How Can We Help?

Home / News

News

Do your hair and stylist a favour: 10 tips for healthy hair

Do your hair and stylist a favour: 10 tips for healthy hair

Lockdown is slowly easing and the world outside our homes is cautiously opening. Almost as exciting as sitting a metre (or is it two?) from mates in a pub is reuniting with our hair stylists!

Depending on how well you’ve cared for your hair during lockdown, going back may be a bit daunting, even traumatic. Your stylist can only work with what they have. So, do your part and give them healthy locks with which to work their magic.

Whether rushing back to the salon or not, maintaining healthy hair is an ongoing responsibility. To help you keep it at its best and most beautiful, we’ve curated these top 10 expert tips:

Don’t let hair care go out the window: 5 tips to protect your hair this summer

Don’t let hair care go out the window: 5 tips to protect your hair this summer

With summer round the corner and quarantine easing up around the world, if you’re anything like me you’re already planning meet ups with your friends, be it at your local park, beach, or favourite outdoor restaurant.

We’ve been at home (bored in the house, and in the house bored) for what seems like forever, and now that we are finally able to enjoy the outdoors again, hair care can easily go out of the window.

So, here are 5 tips that you can adopt to care for your hair this summer, so you’re not playing catch up come winter.

Are lockdown bubbles brewing our best selves?

Are lockdown bubbles brewing our best selves?

Starting to grey in my late 40s, I actually thought the newly sprung silver that was streaking through my dark locks looked rather cool. Then a colleague, proud of her own frankness, pointed them out like gum on pavement. Socially shamed, I banished all traces.

In the physical world, our sense of self is naturally influenced by how others assess us – our appearance, intelligence, talent, everything. Unhelpfully, these judgements are often nothing more than the projected insecurities of those struggling with their own perceived inadequacies. So, it’s a vicious circle.