The actress of Nappily Ever After talks about the social stigma of natural hair

For many years women have been stigmatised about keeping the natural look of their hair. This is particular true for black women who were raised to believe that their natural hair had to be "fixed". Thankfully times are changing and society is finally accepting the beauty of natural hair. Read all about it at Sanaa …

Is it safe to colour my hair when I am pregnant or breastfeeding?

Pregnant mum in white clothes with blonde hair colour enjoying the sun by a pond with ducks.

One of the most common questions that we hear from mums to be and from young mums is whether colouring their hair has any adverse effects to pregnancy or to breastfeeding. It is a fair question as a mum’s top priority is the safety of her children. Since Hair Ever After's priority is also the safety of our …

Skin reactions to hair colour and Wella Koleston Perfect Innosense

Woman with blonde curly hair and logo for Wella Professionals Koleston Perfect Innosense with ME+

If you have experienced an unpleasant, strong itchiness after having your hair coloured, it could be because your body had a reaction to certain ingredients of hair dye. What causes reactions to hair colour? The usual suspects for this kind of reaction are PPD (paraphenylenediamine or p-phenylenediamine) and PTD (para-toluenediamine). They are commonly used in …