Hair care is self-care - it really is that simple. We live in an age of extreme busyness and stress. Making (and actually taking!) time for yourself is often more difficult than it should be but we'd like to outline some practical self-care strategies to help both you and your hair!
Does this cause hair loss? The Internet is full of myths about hair loss! Some are totally left field, and some do leave people wondering, could this be true? We have the answers.
Does weight loss cause hair loss? Weight reduction relies on a decreased caloric intake but a lack in nutrients can ultimately cause hair loss. Inadequate nutrients starves follicles and deprives them of nourishment, which eventually makes hair fall.
When those pesky gray hairs start to appear, many women look for a quick solution to cover them as quickly as possible. If you're finding it’s getting harder to cover the greys between salon appointments, try these tips at home. You may be pleasantly surprised.
Would describe yourself as confident? Or is it a feeling you seem to be searching for; elusive, out of reach, but overflowing in other women you know? Women who seem fearless, who carry themselves with such grace and determination.
Women who struggle with hair loss, often consider wearing wigs and hair pieces (also known as toppers) to help disguise thinning hair or visible scalp areas. Wigs and hair toppers can be very useful to women with thinning hair. Whether you're searching for human hair wigs...
Excess hair in the shower drain, hair shedding during the day, extra hair on the pillow in the morning are all signs of hair loss that could be caused by stress. In our Covid-19 times, it is very possible that the stress caused by fear of the pandemic, job loss, family and
Switching to a plant based diet and vegan friendly hair care products, can benefit both hair and scalp health. Most supermarket shampoos and conditioners include parabens and sulphates. These unnecessary chemicals help make the shampoo lather but can damage hair.