Check out the 9 key Spring/Summer 2019 hair trends for women which is all about an abundance of flow, movement and colour.
How times have you left the salon with a hairstyle other than the one you had hoped for?
This year’s hair trends continue to be less conventional rather than the traditional short back and sides.
From the catwalks to the high streets, hairstyles have been fun, funky and fresh for 2018.
With the delicate make up of Black women’s hair, there is a certain amount of care required to blow-dry afro hair.
Whether you want to be a dazzling blonde or want a simple colour rinse, just about everyone is going colour crazy.
When it comes to hair, the world is not divided by colour or ethnicity but by hair texture!
There are now home kit hair relaxers that are just as good as that of professional hair salons.
Just like your natural hair, you need to care for your wig to keep it in good condition and shape.
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.
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.
Hair loss is more common than you think. According to the NHS, eight million women in the UK experience female pattern hair loss.
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.
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