Men love eyes. Perhaps, that's why women spend so much time improving their appearance. Any representative of the weaker sex feels confident if she thinks she looks attractive.
A woman feels like a woman only when she looks attractive. Overgrown roots of dyed hair, chapped varnish on nails and unhealthy shade of the face not only look ugly, but also create psychological discomfort. And if a lady has just visited a beauty salon, where she was given a nourishing mask, massage, styling and makeup, her self-esteem and mood are much better.
But not only beauty improves the psychological state. For many ladies, visiting a beauty salon is also an opportunity to speak out. Not all women visit a psychologist. And not many have close people with whom you can openly talk. So you have to tell about yourself to almost strangers. In psychology, this is called the "fellow traveler effect." A person, deprived of the opportunity to speak out, begins to talk about himself almost the first person he meets. Similarly, some women do the same in beauty salons. They tell about themselves that, at times, their closest people do not hear.
And, of course, in beauty salons it's just nice to be. Relaxing atmosphere, pleasant aromas, caring care – all this sometimes is not enough in life. Yes, and that's too much to hide, it's nice to do nothing for a couple of hours, relax under professional hands. Women usually get a lot of responsibilities. They should maintain order in the house, prepare, educate children, do shopping and even work. For days on end they spin like squirrels in a wheel to create their own men comfortable life. And after all this, ladies are especially pleased to be in beauty salons. They know that they can finally rest.