The use of different types of hair extensions has spread widely across the globe. Since it became popular in the 1950's, the demand for hair extensions, both synthetic, and human has been on the rise. Millions of pounds worth in profit is made annually from the production and sale of hair extensions. There are several variations of human hair extensions ranging from human hair, Brazilian Remy hair, Brazilian virgin hair, as well as several others.

However, one of the most sought-after type of human hair extension is the Brazilian virgin hair. Known for its luscious and silky look, this hair extension is popular because of its durability, versatility, and uniqueness.While it is now readily available and can be purchased from online stores, not a lot of people understand how versatile this human hair is. The Brazilian virgin hair can be worn straight or curly, no matter what texture you purchase it in and you do not necessarily need to visit a beauty parlour to achieve a different look while wearing this weave.

You can easily curl your virgin hair bundles at home with a hair straightener. If you're unsure about how to get this done, then here are a few tips;

How To Curl Your Brazilian Virgin Hair With Hair Straighteners


I absolutely love dressing for the summer. It's fun, and there are so many ways you can switch it up. Changing to bright colours and prints, as opposed to the colder months when it is just so easy to opt for black and dark shades. Making a simple outfit look 10x better just by putting on a pair of sunglasses, or a kimono. Summer, we like you a lot. Please stay!

Here are some of my favourite trends this season:

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Shine bright in the sun


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Probably it is your first time to go for a facial at the spa, and you have a few unanswered questions. What if your face reacts to that oil? How will the masseuse handle my sensitive skin? And much more. That is why you need to know a few things before you clomp on that couch for a touch.
Get It Right with Facials the First Time



With summer in our sights, now is the time to start thinking about all of the summer activities we want to do this year. Every year I say to myself I will try something different. Going to the beach or going for a picnic in the park is really fun, but the long days and lovely weather always makes me want to get outside more and try something new. There is a big child inside of me that wants some excitement, and this year I want to challenge myself more and leave my comfort zone. It's always a good thing to do!

Get active this summer with an air track!



With the trends of SS18 making their way into our wardrobes, it’s time to take a look at what we're loving, and what styles we are into this year. We all love denim. It’s comfortable, easy-to-style and can be dressed up or down. But, when it comes to different shades and washes, shapes and styles, do you know this season’s jeans?

Know your jeans — how to choose the style that’s best for you


When it comes to fashion, most people think that money talks. They’ll assume that the more expensive their clothes are, the more fashionable they’ll be. They’ll shell out triple-digit figures for simple dresses and shirts that have brand names on them, and they won’t think much about how the garment looks, just that is has a reputation.

The high-end fashion industry is built on exclusivity. Even if you had the money, you can’t just simply go out and buy something (at least, in most cases). Instead, you’ll need to queue up at stores, you’ll need to find out when the latest items are dropping and you’ll have to invest some serious time, effort and cash just to own something. However, there’s no doubt that the thrill of owning something so exotic, exclusive and expensive has a rush of its own.

But we’re here to teach you that fashion doesn’t need to be expensive. Instead, we’re going to teach you how to spend less on your fashion and more on your own personal style.

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How to Spend Less on Your Fashion and More on Your Style

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