The rain in spring or the humidity of summer can leave you on a mission to banish the frizz from your hair. Whether you’re naturally prone to unruly strands, moody curls or have fine hair that doubles in size the minute humidity hits, I’m here to help.
Having spent years experimenting with the colour of my hair during my teens and twenties I had finally succumbed to the 'au naturale' look and then the dreaded greys began to set in. This has led to me needing a root tint every 6-8 weeks and my hair drying out even faster than my peroxided blonde days
I’ve been a big fan of PHYTO for years - 25 years to be precise. I first started using their products when I became a makeup artist in my early twenties, starting with their very iconic hair oils. Now they're not only in my work kit but a big part of my haircare at home.
Ever been against the clock but still want to look fabulous? If you're like us you'll understand that feeling when you're getting ready in the morning and suddenly realise you may have been a little time optimistic. Or you have a spontaneous night out ahead and there's no time to wash your hair.
When it comes to hair, we all want what we can’t have – ladies with straight hair always seem to want curls or waves. Undone waves never seems to go out of fashion. Done right, your hair will look thicker, healthier and sexier!
It took a while to get my head around going grey, not surprising considering I was only 28. Now I’ve learnt to embrace it, well, with the help of my hairdresser. I’m afraid I’m not quite ready for the full monty yet.
Grey hair can annoyingly creep into your life as early as your twenties and if you’re one of the lucky ladies, in your late forties. Regardless of when they show up, one thing is for certain, they're not going anywhere and once they appear, they’re like persistent weeds.
I’m constantly asked how can you remove the brassiness in hair? Being that this is a problem I have myself, I know the answer. You need to add violet or purple to neutralise the brassiness. That’s where Touch Of Silver comes in.
Adding volume to hair, is something I put into practice most days at work. Like Roxy (above), some women struggle with fine or lifeless hair. Luckily after years of working as a hairstylist, I can show you how the right techniques and products can help everyone achieve, thicker, fuller, more voluminous hair.
People often say how blessed I am to have curly hair. I used to feel more genetically challenged! My curls suddenly appeared at the age of 12. Let's say there were a few tricky years ahead. Trying to find the best way to tame those curls wasn't easy,