Author Archives: Jo Fuller

I LOVE MY JOB….

Last week was a record breaking week for “Hair at Home” in terms of takings, best week to date in my 4 year history. Whoop! Whoop!! It was also a great week in terms of the reaction I got from my clients and the difference I made to them, not only with my skills as […]

Goodie Box from www.balanceMe.co.uk

I recently saw an offer in the www.telegraph.co.uk to try a range of products from www.blanceme.co.uk for just £15. I couldn’t resist! These aromatherapy based products are produced in the UK and are promised to not contain, parabens, sulphates, petroleum, mineral oils, silicones, dea, pegs, propylene glycol and have no artificial fragrances or colours, wow! […]

Cocoa Butter

I have been a big fan of Palmers cocoa butter ever since I read a quote from a Hollywood starlet saying she used it because “men couldn’t resist the smell”… ummm, it hasn’t worked for me in that respect, but it is a lovely product and I have been loyal to it for many years, […]

Dry Shampoo offer!

Batiste dry shampoo is half price in Superdrug at the moment and their own brand dry shampoo is buy one get one free! Dry Shampoo is a fabulous and very versatile product. It not only gets  rid of greasy roots it can perk up your fringe to save you washing your whole head, add volume […]

Seasonal Change …… Time for a Full Head

It’s  here!!! I LOVE  the sun and it’s such a relief for me, both mentally and physically, that Spring has arrived it’s also one of the three perfect times of year to have a full head of highlights. Below is a full head that I did last week for my lovely client Anna, who on […]

The “Bob” is back …..

…. did it ever go away?  Year after year, season after season, The Bob gets revamped and reinvented and once again for SS14 it’s had a rebirth. Spotted on the runways across the four fashion capitals for spring/summer ’14, this season’s Bobs come in all shapes and sizes, from slick and smooth to choppy and […]

The History of Highlights

It was a cold, dark rainy January afternoon and I was busy lifting my lovely client Rose from a dull wintery,  mousey brown to a fabulous California blonde. As the foils went in we pondered on the story of where highlights originated, my knowledge only went back to cap highlights in the 80’s, but the […]

Combat moisture loss

During the winter months we tend to use heated appliances more.  Too much heat on the hair can cause further moisture loss and therefore dry the hair out even more.  Blast your hair dry and only start styling once it’s 90% dry, this will cut down on the amount of time you apply heat to […]