Friday, 27 February 2015

Three Ways to Rock a Bob

These days, it is very practical to cut your hair into a bob. Whether you opt for a super short one, or ending just below the chin, a bob can be wash-and-wear style – something you don’t have to spend an hour or more styling. It’s also requires little or even no maintenance to keep it neat and stylish throughout the day.

If you want a change in your looks from day to day, you can also spruce up a bob with a few nifty tricks. Although longer hair gives you more flexibility in playing with styles, a bob by a leading hair salon in Sydney also gives you a lot of room for creativity.
Here are a few ways to rock your bob: 

Sophisticated: Keep it polished with a subtle twist.

Give any sleekly preened bob a little flair with a wispy front section, or a smoothly curled side fringe. You can also accessorise with some chic gold bobby pins.

Vivacious: Embrace the waves.

Wear your hair in a messy but glorious-looking style by sweeping a large section to the side and giving it some loose curls. Don’t forget to use sea salt spray or similar products for volume and lasting (but not too stiff) definition.

Bold and Fun: Give it a splash (or two) of colour.

Experiment with colours beyond the standard neutrals. Try an Ombre with purple or pink at the ends for an eye-catching look.

Friday, 20 February 2015

Long Hairstyles Perfect for Laidback Weekends

Are you planning a perfect laidback weekend? Make sure you have a chic and cool hairstyle to match. Here are some styles for long hair that you can play around with:

Monday, 16 February 2015

How to Add Volume to Your Hair

Every lady wants to have lush, thick-looking hair with a bit more volume. Not only it looks healthy but it adds style and attitude to your overall look. Has your hair flatlined? Do not worry! You are not alone. It is a common problem that plagues women of all ages. The good news is, you can solve the issue with these tip and tricks: 


If you didn’t know, volume starts at your roots. What you wash it with matters. Clean it with a volumizing shampoo and use conditioner only at the lengths of your tresses. This can preserve volume at the roots of your hair. Next, change the way you blow-dry your hair. If your hair is almost about to dry, flip your head upright and continue to blow-dry while picking up the roots. If you’re into wavy or curly hairstyles, you may want to finger-dry it. Fingers can help to amp up the volume. 


Hot rollers are old school, but they can work wonders for the hair if properly used. Be very careful, but give them a whirl! When you ponytail your tresses, try to tease all of it before you tie it up. This way, your hair can look thick and rich from the root to tip. Last but not the least, try to experiment and change your parting. Doing this can give a lift to your flat-looking frocks. Treat your hair at Detail Woman, a day spa in Sydney, and your locks will thank you for it.

Friday, 6 February 2015

Entrusting your Hair to the Right Hairdresser

You can find hair salons wherever you go in Sydney. They’re located all through the city, and it would take you months to visit them all in your search for a good hairdresser. Of course, finding the right hairdresser depends on your personal preferences. If you’re like most people, you would prefer to find one which is close by to your home or school / workplace. Here are some tips on how to find the right hairdresser in Sydney:
Personal Preferences
Before you head out on a search to find a hairdresser, stop for a moment to think about your preferred hairstyle. Knowing the kind of services that you will most likely require to achieve your desired look should help narrow down your options considerably.

Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Relax Your Muscles

If you are a desk worker, you may be dealing with some kind of postural stress. Usually, the stress manifests on your shoulders or neck. In a more advanced form of it, prolonged periods of sitting can cause you pain or weakness in the low back and gluteal. Fortunately, massage can prevent the imbalance you get from sitting too long.



We’ve all experienced to suffer from sore muscles caused by sitting for too long or by an overly ebullient workout session. Chronic back pain is the second most common cause of disability to work; it can be a result from improper posture while you are sitting or standing. In addition to this, carrying extra weight and monotonous movements can give strain to your back and other sensitive areas you don’t know. It can result to tense muscles, spasms, and pain in your hips, upper back and gluteal.
 


If you have sore muscles, massage can reduce inflammation and help it to recover faster. It can also stimulate your blood flow to the pained muscles, which can help to increase oxygen and nutrients. It can help lessen the stiffness and improve your muscle’s flexibility. Get your soothing massage therapy in Detail Woman, a day Spa in Sydney.

Monday, 2 February 2015