Here are two great tips that I bet you’ve never heard of before, for managing your hair during the summer months or whilst on holiday. 1. Use a t-shirt to dry your hair instead of a towel. Patting your hair with a t-shirt will absorb just as much moisture as a towel, but the fibres… Continue Reading »
How do you maintain blonde highlights during the summer months in between visits to your hairdresser? One of the best ways is to use a purple shampoo and conditioner. These products are tinged with purple pigment which will counteract orange and yellow tones that build up in your hair. These brassy tones start to show… Continue Reading »
Is your hair thinning around the parting or the hairline? Are you conscious of being able to see your scalp through your hair where it’s thinning? Well, I may have the answer, hair fibres. Hair fibres are small coloured keratin strands which when applied to the thinning parts of your hair help to blend the… Continue Reading »
Hair loss can affect up to 50% of us at some point during our lives here are the three most common causes:- 1. Have You Checked Your Iron Levels And Your Thyroid? Around 20% of women suffer from low iron levels and thyroid disorders which are often undiagnosed and both cause hair loss. It is… Continue Reading »
Dry Shampoo is an underrated styling product and if you aiming to be as environmentally friendly as possible, you’ll be amazed at how much water you can save by skipping a shampoo a week.
At last a vegan hair care range that cleanses and moisturises to a professional standard.
I am an advocate of using good products for your hair and skin, not necessarily the most expensive products but I do believe you get what you pay for and I strongly believe that a good quality shampoo and conditioner is a real investment for the immediate and long term condition and manageability of your… Continue Reading »
I HAVE GREY HAIR! I HAVE GREY HAIR! I’ve said it! I’m a woman of a certain age and I have grey hair! Like many of us, my greys are predominantly on my parting and around my hairline. There is no research to support why the greys start appearing at the front, the preference would… Continue Reading »