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Ways to Store Your Wig

wig on a wig stand

If you wear wigs, you’ll usually have your favourite and several others that you wear when you fancy a change. They make you feel beautiful and confident and you’ve spent your hard-earned cash on them so it’s important to look after them.

As well as washing and styling them correctly, you also need to store them properly when you aren’t wearing them. Nope, you can’t just shove them in a bag or drawer, they have to be looked after if you want them to look great for as long as possible. Here are the best ways to store your wig.

Before you store your wig away

Clean and brush your wig. If it’s in good shape before you store it away, there’s more chance that it will be in good shape when you want to wear it again. Make sure you never store your wig when it’s damp though as it can attract dust and mould.

Day to day storage

If you wear your wig every day, it’s best to store it on a wig stand or mannequin head. This will help keep it in good shape and preserve the style.

If you want to store a wig away for longer

Maybe you’ve found a new favourite wig and you want to store what is now your second favourite away for a while. Fold the wig in half from ear to ear, parted in the centre. If the wig doesn’t have a centre parting, put a small bit of tissue paper at the crown to help retain the shape during storage. Place a hairnet over the wig to preserve the style, and put it in its original packaging if possible.

Store your wig away from direct sunlight

Heat and sunlight can cause colour fade and it can also damage the hair fibres and make them fall apart. Store your wig in a cool, dry place.

Plenty of room in your closet? Store your wigs there!

Now if your closet is fit to bursting, you might need to clear some space first, but your bedroom closet is a great storage choice for your wigs. You can keep them neat, cool, and dry, and away from children and pets. You don’t want your cat getting its paws on your precious wig!

Storing your wig when you’re travelling

If you’re going away anytime soon and you’re going to be wearing your wig and taking a spare one along for the ride, cover the wig in tissue and put it inside of a strong box, ideally a wig box so that it won’t get flattened in transit. If you go away often or travel for work, it’s also a good idea to invest in a foldable wig stand.

 

Want to find out more about wigs and how you can wear one with confidence?

At Salon La Reine, we specialise in hair loss solutions like wigs, toppers, and hair systems, that can help you disguise hair thinning or loss while your natural hair grows back.

We want you to feel confident and beautiful, so get in touch to book a consultation and let us help you get started on your happy healthy hair journey!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How to Swim With Your Wig On

woman in swimming pool

The world is slowly reopening after coronavirus and that means that we can start doing some of our normal activities again. If you’re a water baby and you love a dip in the pool whether it’s at the local leisure centre or on your holidays, the good news is that pretty soon, you’ll be able to do both!

But what about swimming when you wear a wig? You might think that some activities are a no go when you wear a wig, but luckily, you can wear one when you hit the pool. Here’s how to swim with your wig on.

Test it first

To feel confident when you’re swimming with your wig on, you need to test it in water first to see how secure it is and whether you feel comfortable. If you have a large enough bath, go in wearing your wig and submerge your head in the water. Move your head to replicate the kind of movements you’d be doing if you were swimming and see what happens. This is a good chance to see which adhesives do the job and stop your wig from slipping off. You can buy waterproof tape and glue so test a couple of different ones until you find one you’re happy with.

Don’t wear your best wig to go swimming

You can expect your wig to get some wear and tear from your usual activities, but activities like swimming can be harsh on them. Public pools are full of chlorine and fresh water pools are packed with salt, so they can really dry wigs out. My advice; if you want to wear a wig when you go swimming, choose a synthetic one rather than your beautiful human hair wig.

Style long wigs for swimming

Braids and ponytails are perfect styles for swimming if you have a long hair wig. Styling your wig like this can stop the hair from becoming tangled or matted.

For peace of mind, wear a swimming cap

If you still want to wear your wig when you swim, but you don’t want to expose it fully to the water or the elements if you’re outdoors, you can wear a swimming cap for that extra bit of security. Getting in the water is all about relaxing, having fun, and staying active, but you won’t enjoy it if you’re constantly worried about your wig coming off.

