We don’t know about you, but we wince at the thought to going back to our old makeup regime when lockdown is over.
Earlier this week we were lusting after the rich purple hues of Ribena hair, but now Instagrammers have us thirsting after a new drink-inspired hair colour.
Anyone with thick or curly hair will know the struggle is real when it comes to keeping our locks tame. Especially when it rains, or when it’s windy – or when it’s humid.
Come this weekend, we’ll all be debuting our lockdown looks for the first time – the good and the bad.
You’d think something we do as frequently as brushing our hair is something we’d have nailed by this age – but it turns out we’ve been doing the task all wrong.
It’s safe to assume that a lot of us are in need of a freshen up with our hair RN. While we wait with bated breath for salons to open next month, blondes across the nation are trying their best to swerve brassy and yellow tones as our hair grows – a job we once relied on our hair stylist for.
As the movement against the murder of George Floyd has gathered pace, people of all ethnicities seem ready to hear what is being said.
The news that hairdressers will finally reopen next month was met with cries of joy from women across Britain.
A leading hair salon in Ireland is charging some customers an extra €60 (£54) if they’ve used at-home dye kits during lockdown.
Lockdown has turned many of us into DIY hairdressers, with people around the globe learning how to touch up their root regrowth or trim an out-of-control fringe.