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Check out the 9 key spring / summer 2019 hair trends for women which is all about an abundance of flow, movement and colour.
Usually a case of trial and error, buying hair extensions is an art form mastered by few. How many rolls of hair do you need to buy? Should you get human or acrylic hair? How do you work out the colour code? Here’s the ultimate guide on how to buy weave.
There are various ways to achieve instant hair length in whatever style you want. All you need to decide is which hair extensions method is best for you.
Should you buy expensive or cheap wigs? It is true what they say, you get what you pay for and especially when it comes to buying wigs. The more you spend, the better quality of wig you will get. A good quality wig will not only look better but it also means that it will last longer.
Veronica J. launched Luxju Natural Hair Care company in February 2018 and has since sent the industry and her ever-growing patrons into an afro tizzy. As the name implies, her products leaves hair feeling uber luxurious. Here, she shares how to join, and thrive in, the market. Her family is of Jamaican heritage.
The decision to chemically process your hair is a difficult one to make. The slightest mishap and you could end up with terrible results – and you might even end up with burns or, at worst, bald patches.
Trendy Notting Hill based Three V Hair Salon, is offering The KOL Social Community 15% discount on all new clients on their first visit to the salon. Treat yourself to a fabulous head of monofibre hair extensions.
If you believe that you have suffered from bad practices in a hair salon, you may find yourself in the unfortunate position where you have to sue a hairdresser for compensation. And rightly, so.
One of the most common reasons for hair loss is an autoimmune disorder (alopecia aerata) in which the body destroys its own hair. However, it can also be caused by external factors such as chronic traction (pulling) on the hair follicle. This is called traction alopecia.