Wash and condition your wig as soon as you get out of the water

If your wig has been exposed to chlorine, salty air, or sand, it’s really important that you wash and condition it with the right products to prevent damage. If your wig has a cap, be sure to wash that thoroughly too, so no leftover residue irritates your scalp. To prevent your wig from drying out after swimming, you also need to use a hydrating conditioner on it. After rinsing, hang your wig on a wig stand and let it air dry before storing it safely.

Yes, you can swim in a wig, and you can do a lot of other things as well!

If you suffer from hair loss, whatever the cause, you want to feel confident and beautiful. Wearing a wig or other hair system will help you do just that, and the good news is, you won’t have to stop living your life to the full just because you wear a wig!

Get in touch to find out how we can help you on your journey to happy healthy hair!

How Can You Wear a Frontal Wig Without Glue?

frontal wig

Frontal wigs are a popular choice when it comes to hair systems because they are versatile when it comes to styling and mimic a real hairline. The only thing with frontals is that they do take a bit more maintenance. It’s not just a case of throwing them on, they need to be fitted and secured with care so they look their best.

The problem with glue

Relying on glue to secure a frontal wig brings a few problems. If you keep applying glue whenever it lifts, the glue can build up and look crusty; not a good look!

Glue can also block the pores of the scalp and damage the hair follicles which can cause hair thinning and even stop it from growing. This the last thing you want if you want healthy natural hair regrowth.

Another common problem is that people who wear hair systems and use glue can suffer from allergic reactions to the glue, because it often contains latex.

What are the alternatives to glue?

The good news is that there are several great alternatives to glue that won’t cause damage to your natural hair and they’ll give you just as much security.

Tape

Using tape to secure your frontal wig is a popular choice because it’s strong, it allows for some natural-looking movement, and it’s not as damaging as glue.

Tape is also a great choice if you don’t have any hair and you have a sensitive scalp (for example, if you’ve had cancer treatment.) Wig glues can cause irritation to the sensitive skin of the scalp in some people.

Some tapes come in pre-cut strips or you can cut it to your preferred size, and they also come in varying strengths, so you don’t need to worry about keeping your wig in place, even if you’re having a busy or active day. So tape gives you peace of mind and it’s an economical option too; a roll of tape will last you a good while.

Be warned though, if you don’t want to wear your wig for hours on end, tape might not be the best option. It is strong, which is great, but if you remove your wig regularly, you’ll find that constantly removing the tape can feel a little uncomfortable.

Wig combs or clips

Some wigs have clips already attached, but if you want your frontal wig to feel a bit more secure, you can easily add some. All you have to do is sew them in. Wig clips will only work if you have some natural hair and you don’t wear a wig cap. They come in different colours and sizes to complement the style and colour of your wig.

Elastic band

Buy an elastic band then attach it to the back of the wig so it from ear to ear. This will give you a natural looking, comfortable snug fit.

 

Would you like to find out more about our hair systems and how to wear yours with confidence?

At Salon La Reine, we specialise in hair loss solutions like wigs, toppers, and hair systems, that can help you disguise any hair thinning or loss while your natural hair grows back.

We know that hair loss can be very distressing and we want to help you feel confident and beautiful again.

Get in touch to book a consultation and let us help you get started on your happy healthy hair journey.

 

 

Hair Loss Help: Frequently Asked Questions About Hair Loss and Treatment

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If you’re suffering from hair loss, you’ve probably spent hours on Google trying to diagnose the cause and find a treatment. Maybe you’ve spent a fortune on pills and potions that promised to help your hair grow back and they haven’t worked. It can be hard to separate the fact from fiction when it comes to hair loss help and advice, so I wanted to cover the most frequently-asked questions that I come across in the salon.

What causes hair loss?

