This Christmas will undoubtedly be a very different experience.
Simone Thomas shares her thoughts on how to ensure that this is still the most magical season of the year!
How do you prepare for Christmas?
It is no exaggeration to say that this is a year we will never forget, despite the many highs and lows, I prioritise celebrating this season as a season of joy and relaxation. I love the Christmas...
Simone Thomas sheds some light on how stress can lead to hair loss and how to treat it at its root cause
Traditionally, men are socialised into believing they should be providers and protectors, whereas women are taught to care for their families and to provide emotional support.
These stereotypical gender roles have created a stigma around men expressing how they feel as they are taught to ‘man up’ and...
Whether your hair’s coloured, prone to split ends or has extensions, discover how you can maintain its peak condition in between salon appointments!
As a salon owner, you can imagine how delighted I was when the government announced we were allowed to reopen.
It is so good to have the team back together and we are doing everything we can to ensure all of our clients are safe. We have also...
Discover how business owner and Mum of two, Simone Thomas has been staying productive and making the most of her time in lockdown!
Like many others when we first went into lockdown I experienced a mild sense of panic. How would my business survive? Would the children be okay? How would I cope with taking care of them AND the business from home?
Unknown situations like this require resilience and...
Incorporating plant-based habits into our daily lives can be hugely beneficial for the environment. Start today with these three easy tips…
With research estimating that the number of vegans in the UK increased by 419,000 (62%) over the past year, it’s safe to say that veganism is on the rise!
Whether it is to eat healthier, help the environment or to reduce the pain and suffering of animals, people choose...
Whether your hair is dry, thinning, struggling to grow or gets greasy quickly we’ve got 4 miracle hair masks you can create at home!
Lockdown is causing absolute havoc right now, but don’t let it cause havoc to your hair. With no sign of hair salons opening anytime soon and beauty products selling out fast, we’ve come up with some solutions to help you care for your hair at...
Over the past couple of months, our entire lives have been turned upside down.
Whether we find ourselves working remotely, taking care of the kids or trying to occupy ourselves, everyone is learning to adapt to a new way of life.
Unfortunately, this drastic change in routine and the physical inability to see friends and family members has meant that many of us are experiencing increased feelings of stress and anxiety.
Single this Valentine’s Day? Discover the many positives that come with singledom as well as the reasons why being single on Valentine’s Day is actually a massive bonus!
It’s February and the shops are filled with red roses, luxurious chocolates and gushy cards...it can only mean one thing, Valentine’s Day.
Valentine's Day is the time of year when people typically recognise and express their love and appreciation to those closest...
Throughout the menopause your body experiences hormonal changes which can affect your sleep, mood and even your hair. Read on and discover how you can manage hair loss and hair thinning throughout the menopause!
Many people would argue that your hair is a huge defining feature of who you are. It’s something a lot of women use to express themselves by styling, colouring and cutting.
Therefore, it’s not surprising that...
Discover how shorter days and longer nights could be causing some of us to feel irritable, anxious or even depressed.
It’s normal for some of us to feel a little low after the festive period. We find ourselves settling back into our usual routines and a seemingly long, dark January looms ahead of us.
But you might have been feeling these winter blues long before the post-Christmas period.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)...