As Valentine’s Day less than 12 hours away – and you may well be stressing about the state of your tresses – we thought we’d give you a very easy way to revitalise your hair overnight! While many of you know to leave Philip Kingsley Elasticizer on for 20 minutes to an hour for a … Read more
Winter can be quite harsh on your hair and scalp, as well as the skin on the rest of your body. Flaking and itching of the scalp become more common and hair also tends to get frizzier. While we can’t change the freezing cold weather or stop the gale force winds, we have some great tips to … Read more
‘My hair won’t grow’ is a frequently brought up concern in our consultation rooms. However, even though both frustrating and upsetting, there is always a cause for hair failing to reach past a certain length – many of which are quite easy to remedy. In this article we will address two of the most common causes. CAUSE: HAIR BREAKAGE Hair … Read more
Winter is the worst time for dandruff. Many people notice their scalp gets more irritable, with an increase in itching/flaking or just general discomfort. There are two main reasons for this: stress and a change in diet. On the plus side though, common dandruff is a pretty easy annoyance to remedy.
Frizzy hair? You’re not alone. The blustery winter months of wind, rain, cold and hopping in and out of central heating can really take their toll on your hairs’ day-to-day appearance. So, to help you tame your tresses, and keep your locks looking smooth, flyaway free, and styled throughout the day, we’ve put together a list of … Read more
If you have read past articles from our blog, you are probably aware that we are very passionate about nutrition, and not just in terms of your hair health, but your bodily and mental wellbeing too. So with the holiday season just around the corner, we would like to speak about pre-Christmas diets – something we … Read more
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This week Philip Kingsley trichologist, and director, Glenn Lyons, addresses the impact of chemotherapy on the hair and scalp and how to cope with hair loss.
The notion that ‘hair grows faster in the summer months’ is quite a common belief. So, in this week’s issue of Beauty Myths, Huffington Post’s AOL Stylelist.com asked Philip Kingsley Trichologist, Elizabeth Cunnane Phillips, to explain. In response she said “There may be a slight increase in the rate of growth, but it’s really marginal. A natural … Read more
‘Dry hair’ is perhaps one of the most frustrating hair woes. This is especially true in the summer when you have heat, sun, sea and chlorinated water to contend with. You can have the best colour, cut and hairstylist – but if your hair is dry it’s never going to look or feel its best. Thankfully … Read more