There are a lot of possible causes of hair loss in women including:

  • Physical stress to the body: Like illness childbirth, or surgery.
  • Emotional stress: Like a bereavement, big life event, stress, anxiety, or depression.
  • Thyroid problems
  • Nutrient deficiencies
  • Medications and treatments: Some medications have hair loss listed as a side effect. If you feel that your medication is causing hair loss, speak to your GP. If you have cancer and are getting chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment, this can attack the hair follicles and cause hair loss.
  • Hormonal changes: Pregnancy, menopause, and taking the pill can all cause hair thinning and loss.

What is the most common type of hair loss in women?

The most common cause of hair loss in women is a hereditary type of hair loss known as female pattern baldness or Androgenetic Alopecia. There is no cure for this, though there are treatments that can slow down/prevent further hair loss and help new hair regrow.

How much hair loss is ‘normal?’

It’s completely normal to lose around 100 hairs per day. That might seem like a lot, but there are around 100,000 hair follicles on your head!

But if you start to notice clumps of hair in the shower drain, in your hair brush, and on your pillow, it might be time to get it checked out.

Can a poor diet cause hair loss?

Yes it can! Even though your hair is not technically ‘alive’ its building blocks are protein, so you need plenty of lean protein in your diet as well as vitamins (especially B12 and D), minerals (iron is crucial for healthy hair growth), and healthy fats. Quit the fad diets now!

Can normal hair styling cause hair loss?

Aggressive styling is unlikely to cause permanent hair loss, but it can cause hair thinning, dryness, and weakness, which makes it more likely to break. Over-processing the hair, using too much heat on it, wearing tight ponytails, and backcombing all put a lot of stress on the hair.

Should I go to my GP about my hair loss?

Any sudden dramatic hair loss or thinning should be investigated as it could be a sign of a thyroid problem, iron deficiency, or skin disease.

What should I expect from my GP?

They will ask questions about your hair loss like when it started, what you’ve noticed, whether it’s happened before, and if there’s any family history of hair loss.

Your GP will most likely send you for a blood test to check for and rule out any underlying health conditions that might be causing hair loss. If it’s suspected that a medication you’re taking is causing hair loss, they might recommend an alternative or if it’s safe to do so, stop the medication for a while.

They might also prescribe a topical treatment like Minoxidil which comes in a liquid, foam, or shampoo. This can help to slow down hair loss and encourage regrowth. It can take several months to work though and it doesn’t work for everyone.

A steroid injection in the scalp may be suggested if you have patchy hair loss.

Will my GP refer me to a specialist?

Most GPs will refer you to a dermatologist if they feel it’s needed and your hair hasn’t started to regrow after you’ve tried other treatment options and lifestyle changes.

You could also see a trichologist privately (their services are not available on the NHS).

What is the difference between a dermatologist and trichologist?

A dermatologist is a medical doctor who specialises in the skin all over the body and not just the scalp. They can prescribe medication, carry out biopsies, and other procedures if your hair loss is caused by a medical condition.

Trichologists are not medically qualified, but they are specialists in the scalp and hair, and will look at everything from your blood tests to your lifestyle before suggesting treatment options for your hair loss.

What services does a dermatologist provide?

Diagnosis and Treatment of Common and Rare Skin Conditions- including biopsies and skin scrapings.

Skin Checks- biopsies, monitoring of suspect moles or skin lesions.

Mole Removal-whether it’s suspect or for cosmetic or comfort reasons.

Phototherapy-light treatment that is used for some skin conditions like severe eczema.

Cosmetic Procedures-laser removal of birthmarks etc.

Patch Testing-diagnosis and treatment of conditions like contact dermatitis.

What services does a trichologist provide?

A thorough consultation in which they’ll ask questions about your health, lifestyle, allergies, medications you’re on, and your family history.

Hair and scalp examination.

Blood tests.

Diagnosis and treatment of certain types of hair thinning and loss with creams, ointment, and cleansing products.

Bespoke hair loss treatment regime.

How much does it cost to see a trichologist?

