Let your hair down display
We love to celebrate our passion and love for hair. That’s why I asked the team to share their best at home tips for getting a great hair. So, while Jess and I were shooting in the Genesis Cinema in the Mile End for Edeline Lee’s online London Fashion Week show, (LFW Premiere Monday 22 Feb 5.30pm) Evelina, Janie, Krizia and Natasha share their tips and tricks on how to get the very best from your hair. Easy for them I hear you say 🙂

Reward yourself!
Make a warm bubble bath with Epsom salt or a hot shower and have a spa day for your hair.
Get hair boosters and face masks and make a special time for a hair mask, face mask and nail painting combo.
“Have a Tea Time” she says, “a warm decaf tea or a white wine is perfect.” Our Tea recommendation: T2  or Zero Waste Heaven.
Set the mood with a few candles or a salt lamp for a nice ambience. Set a relaxing piano music or ambient sounds or simply get into
your coziest clothing.
Let your hair down and have fun. Get yourself some nice accessories.

  • JANIE:
You’ve got it!
Don’t despair with your uncut hair,
Pamper it with a moisture shampoo for lustrous locks.
Use a smoothing conditioner to seal down those split ends.
Apply a strengthening treatment to lock in flexibility.
Protect from the elements with a hair finish.
No need for pandemic hair when your in control with your  hair weapons!

Make the most out of it!
Homemade Hair Care Tips
– massage your scalp 10 mins daily
-use oils ( coconut, argan, olive)
-drink  a lot water
-hair mask twice a week
-wash every 2/3 days
-keep ends hydrated  to prevent hair breakage and splits ends
-sulfate free shampoo
And have a fun  with different types of homemade masks!  💆

Stock your shower.
On a days when you wash your hair, consider adding a pre-shampoo to your routine. Check COLOR WOW DREAM FILTER. It removes minerals (found in well water/hard water) that darken and distort your colour.
It works like a sealant and smooths the hair’s cuticle before it gets wet so there’s less damage. It’s recommended for all hair types except fine. It also protects against friction from massaging in shampoo.
Get smarter about your shampoo.
All shampoos have detergents that strip oil and color from hair. What you want is a shampoo that says “damage repairing” on the label and has proteins to strengthen hair. We like Tigi Copyright Repair shampoo which has the lowest concentration of detergents. One word of warning to fans of dry shampoos , hair sprays, silicone serums, or mousses: You’ll need to alternate a cleansing conditioners with regular shampoo. Cleansing conditioners can’t remove all that product residue that makes hair less flexible and leads to breakage.
Change the way you think about conditioner.
We all know they smooth frizz and make your hair softer and shinier. But if you own a blow-dryer or flat iron, you should also know that conditioners are critical to heat protection. It’s just as important as heat-protection spray, if not more, because conditioner is better at coating the hair. Leave it on for at least five minutes, and then rinse with cool water. This allows for more residual conditioner to be left on the hair.
Add layers of products
Since heat is the worst thing for your hair, double down with a heat-protectant spray. But recognize that if it’s going to work, you’ve got to apply it the legit hairstylist way: Grab small sections of damp hair and mist each one up and down the length (two or three spritzes per section). When you’re finished, comb your hair to distribute the formula—heat protectants are pretty useless if they’re not applied all over, and getting there takes only a few seconds.
Move things along.
Anything that speeds up a blowdry is good—less heat means less damage. Blot (don’t rub) your hair with a towel, then do the same with paper towels. You’ll be shocked at how much more water comes out of your hair and how it makes blowouts take half the time. Add a quick-dry spray and you’ll be back to your online work again in no time. Recommendation: Color Wow Speed Dry.
Save your old shirts.
Your cotton tee is gentler on your hair than any luxurious towel for drying. It’s why top hairstylists keep them on hand. They don’t rough up the cuticle as much, so you don’t have to work as hard to smooth the hair and make it look healthy.
Get creative.
If you air dry your hair overnight, you can minimize damage and free up time for snoozing, coffee, whatever in the morning. One trick that works for all hair types: Sleep with damp hair in two loose braids. It smooths frizz, loosens curls, and gives straight hair beachy waves.
Treat yourself.
Weekly scalp treatments make a bigger difference in the long run than you’d think. Keeping the hair follicles clean prevents the blockage and inflammation that leads to thinning hair later in life.
Boost the shine factor.
Sure, you could use shine sprays and serums, but they don’t always look so natural. Dry oils, which contain the lightest silicones and oils, create the most believable shine. They smooth the hair’s cuticle, which is the hallmark of healthy hair. have you tried COLOUR LUSTRE OIL of Tigi Copyright collection? We are a proud stockists, reach out if you need a hand with orders.
ALWAYS: Use heat-protectant spray. It prevents frizz, flyaways, split ends, breakage, and dullness.
ALWAYS: Choose tools wisely. Detangle with a wide-tooth rubber comb and style with a boar-bristle brush. Pick an ionic blow-dryer with 2,000 watts, a ceramic iron, or keratin-infused tools.
ALWAYS: Take the nozzle off your blow-dryer. Point it down,  the heat will be more diffused.
NEVER: Manhandle wet hair. If you tug on it, tease it, tie it up with an elastic, sleep on it, or comb it, wet hair will likely break. Wait a few minutes after showering before detangling.
NEVER: Obsessively flatiron.
NEVER: Neglect your scalp. Treatments with almond, sunflower, or coconut oil help hair grow in healthier.
NEVER: Skip sunscreen. Believe it or not, 100 hours of direct sunlight is as damaging as having straight bleach on your hair for 30 minutes.

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