she decided to start a salon, she didn’t know how to fix it.
“I went into my local salon and I was like, ‘You know, I need to learn how to do this,'” Kardashes, who works in the kink industry, said.
“So I went into the salon, and they were like, I’ve been doing this for 20 years and this is like the best hair product for my hair.”
So she began experimenting.
“They were like ‘Well you’ve never tried hair products before, you need to be patient.'”
Kim, a self-described “hairy little gal” said she was in the process of getting her hair professionally done when she got the idea for the salon she calls Kim Kards Hair Salon.
Kardas salon is located in a mall, and it’s only open until 6 p.m. daily.
Kards salon is a collaboration with the Kards Foundation, a foundation for the kinky community that focuses on education, awareness and empowerment.
The salon is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m.-6 p.M. to assist women and girls with their hair issues, as well as help them make a life-changing change.
“We’re open to anybody, no matter what hair type, hair colour, hair type hair, colour, colour,” said Kristin Cusack, CEO of Kards.
“The salon will be a space that is empowering for all the hair-types and their needs.
It’s really about changing lives.”
Kardats salon also includes a small “treats kitchen” for women who are on the road and are experiencing “extreme travel,” including travelling with a baby, pregnant, elderly or disabled person.
Kim has a baby on the way and she’s hoping to start working at the salon at some point.
Karding is one of the lucky ones.
The average hair loss rate in Canada is 10 per cent, according to Statistics Canada.
In Victoria, the rate is 16 per cent.
But that’s not an exact figure, as it varies from province to province and it depends on how people define the term “loss,” as well.
“It’s not a really common term, and unfortunately people don’t have a great understanding of the word ‘loss,'” said Cusacks.
“For a lot of us, it’s a way of describing how you’re feeling, or how you have a situation or something that you need help with.
And that’s what we’re going to be working on.”
Kards, which has a full-time staff of five, is a one-stop shop for anyone who wants to learn about hair care, nutrition and even hair dye.
Karras salon also has a monthly benefit for women with any type of hair loss or other hair problems, with $10 donations for each hair colour that they buy.
KARDAS offers a $50 voucher that can be used to purchase any product.
It is also accepting donations to cover rent for the shop and to pay for hair treatments.
“If you can make a difference in somebody’s life, it makes a world of difference,” said Kardasky.