Survey to qualify to see If Elixhair is right for your hair. (maybe front page) needs form
1.Are you male or female?
2.What are your hair goals?
3.How old are you?
4.What kind of environment do you live in? is it dry?moist?
5.What is your hair texture?
6.Is your hair oily?
7.Is your hair dry? frizzy?
8.Do you have straight, thick, thin, flat, curly, spongy, or wavy hair. ( explain all that apply)
9.What are your hair care goals?
10.Do you have issues with your _____?
11.What did you come to this site for?
12.Did we help you solve what you were looking for?
ask them all these questions and then say you qualify.
Are Elixhair Sulfate-Free Shampoo and Conditioner Right for You? Answer the 5 Following Questions to Find Out.
- IS YOUR HAIR DYED, HIGHLIGHTED, OR BLEACHED? Yes or No
If yes, keep your new hair color intact with a no-sulfate shampoo and conditioner. After a hair coloring service your hair may become drier than usual. A sulfate-free shampoo, however, won’t dry your hair out as much as a sulfate shampoo would. Since Elixhair sulfate-free shampoos and conditioners are so gentle, they’re less likely to wash away your costly hair dye. Most definitely the kindest and most loving way to take care of your hair.
- IS YOUR HAIR CURLY AND FRIZZ-PRONE? Yes or No
If you answered yes, a sulfate-free is likely the way to go.
If you introduce sulfate shampoo into your curly hair, you may be making the situation worse, since sulfates lifts the hair cuticle, making it more likely to frizz. In this scenario, sulfate free shampoos and conditioners are best, since it won’t strip hair of as much moisture and shine as a regular shampoo would.
3. IS YOUR HAIR COARSE? Yes or No
If you answered yes, you may want to skip the sulfate shampoos and conditioners,!
If you have hair that feels dry and rough, as opposed to smooth and soft, when you run your fingers down the length of the hair, then you probably have coarse hair. This type of hair can also benefit from shampoo without sulfates, since a sulfate-free shampoo won’t rid your hair of all its moisture. The natural oils on your head can naturally travel down your hair to provide hydration.
4. IS YOUR HAIR DRY AND/OR DAMAGED? Yes or No
If you answered “Yes”, say “NO” to shampoos and conditioners with sulfates.
On the other end of the spectrum, if your hair is fragile or damaged, a sulfate free shampoo will be gentle enough to not make the situation worse, so whatever moisture you have left on your hair, you get to keep.
5. CAN YOU GET AWAY WITH NOT WASHING YOUR HAIR EVERY DAY? Yes or No If yes, opt in for a sulfate-free shampoo.
You may be able to skip daily shampoos because your hair doesn’t make a lot of natural oil; thus, you can get by with a milder shampoo, it will give you the extra conditioning you may need to make up for the loss of oil shampooing with a daily sulfate shampoo.