What’s In the Back-bar at your Salon?

So I find my self at time smelling wonderful shampoos and conditioners at the time of getting my hair washed at my typical Hair Salon, I then ask my stylist ” Hey that smells soo good, do you guys sell that here?”, and she answers “No…”. Okay well why would you use something that you do not carry in your salon I asked my self.  It kinda threw me off just a bit. Usually on your visit to the salon you d like to come home with products that they in fact used on you on your visit that day, and not have to go elsewhere to purchase what it is that they used on you that. Its then when the thought runs thru my mind that perhaps the products they sell at the salon are not as good since the stylist dont use them and I’m not not talking particular on styling products but the shampoo and conditioner. Thats why at Bella Gia Salon and Day Spa in San Diego its different, its different because their stylist are standing side by side with the products they play with and sell at Bella Gia Salon and Day Spa in San Diego, and the most important part is that their backbar is filled with the shampoos, conditoners and hair treatments that you find on their retail shelves, is then when you can see that not only doe the salon believe in its products but their stylist choose those products. It makes more sense to me that Salons in San Diego should stand by the products they offer for retail to their clients and use them like the stylist at Bella Gia Salon and Day Spa in San Diego. So here a little homework for you all, next time you visit your salon look around and see what if what they use in you hair is what they have in their shelf. So whats in your backbar?