This year Instagram is packed with scintillating hairstyles made glorious with the help of Olaplex. Olaplex improves the texture and strength of your hair, especially with continued use. Read more
For over a century women have been colouring their hair shades other than those they were born with. Eugene Schueller created the first chemical dye for commercial purposes in 1907 and called it Aureole (now L’Oréal). Through the years, new colours have been discovered, and we went from one black dye to dyes in every hue imaginable. In the last twenty years, luminous colours have begun to take over the hair scene, while lighter shades of blonde have grown in popularity.
Hair, we all have it, well most of anyway. It’s one of the first things that people notice about us and most certainly one of the things we take care of the most. But despite our hair therapy, breakages are somewhat inevitable and that is why we need to take a closer look as what were are doing every day to our hair that leaves it breaking.
American politician Hillary Clinton once said ““If I want to knock a story off the front page, I just change my hairstyle.” And how right she is. Today we have so many beautiful hairstyles and hair colours that turn the heads of admiring men and envious women.
They say prevention is better than cure, but when it comes to your hair the damage is most likely already done. Let’s face it: we love colouring, styling and experimenting with our hair and don’t intend to stop any time soon
Time flies when you’re having fun, doesn’t it? Surely summer can’t be over already, it just started! But unfortunately we have to face the truth, summer really is over and winter is fast approaching. Read more