Prices tend to vary depending on where you live. You will usually have to attend a consultation first, which can cost anything from £50 and above, depending on where you are. Treatment costs vary because your hair loss treatment regime will be bespoke.

What can I do about hair loss?

First of all, get a proper assessment to determine the cause then we can look at solutions that will suit your type of hair loss and your lifestyle. Knowing why you are losing your hair is the first step on your journey back to healthy hair.

If cost is a concern, don’t forget that if you have a doctor’s letter and a diagnosis, you can get a discount on your hair loss treatment/solutions.

At Salon La Reine, we specialise in hair loss solutions like wigs, toppers, and hair systems, that can help you disguise any hair thinning or loss while your natural hair grows back. We also offer an amazing scalp treatment, Nioxin Scalp Renew which can restore the health of your scalp and encourage healthy hair growth.

If it’s your child or teenager that is coping with hair loss, whether it’s because of an illness or medical treatment, The Little Princess Trust donate free real hair wigs to help them feel confident again.

We know how distressing hair loss can be, and that you want to feel confident, feminine, and beautiful, and we can help.

If you’re suffering from hair loss, get in touch to book a consultation and we’ll help you find your perfect hair loss solution.

 

 

Female Pattern Hair Loss: The Cause and The Cure

female pattern hair loss

When you catch sight of your hair in the mirror, have you noticed that your parting is wider, or that your once thick and lustrous ponytail is looking noticeably thinner?

You could have Female Pattern Hair Loss, also known as Androgenetic Alopecia, the most common cause of hair loss in women. In most cases, this type of hair loss can occur in your 40s, 50s, or 60s, though for some women, it can begin much earlier.

How will I know if it’s Female Pattern Hair Loss?

It’s a progressive condition so you’ll keep losing hair, but you won’t lose all of your hair, like some men do if they are susceptible to Male Pattern Baldness. What you’ll notice is that your parting seems wider, or you may notice your hairline near your temples receding. Eventually this can become a more widespread thinning of the hair.

If you notice this happening, see your doctor, who may refer you to a specialist. There are other causes of hair loss which can affect the hair in a very similar way, so get a definite diagnosis, because getting that is your first step to getting the proper treatment for your particular type of hair loss.

What causes Female Pattern Hair Loss?

Female Pattern Hair Loss is hereditary, so it can’t be prevented, and it can come from either parent if they carry the gene.

Treatments for Female Pattern Hair Loss

Treatments can stop your hair loss from getting worse and help your hair start to grow again. Generally, the earlier you seek hair loss treatment, the better the results.

Hair loss can be very distressing, but the good news is, there are plenty of solutions that you can try.

Minoxidil

This is a commonly used treatment for male and female hair loss that is available as a lotion, liquid, or foam, and it has been proven to reduce hair loss and promote the growth of new hair. It takes around two months on average to take effect.

Other treatments which you may or may not be able to get on the NHS include:

  • Steroid injections
  • Steroid creams
  • Immunotherapy
  • Light treatment
  • Tattooing
  • Hair transplant

Hair loss solutions at Salon La Reine

Hair loss can be very distressing and it can seriously affect how you feel about yourself. At Salon La Reine, we know that you want to feel confident, feminine, and beautiful, and we can help.

We specialise in hair loss solutions like wigs, toppers, and hair systems, that can help you disguise any hair thinning or loss while your natural hair grows back.

We also have one more trick up our sleeve; our Nioxin Scalp Renew treatment.

Healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp, and Scalp Renew is like an exfoliating facial for the scalp. It gets rid of any build-up of dead skin and other debris, which means that newer and healthier cells are brought to the surface from which stronger and healthier hair can grow.

If you’re suffering from hair loss, get in touch and we’ll help you find your perfect hair loss solution.

 

 

Thinning Hair? It Could Be Telogen Effluvium

woman with thinning hair

You wash your hair and see a clump of hair in the plughole. You wake up and there are a bunch of strands on your pillow. You look in the mirror and you swear your hair is getting thinner by the day; so what’s happening?

