‘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
The ageing or ‘weathering’ of your hair not only depends on how old it is, but also what is done to it on a daily basis and how well it’s looked after. The appearance of your hair, and its reflective quality, depends a lot on your hair type, but also relies heavily on the condition of your hair’s … Read more
Dry hair is a very common and infuriating hair woe, especially during the winter. Cosmetically, dry hair causes the hair to look lacklustre, lose its shine and also diminishes vitality. No one is immune to dry hair; it can be fine, straight, limp, coarse, curly, frizzy bleached, coloured, short or long. Dry hair can even … Read more
Chlorine and salt water dry out the hair. That combined with the sun’s rays means your hair needs serious protection during the summer months. In part 2 of our summer hair care tips we offer our advice on how to prevent your hair from drying out and changing colour.
Summer- we head outdoors, hit the beach and pack our bags for our summer holidays. And in those bags we remember to throw in our sunscreen. And forget about protecting our hair as fast as we forget about our 9-5. But why should we care about protecting our hair from the sun’s rays during summer … Read more
Whether you’re planning your holidays or lucky enough to be enjoying some sunshine closer to home, we’ve introduced your favourite hair care essentials, Philip Kingsley Swimcap & Elasticizer, in handy travel sizes to keep your tresses in great condition over the summer season.
Spend time in the pool or enjoy swimming in the sea when on holiday? Well don’t forget to protect your hair from chlorine and salt water, using the Philip Kingsley Swimcap cream.
This week marks Sun Awareness Week. The damaging effects of the sun’s rays and the perils of overusing sun beds have seen an increase in the number of people suffering from skin cancer. But we often forget to even consider the effect of the sun on our hair.