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Tape in hair extensions are the most popular hair extension method on the market due to their semi-permanent nature and discreet finish. Unlike clip-in extensions, you must get a trained professional to apply this method of temporary hair extension. Stylists often use tape in extensions to thicken a short bob around the front of the hair, creating a blunt frame to the face. Tape ins are perfect for most hair types; once applied correctly, they are known to give the least long term damage to your natural hair. Continue reading.
Has there been an event more highly anticipated than the latest royal wedding? We were completely glued to the TV on Saturday watching this real life fairy tale unfold and were completely in awe of the beautiful Meghan Markle. Keeping the spirit of the royal wedding alive we’re bringing you our take on Meghan’s bridal hair which you can achieve yourself using your Milk + Blush Hair Extensions.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are getting married this weekend and as we don’t have an invite we’ve been finding other ways to fuel our royal obsession. Real life Queens and Princesses have been walking down the aisle in the most incredible looks and providing us with all the inspiration we could ever dream of. So as the countdown begins we thought it would be fun to take a look back at some of the best royal bride hairstyles to get us in the spirit. Continue reading →
To give our M+B babes ultimate hair inspo, we’ve started a ‘Hair History’ series here on the Milk + Blush blog. In Hair History, we’re taking a look back at some iconic hairstyles through the years and tracing the hair evolution of some of our fave stars and celebs to where they are today. Continue reading →
Hair extensions are a great way to transform your look. Whether you’re dreaming of Rapunzel worthy length or TV ad volume and thickness it can all be within reach with a trusty set of Milk + Blush Hair Extensions.
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What did we do before dry shampoo? Who knows! But the thought of having to stick to a hair washing schedule is just too scary to think about. There’s a lot more to it than just prolonging the gap between washes though. To change your life here are some essential dry shampoo hacks you need to know... Continue reading →
Bad haircuts, heat damage and bleaching can all leave your hair looking a little worse for wear and in need of some TLC. It makes sense that you would want to fix the problem with extensions until it all grows out and as a permanent solution glue ins can be really tempting but opting for clip-ins will save you from more damage and are way less hassle in the long term. Here’s why… Continue reading →
There’s a lot of pressure on your big day for everything to be perfect and one of the biggest pressures is getting your hairstyle right. Here at Milk + Blush we receive messages from lots of brides looking to boost their confidence and achieve their dream look on their wedding day. To help you lovely ladies out we thought we’d put together a few of our top tips to tick one thing off your list. Continue reading →
You might think that hair extensions are a relatively new thing but they’ve actually been around since pretty much forever. Turns out Cleopatra loved a peacock blue weft just as much as Kylie Jenner and even Queen Elizabeth I knew how to slay a hairpiece. To get you clued up we thought it would be fun to take a look back at the history of hair extensions from sheep’s wool braids, to seamless wefts and everything in between... Continue reading →