Learn more about this secret weapon to combat limp, style-resistant hair… and how you can incorporate it in your life.
The effects of volumising powder are magic but these styling products aren’t the easiest to use. Here’s how to get it right.
Do you have fine, thin hair? We have some tips to help it appear thicker and fuller.
What’s the fuss about hair powder, also known as volumising or texturising powder? If you’re a fine- or flat-haired girl, this is an innovation you have to read about.
We all love that easy-going, model-off-duty-style hair – here are 3 ways to achieve it.
“Alcohol has a drying effect on hair, leaving it brittle, lifeless and prone to split ends, so it’s always better to choose hair products without alcohol.” You’ve probably heard this claim before. But in the age of Fake News and easily spread “click to share” misinformation, is it true? Is alcohol bad for hair? The answer is yes. And no.
Hair texture is a very confusing term, as different people, use it in different ways. For some, texture refers to the curl pattern of hair. They may even interchange the use of ‘hair texture’ with ‘texturised hair’ – that is, how straight or curly your locks are. For others, hair texture can be only three things: fine, medium or thick (AKA coarse). Then there’s a third group that insist hair texture depends on a delicate interplay of both these elements: curl type and individual strand circumference
There's no need to pop expensive pills. We'll show you how to get thicker hair using smart styling tricks that don't cost you anything.
Making your voluminous can be a battle if you're working with fine stands. What you may not know is that gorgeous volume starts with the right shampoo and conditioner.