It’s normal to shed anywhere up to 150 hairs every day, as your hair is in a constant growth and shedding cycle, but if the shedding is excessive, you might have a condition called telogen effluvium. In this blog, I want to talk about what telogen effluvium is, what causes it, and how you can disguise hair thinning until your hair grows back.

What is telogen effluvium?

So while it’s normal to shed around 10% of the hairs on your head, when you have telogen effluvium, you shed around 30%. You’ll notice that you are shedding more hair than usual, especially when you wash it. Unlike other types of hair loss, telogen effluvium does not cause bald patches, instead there is a general thinning of the hair and hair is lost from all over the head.

What causes telogen effluvium?

Cast your mind back 3 months. Did you go through something stressful or traumatic? Telogen effluvium usually happens anywhere from 1-3 months after there is major stress to the body, which includes:

Childbirth

A major operation

An accident

A serious illness

A stressful life event

Extreme dieting

Side effects of medication

Underlying health problem like iron deficiency

All of these can interrupt and even stop the normal growth cycle of hair, then more hair falls out than normal.

How is telogen effluvium treated?

The good news is that the hair usually grows back within a few months in most cases. However, in some cases, where the underlying cause is not treated, it can take much longer.

What are the options for disguising  the thinning until your hair grows back?

Of course, nobody wants to walk around feeling self-conscious and feeling like everyone notices your thinning hair. Hair is closely tied up with self-esteem, femininity, and beauty and I know you want to feel confident and beautiful.

I can help.

I specialise in hair loss solutions like wigs, toppers, hair systems, and hair extensions that can help you cover any thinner areas while your natural hair grows back.

Are you struggling with thinning hair?

Get in touch and book a consultation and I’ll help you find your perfect hair loss solution. Get ready to feel confident and beautiful again!

 

Trichotillomania: What is Hair Pulling and What Can You Do About It?

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Trichotillomania is a condition where the sufferer has an intense urge to pull their hair out. It can be the hair on their head, eyebrows, eyelashes, or elsewhere on the body.

Around 1 in 20 people have this condition and because of a lack of awareness about it, many people suffer in silence and feel deeply ashamed.

In this blog, I want to talk about what hair pulling is, what you can do about it, and how I can help you find the perfect hair loss solution to help you grow your hair back healthier than ever.

Why do sufferers pull their hair out?

People who have this condition feel an irresistible urge to pull their hair out:

  • When they feel tense, bored, or stressed
  • When they are experiencing intrusive thoughts

It becomes such a habit that some people don’t even realise they are doing it.

What are the effects of trichotillomania?

Sufferers are often left with bald patches, sparse eyebrows, and barely-there eyelashes. This usually results in attempts to cover up their hair-pulling with hats, wigs, semi-permanent make up, or false eyelashes. But if the hair loss is at the point where it can’t be hidden from view, it can really affect someone’s self-esteem. Sufferers can avoid going out or interacting with others because of the fear of being stared at or judged.

How is trichotillomania treated?

Treating trichotillomania is not just about finding a wig or hairpiece to cover up the external problem. Sufferers need help to get to the bottom of what is causing them to want to pull their hair out. This can be talking therapy, like CBT, which looks at unhelpful behaviours and tries to change your thought patterns, or if the person has another condition like anxiety or depression, they might be offered medication to help.

What I can do for you in salon

hair grown back, hair loss solutions trichotillomania

First, I want you to know that you are not alone. I want you to know that you can come into the salon and get some support and understanding, as well as some practical help to get your hair back to health.

The hair loss solutions I offer like wigs, toppers, hair systems, and hair extensions can help cover any thinner areas while removing the urge to pull the hair. This will give your hair the chance to grow healthy and strong while giving you your confidence back with a hair loss solution while it grows out.

Do you suffer from trichotillomania?

Maybe you can’t imagine feeling confident in yourself and having beautiful healthy hair, but believe me, with a supportive and understanding stylist and proper treatment, you’ll get there.

