The decision to get tape-in hair extensions was not one I came to quickly. Despite losing half my hair in the last year I still wanted to be taken seriously – as a business person, as a mum, as a human – and for some weird reason I thought sticking someone else’s hair on my head would make that impossible.
Loretta’s story is an incredible example of hard work and perseverance paying off after her first product, a hair conditioner, was launched in Liberty of London’s iconic window. Read on to find out how.
Like many women now in their 30s, I spent much of my early teenage years trying to achieve sleek, straight hair. And, as one whose hair can be described kindly as ‘Monica in a humid environment’ on a good day, that was no mean feat.
I think now – 16 years later – I may have found the answer.
Despite knowing it could be part and parcel of child-bearing, hair loss was just never on my radar. I really wasn’t prepared for mine to start falling out in massive chunks, that’s for sure.
There was a time when the only holiday wardrobe I was concerned about was the…
It’s no secret that I’m a bit vain. Annoying, as vanity is one thing that…