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April 23, 2022
If you want more of something it’s normal to think about what needs adding. But in hair, the biggest gains come from stopping the losses. As Lord Weinstock stated when asked his best investment tip for getting rich, he said, “don’t lose money”.
For most healthy people, most of the time, the quality of hair growing from the scalp is the best it’s going to be, and the most important thing is to hold onto that. Many things in modern lifestyles deplete hair – weakening the protein structure and dehydrating the hair shaft. This leads to a slow shrinkage in girth, and a loss of flexibility leading to breakage, splitting, and to thin wispy flyaway frizzy hair.
Whilst I’m not suggesting we hide away and live in a nunnery, there is a spectrum of harm with lifestyle habits from no damage or very little with good techniques and care, to devastating with carelessness or lack of knowledge of better technique. How far along the spectrum are you?
Let’s face it, with blondes and redheads being slowly bred into oblivion by dominant dark-haired genes, it could all be looking a bit flat and monochrome tonsorially speaking. Thank heavens for great colour products and techniques. And when I say great technique, that’s well thought out strategy and precision application with minimal repeat colouring over the same pieces of hair. Read the blog: Everything You Wanted to Know about Colour
Sorry to bang on about this but it’s probably number one for hair damage with home technique and incompetent styling. Read the blog: Do You Make these Mistakes when Blowdrying
High alcohol, heavy oils, silicones, plasticisers can make the hair look lovely today but come with a sting in the tail as they often deplete the hair and shrink it faster. Read the blog: Haircare Dirty Secrets #1
If your hair is short, it will be replaced soon enough, but for longer hair where condition is important the salt in seawater is corrosive. The weft on the left was protected with LifeSaver UV Leave-in Treatment
Swimming in a chlorinated pool without protecting the hair is giving the hair a diluted peroxide-wash each time. Blonde hair can become green quite quickly. These wefts started out as one piece the same colour 7 days before the image. The right weft was protected with LifeSaver UV Leave-in Treatment.
Sunlight weakens the internal bonds of the hair and dehydrates it. Clouds may only stop 20% of the rays. Sun protection for skin is understood, only the most savvy are conscious of the same need for hair. LifeSaver UV Leave-in Treatment protects while leaving the hair feeling silky and smooth. Cleanse with UV Protective Shampoo & Conditioner. Read the blog: Could this be the Answer for Your Hair
All these lifestyle impacts take out. For your best healthy hair you have to give time to put back.
Regular LifeSaver Prewash Treatment feeds and protects to radically reduce shrinkage, breakage and split ends. Three to choose from: Original, Ultra and Deep Sleep.
Michael Van Clarke
May 14, 2022
The cause of endless arguments over hundreds of years. Cream or jam first? In Cornwall the jam goes on first. Apparently this is how the Queen prefers it. The Devonshire method is for the cream first as shown in the image above, but I guess you could always turn it over to
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Our kids often ask for a cake or biscuit etc, but I’m very conscious of not letting them have too much sugar. Would you believe they still willingly hand their party bags in to me so I can decide which sweets they can have, rationed over as long as I can get away with! So...
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