Alongside dry shampoo, hairspray is a staple in virtually every woman's hair routine. Fact. A single spritz can boost volume for hours on end, keep intricate updos in place, lend otherwise frizzy locks a super-sleek finish and even tame those pesky flyways that have a habit of appearing out of nowhere. But finding one that doesn't take your locks from silky soft and perfectly styled to crunchy, crispy and weighed down is no mean feat.
We sleep, on average, for around six to eight hours a night. And while our body uses this time to rejuvenate our bodies and minds, it’s also a great time to supercharge your skin and give your hair a little extra love. Slathering your face with intensive moisturise might be all your current go-to pre-bed routine consists of, but incorporate some of these clever tools into your regime and you’ll wake a whole new woman. Any beauty buys we’ve missed?
Would you take a supplement if it was going to make you look or feel better? Here’s our guide to why you might want to try one and our pick of the best beauty supplements available. Should we be taking supplements?
Ever seem like your hair’s stuck at the same length? It’s a common problem amongst women, especially those with afro hair. Although our hair may grow easily, it’s can break easily too if not careful, which makes it harder to retain the length. Achieving longer lengths is possible but it can take a little more care and perseverance. Follow these steps to minimize breakage and get longer hair.
You may think twice before using a straightening iron or shudder at the thought of the dry straw-like texture that comes with the heavily hair trends you see on Instagram but it might be certain daily habits that actually cause your hair damage. Ditching some bad habits in your haircare routine can be the difference between a dull mane rife with split ends and the best hair of your life. Here are eight things to avoid for strong and healthy hair.
We all know that hair straighteners aren’t brilliant for our locks. They split our ends and seriously screw with the quality of our hair. But what we didn’t know was how much danger they were doing to our colour.