Winter Hair Woes? SPRING Back Into Action!

Beverly Hills, CA. Healthy hair is soft and bouncy because it contains moisture.CMC is a key hair component which retains moisture in the cortex (cortex CMC), seals it in (cuticle CMC), and prevents it from evaporating (surface CMC). CMC also serves as pathways where color chemicals travel through to reach cortex. Due to the harsh winter weather or over-processed hair with color treatments, the CMC in your hair gets damaged losing its moisture retaining capability resulting in dry, brittle, limp hair. 

After a lifelong of weak frizzy hair that used to take an hour to wash, condition and comb, I went to visit Mika Fowler, Celebrity Hair Stylist of Gavert Atelier in Beverly Hills. She suggested theInphenom, a 5-step deep conditioning treatment to help the CMC to regain the power to retain moisture. In just 15 minutes, while I was enjoying the comfortable massage armchair at the wash sink, my hair was brought back to its healthy vibrant state. Mika told me many celebrities have discovered and became fans of Gavert Atelier's 5-step deep conditioning treatment such as 90210's Annalynne McCord; Couples Retreatstarlet, Malin Ackerman; Twilight Saga cutie Christian Serratos; Ali Fedotowsky from The Bachelorette; Emanuelle Chriqui from Entourage; Jayde Nicole from "Holly's World" and 2009 Playmate of the Year; Jillian Harris from The Bachelorette; Taryn Manning from Hawaii Five-O; Kyle Richards and Taylor Armstrong from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and Glee's Naya Rivera.

Then Mika meticulously dried, cut and styled my hair and gave me a fancy Jennifer Aniston’s look I totally love and it doesn’t take 20 seconds to comb in the morning. My hair has never felt so soft, shiny, strong and healthy. Can't make the trek all the way to Beverly Hills to visit the salon? Too bad. You would be missing a treat! However you can easily maintain the effects of this treatment at home by following the 5 easy steps that Mika suggests.

Mika Fowler and Taylor Armstrong

Taryn Manning in front of Gavert Atelier salon

Colure products may be purchased through Gavert Atelier Beverly Hills 310-858-7898 or the Colure website

Mika Fowler and Emanuelle Chriqui

Established in 1998, Gavert Atelier is a groundbreaking innovative salon providing the finest spa & hair treatments available. A leader in the natural hair care industry known to only use ammonia-free oxidative pigment color in their products.  Staffed with the most experienced, knowledgeable,friendly and trendsetting stylists, producing the hottest and most current cuts, blowouts, styling and color the salon also offers luxurious beauty services.  Gavert Atelier Salon continues to maintain and build its notable clientele including celebrities likeRob Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Christina Applegate, Christine Lahiti, Shannon Dougherty, Star Jones, Ali Fedotowsky, Kathy Hilton, Carrie Preston, Rosario Dawson, Karina Smirnoff, and stars from the hit television shows Friends and Glee.

Mika Fowler and Kyle Richards

Located at 9666 Brighton Way, Beverly Hills, CA 90210, Gavert Atelier opens its doors Tuesdays from 10am to 5pm, Wednesdays 10am to 6pm, Thursdays 12pm to 8pm, Fridays & Saturdays 10am to 6pm and Sundays from 10am to 4pm. For more information, visit

Mika Fowler transcended the world of hair styling and entered celebrity status when she began sculpting the tresses of Tinsel-town's elite. With an ingrained sense of style and a pair of sheers, it's undoubtedly Mika's creations that have earned her the well deserved position as Gavert Atelier's Style Director.  Her specialty: the "dry cut"... is described as cutting the hair after it is blow dried as opposed to when it is wet which assists in maintaining both the hair's health and style. As free-spirited as she is, her dedication to precision is what makes this particular cut her signature craft.

Photo credits: Gavert Atelier


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