Not all heroes wear capes, some come in recyclable bottles with the superpower to tame even the w...
Olive oil was called liquid gold and used to moisturise hair in ancient Greece. Chinese princesses washed their hair with rice water in the imperial dynasties.
Little things make a big difference - so is true of your hair washing routine. If you’re struggling with limp or lacklustre hair, it may be down to a few simple mistakes.
How do celebrities get their hair like that? It’s a question we hear a lot in the salon. We’ve gone Sherlock Holmes on some of the most beloved styles from the silver screen to the White House to find the answers:
There’s a famous saying: what happens in a hairdressers, stays in the hairdressers
If you have been following memes on instagram you will have seen 2021 is the same girl with some new bangs! Moving forward - if we learnt anything from last year it is that we need to look after each other and the health and wellness of our communities.
2020 has been a big year for MANE and certainly for all of us. There’s been times when we look back and wonder how we did it - and it’s simple because of you.
Preparation is key - we’ve put together some simple steps that will melt the hair language barrier and help you talk to us about the style you actually want.
Overwhelmingly the most complex, challenging and expensive services at our salon are the result of colour correcting home hair colouring gone wrong. Here’s why:
If you’ve picked up a supermarket hair product you’ve likely read the promises on the bottle. Glossy locks? Yes please. Smoother, stronger, more manageable hair - it all sounds wonderful.
When it came to the environment, we thought we could do more.