Adelita Rezende is a hairdresser in love with her profession.

Since 1992, she has a successful career with constant specialization from major technical centers. She is graduated from Soho Academy, which is based on the technique of Vidal Sassoon. ( ,

The fascination for colored and well cared hair has always spoke up for her, so she sought and still keeps on seeking for greater skill in cuts and hairstyles for parties.

She considers each person "unique", and adapts style and hair color, suitable for each one taking into consideration their tastes and needs!

She is specialized in all kinds of hair chemical, especially in coloring, highlights, Balayages and Post-Chemical Treatments for all hair types.

She has also a partnership with makeup professionals who in major events are part of her team.

Adelita has her own salon and in view of her life quality, she took an important step that many would see as contradictory for a hairdresser.

Her salon is opened to the public from Tuesday to Friday and one Saturday a month.

Adelita Rezende’s beauty shop prioritizes quality services and products in this pleasant and cozy environment there’s also Wi-Fi available for her clients convenience.

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If you color or get highlights on your hair, you know that eventually the hue becomes yellowish. A great tip is to use once a week an Anti-Yellowing Shampoo (Silver Shampoo).

Its consistency is creamy and violet. Do not be scared to use it, apply its purple foam all over your hair, rinse as usual and use a good conditioner or mask for chemically treated hair.

Before blow-drying your hair always make sure to use a heat-activated product or a leave-in, your hair will look shiny again and the yellow shade will be well disguised. It is a great procedure while waiting to make your retouching.