Unfortunately this is not my hair
“Wow, your hair is in such good condition.”
I never expected to hear this. My hair is fine, long, dyed blonde and is subjected to the ocean and chlorinated pools. There was also a time when I was living in England and the hairdressers there bleached the living daylights out of it so I’ve been in recovery for a while.
1) Lush’s Daddy O violet shampoo for blond and grey hair. It smells so frikkin yummy and makes my hair so shiny. I bought the 100gram bottle for my Kakadu travels and I will definitely be repurchasing a bigger size.
The Ronettes paved the way for the beehive
Help! I’m stuck in a hair rut and can’t get out. Or can I?
I’ve spoken before about my hair hang-ups. I’m not ready for a chop or colour change so instead I’m challenging myself to try new hairstyles. The first on my list is the beehive.
1) No Drought Dry Shampoo by Lush. I use this about four times a week – every week. It’s a lifesaver. And the most cost effective dry shampoo I’ve come across (short of using bicarb soda or baby powder).
Style Dares. Have you heard of them? It all started when blogger Fox In Flats dared her readers to wear red lipstick every day for a week. It went gangbusters. Now people from all around the world are chomping at the bit to be taken outside their comfort zones. I’ve been doing them for a while now and lemme tell ya it’s a lot of fun. The support you get is unbelievable. Strangers liking your posts and leaving flattering comments can be a much-needed ego boost, particularly for those of us who have been stuck in a style rut. Continue reading
Once upon a time my fine hair needed daily washing. Until I discovered shampoo in a tin. Whoa mama – my life was transformed! Maybe that’s a slight exaggeration but it did mean more time for me. And when people say life’s too short to be washing your hair everyday … yadda yadda yadda – I agree.
Brand: De Lorenzo – Absorb
Price: It’s exxy. I paid $19.50 at my salon. Try online at Hair Booth and Buy Hair Direct but check shipping costs. Continue reading