Get in touch and book a consultation to find out how I can help you.

Why You Should Steer Clear of Box Dye

steer clear of box hair dye

I know how desperate some of you are to sort out your root regrowth, cover your greys, and make your hair look gorgeous and glam again, and I also know that while the salon is closed and we are all in lockdown, you’ll be tempted to reach for that box dye, I have one word of advice for you: don’t!

My advice to you would be to get creative and find ways to hide the regrowth or greys rather than slipping a home colour in your trolley when you do your weekly shop. Here’s why you should steer clear of box dye.

DIY boxed colours can damage your hair

When I mix colours in the salon, I blend a colour that is going to suit your skin tone and the texture of your hair. I also use products like Olaplex to protect your hair from damage during the colouring process. I always have a pretty good idea of how it’s going to turn out, but with box dyes, there are no guarantees. Will it dry your hair out completely, or will it turn out a totally different colour from what you expected? There is no way of knowing, especially if you have a colour or highlights in already.

A lot can go wrong

I know, you’re probably thinking ‘she would say that’ but it’s true. If you use a box dye, you might ruin the colour that it’s taken us a lot of appointments to create. Then there’s the issue of application. You no doubt know that there’s a bit of the back of your head that you just can’t see, and if you miss areas when applying the colour, you’ll get a patchy result.

Correcting mistakes can cost you dearly

Think about how much you have invested coming into the salon for a haircut, trying to achieve your dream colour, and getting your hair in beautiful condition. Then imagine ruining your hair with a £6 box of dye and having to pay a small fortune to have it corrected. It’s really not worth it, hang in there and focus on keeping your hair in good condition instead.

There are other options

If you want to cover roots and grey hairs, there are plenty of temporary products out there, like root touch up sprays and powders. These aren’t harsh on your hair and they’ll do the job until you’re able to get into the salon to see me again!

You can also try different hair accessories and hairstyles if you want to camouflage roots or hair that needs a good cut and colour.

 

I know that for many of you, your hair is your pride and joy, but embrace this time and use it to be kind to your hair, and get it in good condition so that when you do have your next colour, it looks shiny, healthy, and amazing. Use less heat, embrace your natural texture, and slap on a deep conditioning mask while you’re watching Netflix. Your hair will feel so good, you won’t want to go near box dye!

 

Look After Your Hair During the Lockdown

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So here at Salon La Reine, we’ve had to close our doors temporarily because of the coronavirus outbreak, just like salons all across the country. It was a hard decision, but it was the right one because we all need to protect ourselves, families, clients, and other people we might come into contact with. But I know that the forced closure is leaving many of you wondering what state your hair is going to be in by the time things get back to normal. Here are my top tips on how to look after your hair during the lockdown.

Don’t be tempted to cut your own hair

Whether your split ends are rearing their ugly head or your bangs are out of control, don’t be tempted to do a DIY cut-it rarely ends well. If your hair badly needs a cut, or it’s in that ‘awkward’ stage, you can disguise the fact by wearing it in a loose boho-style ponytail or a messy-updo like a top knot. Nice accessories can also hide a multitude of sins, especially if you have to jump on some video calls with friends and the family.

Steer clear of box dyes

If the thought of potentially having 3 months’ worth of root regrowth coming through fills you with dread, you might be tempted to rush to Tesco and grab a box dye. My advice would be DON’T. If you already have highlights or colour on, there’s no way of knowing how the colour will turn out, and you really don’t need the extra expense of having to have a colour correction down the line. Box dyes can also dry the hair out and cause damage to your locks.

If you really want to temporarily disguise roots, opt for a root retoucher instead to tide you over until things get back to normal.

Focus on the health of your hair

If you’re stuck indoors, why not spend some time looking after your hair and improving its condition?

