Frizz, split ends, colour damage, over-styling and breakage – we feel your pain. The key is to lock in moisture, tame frizz, de-tangle and repair the hair shaft, and a leave-in conditioner is one of the most effective ways to do this at any time of year. Which is all very well and good, but how would it cope with our frizz?
'Tis the season when there’s a party every night, and getting our hair professionally styled for every single one is both too time-consuming and too expensive. Enter the curling tong, which promises to transform limp locks into bouncy waves.
Meghan Markle never changes her hair length from one public appearance to another. Meghan Markle has been regularly in the public eye since November last year, when her engagement to Prince Harry was first announced. Although she is often pictured by the press, Meghan’s long, shoulder-length hair remains the same length, in contrast to the Duchess of Cambridge‘s hair, which went from long, wavy tresses to what’s now known as the ‘KOB’ (‘Kate bob’), before she grew it a little longer over the summer of this year.
The 'Escape the Corset' movement is sweeping the Internet in protest against the country's unrealistic beauty ideals.
Forget the hairdryer, Dyson has launched a new styling tool which promises to change your morning routine forever. But is it worth the price tag?
Anyone with afro hair knows that whilst it's gloriously versatile, it can be verging on exhausting to style. In the past, I've spent hours watching YouTube tutorials trying to recreate braids and twists, hoping to embrace my natural hair, only to find myself admitting defeat and trekking to the nearest wig shop. It's a common misconception that afro hair is unmanageable, and the countless women out there rocking their natural kinks and curls are a testament to this.