Saturday, 30 July 2016

Here's a new Blog Post about Lucinda Ellery reviews: Lucinda Ellery Reviews—Fine Thin Hair Don’ts

There are plenty of generally effective quick fixes to make hair look thick and voluminous. However, any lady with fine thin hair knows that many of these tips do nothing to help the look and feel of her hair. If you are one such lady, it pays to know the things to avoid so you won’t damage your hair any further.

Don’t wear your hair in a ponytail or braid

Fine hair is very delicate, and ponytails and braids apply too much friction on thin hair strands that can lead to irreparable damage.

Don’t use chemical-based hair products

Yes, hair products can plump your hair initially, however, the chemicals in these products can change the hair’s structure and make it look dry and limp.

Don’t tease your hair

Teasing your hair will only make thinner because it damages the cuticle, which is the outermost protective layer of the hair strand.

Want to know the right way to care for your fine thin hair? Visit Lucinda Ellery reviews to find out.


Styling Tips for Fine, Thin Hair,

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Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Lucinda Ellery Reviews: Braiding Fine Thin Hair

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The Blend: Initial Review Strands Virgin Hair

Finally managed to get back on here for a hair review, it's been a hectic couple of months but I've got few reviews lined up [in no particular order!] first up is Strands Virgin Hair

Strands Virgin Hair is a US based company, that offers virgin hair in natural textures that mimic afro hair textures [ummmm ok sign me up!] They offer wefts, clips & closures.


With a mission statement like that I had to give them a try!  I received 3 bundles of their afro kinky wefted hair to make a upart wig. I'm always a little wary when trying unknown hair for a upart, it really has to match your hair 99.9% if you don't want to have to blend the hair[some times I just don't!]. I really want this to be an everyday wig, one where no one would ask if the hair was mine or not. Did it deliver? heck yeah! this is a great match for 4C hair probably in my top 3! [yeah I said it!]

Like natural hair the hair was initially quite dry, however after co-washing and adding products [hydrating curl cream] the hair felt amazing. This a great texture for us 4C girls but you do need to remember that it is like 4C hair in every aspect so you do need to take extra care so it doesn't tangle or become dry [like you do with your own hair right?] also remember shrinkage yes hunny chile! this hair will shrink again like 4C [WHEN I SAY IT'S LIKE 4C HAIR I MEAN IT!]

The hair is easily styled with twist outs this will help define the curls and stretch them. The hair looks great in a brushed out fro but if you don't have to time to take extra care when detangling I would stick with twist and braid outs. The hair detangles fine as long as you are doing it the correct way. So use lots of conditioner [this hair really liked Herbal Essences Coconut Conditioner] and brush from ends and work your way up. Aunt Jackie's Curl Mane-tenace works great for definition and softness. This would be great if you have 4C hair and you are a fan of clip ins as it will blend really well.

I colored and cut this hair after initially wearing the hair in its natural state I decided  to give the Upart wig a revamp, I lifted the base color which was a natural black then tinted it with a burgundy/purple color, it's subtle but very cute [if I do say so myself] I also gave the hair a Frob a fro bob! I LOVE it! people at work have been commenting on how fab my natural hair is looking so to be that is definite +

I don't really have any negatives about this hair so far, it held up to color well even after two color processes, time will tell if the hair holds up my my initial thoughts are pretty good!

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Sunday, 24 July 2016

Here's a new Blog Post about Lucinda Ellery reviews: Lucinda Ellery Reviews: Lupus and Hair Loss

Lupus is an auto-immune disease that causes a variety of symptoms including pain, inflammation, and hair loss. The most common type is systemic lupus, which attacks multiple tissues and organs in the body, including hair follicles.

Most people won’t notice the 50 to 100 strands they lose every day, but if an individual has systemic lupus, the hair loss will be much more dramatic and noticeable. Hair may thin out and become prone to breakage, or fall in clumps at the slightest pull. If systemic lupus is causing your hair loss, know that you aren’t completely powerless against it. Here are some solutions to try:

Get a new hairstyle

Visit your favourite hairdresser and ask about hairstyles that cover bald spots. You may also want to ask about hair products that add volume to your thinning or balding hair.

Experiment with hair accessories

Scarves, bandanas and hair wraps can be a great way to cover up hair loss and look fashionable while at it.

Consider hair extensions

Innovative hair extensions, such as Lucinda Ellery’s Intralace System and Medi Connections, are known to be effective in covering up bald spots caused by hair loss.

If you would like to learn more potential solutions to your hair loss, continue reading informative Lucinda Ellery reviews.


What to Do About Lupus Hair Loss,

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Friday, 22 July 2016

The Launch: Simply Comfort Hair

As you may know, Simply Comfort, a natural hair care and service brand has launched in the United Kingdom.

Simply Comfort offers services such as Protective Styles (including cornrow and African hair threading), Hair Care & Product Consultations, Wash-Day Service and Learn to braid private workshops.

The founder, Comfort Nsek aims to re-introduce Afrocentric hairstyles and regimens derived from her roots in the coastal southern part of Nigeria. She shares some of her favourite styles with us today, a combination of cornrow and African hair threading.

Cornrow & Threading

Efik Calabar hairstyles are renowned for representing royal heritage and class. It is often adorned with beads and cowry shells, because every queen deserves a firm crown.

Cornrows (Canerows in the Caribbean) and threading are often preferred for their quick styling time and easy maintenance. The traditional African hair styles makes hair easy to wash and regular oiling of the scalp is made stress-free too. Although each region depicts unique traditional styling of cornrows, the idea and technique is well known in various global regions of Africa.

African hair threading styles can be traced back to our ancestors, and most of us born in Nigeria in the 90’s or before will vividly recall wearing different styles to school.