If you’re not going out and you’re not going to be jumping on any video chats/work-related conference calls, why not pop on a deep conditioning hair mask and leave it on all day? Your hair will feel smooth, sleek, and healthy. Try to let your hair dry naturally whenever you can too; who needs to style it if you’re not heading to the office, right?

A note about hair extensions

For all of you ladies with hair extensions, please only use products that are tailored for hair extensions, and it goes without saying, don’t try to remove hot fusion bonds yourself!

I have put a video up on my Facebook page showing you how to remove wefts, Micro rings, and Nano rings-check it out, don’t ruin your hair!

 

I get how difficult it is for many of you who can’t visit the salon, but as long as we all follow the advice, hopefully you’ll be back in to see me before you know it.

Keep an eye out for more blogs full of top tips, Facebook lives, and more to help you (and your hair) get through this!

 

 

 

 

Welcome to our February Newsletter!

I’m sure you all would have heard the awful news about Caroline Flack and here at Salon La Reine, we have decided to take a stand against unkindness and bullying by banning gossip mags from the salon.

We do not believe in promoting magazines that slate people, put them down, advertise personal problems for the world to see, disrespect people’s outfits and bodies…the list goes on. Ladies, we need to build each other up, not knock each other down, so from now on when you come to Salon La Reine, you will be able to read good old-fashioned books, educational magazines, and even some colouring books. Hopefully this will catch on in lots of other salons!

We’re all about the goodness…

Salon La Reine interior Aveda concept salon

We know that you millennials are more conscious about the environment that older generations, and we know that you’d rather spend your money on eco-friendly, cruelty-free, and vegan products. That’s why we’re proud to be an Aveda concept salon, and we’re proud to use their gorgeous cruelty-free and 97% vegan and plant-based products. Come and experience them for yourself in salon.

Hair extensions-always, always, always go to a professional!

badly-fitted hair extensions

Ladies, I know I always go on about this, but it’s so important! If you are trusting someone with your hair and your money, please go to someone who is well-trained and experienced. These are just a few examples of what can happen when you don’t go to someone who knows what they are doing. I often see wefts and bonds placed and distributed incorrectly throughout the hair, and often the extensions that have been applied weigh too much for the client’s hair type. This can result in severe damage to the natural hair and even tension traction alopecia in severe cases. Please book a consultation with me if you’re considering getting hair extensions. If you pay for cheap hair extensions, you might get more than what you bargained for, and not in a good way.

Extensions aren’t just for adding length

picture of client who is regrowing hair after chemotherapy

Most people get extensions because they want longer hair, but hair extensions are an accessory, so you can wear them for lots of reasons. Maybe you want to add a splash of colour, have some lovely highlights or balayage without using chemicals, or you want to add length to the sides of your hair that never seem to grow. The options are endless!

Want hair extensions but don’t want to go near heat or glue? Go nano

nano hair extensions

Nano hair extensions are one of the safest methods of application because there’s:

  • No heat
  • No glue
  • No sewing
  • No tape-in
  • No chemicals
  • No braids
  • No fusions

You can find out more about nano hair extensions here.

Hair loss solutions

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At Salon La Reine, we’re all about providing the best custom hair loss solutions to make you look and feel gorgeous and confident. Get in touch to find out more about our custom-coloured wigs, hair loss systems, toppers, and micro partings.

Speaking about hair loss…

Our latest blog is on hair loss and regrowth after chemotherapy treatment, and it includes some great tips from one of my lovely clients. Read all about it here.

Ending on a happy note

There’s nothing better than a happy client, and I love it when they are kind enough to leave us some lovely feedback. We give 100% to each and every client and are always striving to be better. Thank you @bellathynnee!

“Had an amazing experience at Salon La Reine. Couldn’t find any hairdresser that did Nano rings and Micro Beading in Bath or Bristol. I found Salon La Reine online and then messaged her on Instagram, and booked an appointment as soon as possible. Beautiful salon, fast but a perfectionist, overall a great experience. Definitely coming back!”

Until next time,

Love, Lorraine x

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