The hair and beauty aisle can be an intimidating place if you’re not sure what products are the most suitable for your hair. Hydrating, volumising, smoothing, strengthening, thickening, curling … how on earth do you decide? Continue reading
Choosing a hairdresser can be a stressful experience – how do you know who to trust? At COEV we pride ourselves on choosing the very best and most awarded hairdressers to join our team. Everyone in our salon keeps up to date with the latest styles, trends, hair cutting and colouring techniques as well as hair care advice. Whether you have curly hair, short hair, long hair, coloured hair or fine hair you’ll find that we have the very best Brisbane hairdressers to suit YOUR hair and your needs. Trust COEV!
So you’ve had your hair beautifully cut, styled and coloured. It looks amazing, but it leaves you wondering: How often should I touch up my roots? Recolouring your regrowth too often leads to dry, brittle hair – not to mention wasted money. On the other hand, you don’t want to spoil your stunning new look by having to wear a hat to hide a root disaster! How do you get the timing right? You’re in luck, because we’ve sussed it all out for you!
Who would have thought that after years of plucking, colouring and wishing our grey’s away that we would be begging our hairdresser to colour our hair grey, thanks to the latest grey hair trend that’s currently all the rage amongst A List celebrities, cat walk models, Instagram and Pinterest.
Great hair can put a spring in our step and boost your confidence to Kim-Kardashain’s-ego sized proportions. That’s why choosing the best hair colourist in Brisbane is so important; risking your tresses to anyone less is just not an option!
Want a place where your edge and sass can shine? West End Style is about the anti-trend. It’s about a cut, colour and style that makes you feel West End. West End is about living on the urban edge; let us find you an urban fringe to match. COEV Hairdressers West End is all about edgy style that’s outside the box – for everyday styles, event styling or to make a big impression.
As hairdressers we may see a lot of people each day, but that doesn’t mean we ever forget our regular customers. A relationship with your hairstylist is a lot like other relationships, but often a woman’s relationship with her hairdresser outlasts many other relationships – even her spouse. This means when you find a hairstylist that you know does a great job, you should stay with them.
We look forward to seeing our regular customers at COEV Hairdressers and know they feel the same about coming to see us! Apart from making everyone feel all warm and fuzzy, our relationship we have with our regular clients also means the best outcomes for them! How is this so? Let us explain…
As hairdressers, here at COEV Hairdressers, it’s essential that we understand how the face shape of our customers plays a role in a stylish and flattering cut. Not only should a cut complement a face shape, it should also frame the face and accentuate your best features.
With so many different face shapes, (round, square, oval, and diamond to name a few) our stylists can suggest a suitable hairstyle to suit your face shape. You don’t need to worry about just one style fitting your face shape – there are actually quite a few! For those with round face shapes we share some flattering short, mid length and long length haircuts for you to consider below. Continue reading
Dandruff affects most of us from time to time. It’s not particularly pleasant but this common scalp condition is not necessarily a result of poor hygiene, despite what many people may believe. Apart from being unpleasant, dandruff often is accompanied by intense itchiness of the scalp. So what causes dandruff and what can be done to treat this very common skin condition? COEV Hairdressers share the answers in our latest blog post.
What causes dandruff?
Also known as seborrhoeic dermatitis, dandruff is condition resulting in flaking or scaling skin from the scalp and affects up to 50 per cent of the population. Around 10 per cent experience severe dandruff at different periods. While the exact cause is unknown, people who have increased oil production, are prone to eczema, and have extra production of skin yeasts are more likely to develop consistent dandruff. The symptoms are normally worse during winter when there is less humidity in the air.