We consider African hair threading to be one of the most versatile hair styles around. This is because it does not discriminate when it comes to hair length, volume or texture. As well as its modern use for heat-free hair stretching, African threading promotes healthy hair growth and can be styled on both short and long hair.

Traditionally, we use matte or glossy hair thread for hair threading, but recently yarns are used to add colour and to express personal style.

Cornrows and African threading are styles that can be used to express attributes of your identity such as gender, age, ethnicity, religion and personal style.

Simply Comfort is focused on re-popularising cornrows and African threading by sharing modernised styles for daily life and corporate professionals as well as artistic braiding for our creative entrepreneurs. These styles can be worn all year round, just like your box braids!

Share in our journey, sign up on our website today!

For Appointments, Consultations, or to Book us for an event, contact:

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Instagram: @simply.comfort &

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Monday, 18 July 2016

Here's a new Blog Post about Lucinda Ellery reviews: Lucinda Ellery Reviews: Fine Thin Hair Mistakes

Having fine thin hair is difficult. For one thing, a great head of hair at the beginning of the day could end up lifeless after just a few hours. Also, the search for tips to manage fine thin hair is an endless pursuit. The upside is that there are plenty of ways that you can work with what you have. The downside however, is that there are certain ways that you are worsening your situation which you may not know about:

Blow drying too long and too close to your scalp

Thin hair requires some lift to look good, so when blow drying, make sure to blow dry away from your scalp and don’t let the dryer linger. Use a wide-toothed comb to lift up your roots while blow drying for extra volume.

Relying on a curling iron too much

Curling irons are fine, as long as you use them sporadically and at very low temperature settings. Otherwise, you risk damaging your frail hair. To avoid damage, it can be better for you to use rollers instead.

Growing your hair too long

Fine thin hair tends to look dull and flat the longer it gets, so always use a short or middle-length hairstyle that will give you a good volume and bounce.

Avoiding these fine thin hair mistakes will help you manage your hair condition better. If you want to learn about fine thin hair solutions, visit and read Lucinda Ellery reviews online.


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Lucinda Ellery Reviews: Summer Hairstyle Trends

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Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Here's a new Blog Post about Lucinda Ellery reviews: Lucinda Ellery Reviews: Sunsets and Watermelons

A woman’s hair plays a significant role in her appearance, and therefore, also in her level of self-esteem and confidence. This is why ladies with conditions such as trichotillomania and alopecia areata have found great joy in hair loss solutions like the Intralace System. Having a full head of luscious hair (while waiting for their natural locks to recover and grow) enables them to enjoy hair colour crazes like the following:

Sunset Hair

According to Lucinda Ellery reviews, when it comes to hair colouring, women who have the Intralace System can have fun with a wide range of colouring and hairstyling options. Do you long for the so-called “sunset hair” with its deep shades of pink, pretty purples, and fiery oranges? Your wish can come true after a single visit to your trusted salon. Sunset hair can both be edgy and romantic.

Watermelon Hair

Another colouring trend that’s taking the online world by storm is the “watermelon hair.” Creating a sweet and cheery vibe with its pink and green hues, watermelon hair can be your ultimate summer statement. Of course, let your hairstylist assess your extensions or strands for suitability and compatibility first.


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All Hail the Sunset Hair Trend,

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Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Here's a new Blog Post about Lucinda Ellery reviews: Lucinda Ellery Reviews: Foods for Longer Hair

As you read Lucinda Ellery reviews, it’s easy to see that women with hair loss conditions such as trichotillomania, alopecia, and telogen effluvium can rely on a range of solutions, namely the Intralace Options to cover up areas of hair loss. Such hair loss solutions like the Intralace System allow hair to continue growing under the system’s breathable mesh. Therefore, you might want to speed things up by eating the right foods for longer hair in no time.

Foods Rich in Beta-Carotene

Beta-carotene is necessary for the production of vitamin A that is needed for cell growth. Eat beta-carotene rich foods such as carrots, pumpkin, tomatoes, watermelon, and dark leafy greens to promote the healthy growth of your hair and scalp cells.

Foods Rich in B Vitamins

B vitamins, which include biotin, B6, B12, and folate, are typically referred to as the vitamins for healthy hair, skin, and nails. Foods for your daily dose of B vitamins are almonds, walnuts, broccoli, eggs, lentils, beans, wild salmon, avocados, and berries.

Foods Rich in Vitamin C

Other than boosting your immunity, vitamin C also supports the production of collagen, which is required for strong hair and young-looking skin. The best sources for vitamin C are pineapples, oranges, grapefruit, bell peppers, and dark leafy greens.

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The Primer: Harmony Serum Primer

I've found it! Optimus Prime-r, Harmony Serum Primer from Premae Skincare is hands down the best primer I've tried.

For those who live under a rock I'll let you know why you need a primer, make up primer does exactly that it primes your face regardless of whether you wear full coverage Insta worthy foundation or eco girl BB cream primer with elevate your make up game. Primer helps your makeup last the day aswell as giving you a flawless finish, filling in pores and mattifying the skin.

Harmony Serum Primer is vegan friendly and 100% natural, it's great for oily and combination skin and is great for acne prone skin too.

Key Ingredients include Grape seed that helps to smooth and even out the skin, Lemongrass which acts as a skin brightener and  Mineral Salts which is the keep ingredient in fighting acne.

"The grape seed blended formula offers a comforting barrier cream to soothe redness, and smooth the uneven texture, perfect primer to apply before foundation makeup".

I love using this to mix with my mineral foundations, not only does it give them a great finish but it also helps them last longer as I don't need to use too much. I love wearing this in the summer months it keep my make up on my face with little transfer. It also helps that this primer is actually working to care for your skin with natural effective ingredients.

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