Confused about hair? Unsure of the various many different types of hair there is out there. Haven’t got a clue as to where to start? Don’t worry, we’ve been there and can totally empathise with you! We understand that searching for the right hair can be a daunting experience but, fear not, our quick 5 minutes of 'Everything hair’ should alleviate the stress. We promise to have you fully up to speed on the need to know when it comes to hair and extensions.
Finally, after months of waiting, restaurants are finally opening again! From May 17th we’ll be able to go back to gossiping with girlfriends, flirting with first-dates, or simply enjoying a freshly made cocktail and fine dining. It’s safe to say all of us have been looking forward to our freedom! With late-night restaurants a thing again, that not only means pornstar martinis and cute outfits, but best of all showing off your post-lockdown glow on the gram.
Hair has always been a focal point for women in hip-hop; whether it’s icons like Lil Kim creating a legacy with her coloured wigs, (looks that have been copied for decades, now – notably by Beyoncé for Halloween in 2017), or Nicki Minaj rapping about how she “Got Malaysian, got that yaki, that wavy Brazilian” (Flawless, 2014) and going viral for her 40-inch tresses. Whether it’s for creative expression, or simply a status symbol, rappers have used wigs, braids and natural hair to convey meaning and create colourful characters for themselves.
Though the rules have slowly eased, we’re still very much in a nationwide lockdown. With the announcement of lockdown easing in April, however, there’s hope in sight! You’ve probably been busy planning brunches, parties and festivals – we don’t blame you girl! All these new plans will definitely mean new outfits, and so we’ve built a post-lockdown lookbook for you to celebrate the roaring 20s in style! From brunch looks to wedding styles, read on for five affordable outfits you can pair with plsLONDON hair this summer.
With spring around the corner and lockdown set to ease over the next few months in the UK, there’s so much to look forward to, from longer days and warmer nights, to the return of sun, brunches and cocktails! Now is the time to prep and get ready to do the most for summer 2021. So, do that Chloe Ting workout, fill your wardrobe with the latest trends and, most importantly, buy that plsLONDON wig so you can come out of in lockdown in style!
January blues? Don’t worry, we’ve got you! Our new product releases are bound to cheer you up. Freedom, confidence and choice is our ethos here at plsLONDON, so we wanted to create a wide range of bold and fresh colours to reflect that. In a time where most of us are dressing up with nowhere to go, we know how important it is to switch up your looks and keep up to date with the latest trends. Our new extensive range is just that; with five new products and a diverse shade-range, you’re bound to find the perfect fit!
Whether you’re an Anime fan or simply love brightly coloured hair, you can’t deny that Anime has inspired and has had a huge impact on crazy colours becoming more mainstream. As we’re seeing pastel and neon wigs becoming more popular because of celebrity exposure, it’s important to note where that inspiration is actually coming from.
Let’s be honest, we’re all looking forward to this year drawing to a close (We won’t miss you 2020). It’s all about moving forward, not just on to A New Year, but onto a new and improved you. And what’s the best way to celebrate a new beginning? A new look, of course! At plsLONDON we know how much a new hairstyle can be immediately uplifting, giving you a well-deserved instant glow up.
And that’s exactly why we’ve compiled our Top 5 Hair Trends for 2021, to showcase new and upcoming trends, from colours to haircuts. So, keep scrolling and make sure to check out our hair range to get the look!
From Ariel inspired luscious fiery locks to warm copper tones, this autumn is all about the reds. What is undeniably great is that with so many different tones, there’s a perfect red hue for everyone. If you’re not ready to go all in just yet, consider adding some depth with auburn highlights while still maintaining your current hair color, or pull off a KKW with the help of our new the fall line.
For as long as we can remember straight and long cascading locks have been considered the epitome of beauty and success. In desire first and foremost to blend in and fit the very narrow standards of what’s considered desirable, women around the world have been straightening their curls or wearing wigs. Bias against afro hair had been present in our society for decades, with black and mixed-race men and women being pressured into styling their hair in a way that is considered more presentable and put together than their natural afro.