Eyebrow Trends Through the Ages

You may not think about it, but eyebrows are incredibly important. They convey emotion, help you to express yourself, and even protect your eyes from foreign objects! Just like hair, eyebrows have been subject to the changing trends throughout time, so take a look and see just how dramatically eyebrow trends have changed over the years. Eyebrows of the 1920s In the 1920s,…

3 Ways to Protect Your Hair From the Sun

The UK may not be famous for its long hot summers, but we can still enjoy some fantastic sunny days and scorching temperatures, even if they do seem to happen intermittently! So, while we all know how important it is to protect your skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays, do we ever spare a thought for our hair and scalp? Your hair needs to be protected just as much as your skin, as,…

CALUM BEST: CELEBRITY HAIR SUCCESS STORY

We have discussed James Nesbitt and Wayne Rooney’s hair transplant success stories, and we’re now turning our attention to another celebrity who isn’t afraid to discuss having hair restoration. For many years, British model Calum Best has suffered with thinning and hair loss. Beginning to show signs of balding from the young age of 22, he decided to do something…

3 WAYS TO ENSURE A SUCCESSFUL TRANSPLANT THIS SUMMER

Did you just have a hair transplant? If you did, chances are you are still in the all-important aftercare phase, whether that’s immediately after the procedure or a few days or weeks down the line. In order to ensure a successful transplant, you need to pay special attention and care this summer, especially when temperatures get really high! So, how can you ensure a successful…

5 THINGS YOU SHOULD NEVER DO AFTER A HAIR TRANSPLANT

Pre-care is an important concern when it comes to hair transplants, but aftercare is equally, if not more, important. After all, after undergoing surgery it is essential that you take the necessary care to ensure the success of the transplant. If not, you risk developing issues and not healing properly, for example. Your doctor will tell you all about what you can’t do…