To celebrate the anniversary of my book, I’m giving away three copies!
I know, I can’t believe it’s been a year since my book was launched in Australia either. The time has flown!
I cannot express my thanks and appreciation to every one of you who has bought my book from around the world. It totally blows me away.
As a small way of saying thank you, I want to give away three copies of my book. I’ll post them anywhere in the world too!
To enter, you need to subscribe to my newsletter and leave a comment on this post telling me your favourite thing on Hair Romance, or tell me posts you’d like to see more of on my blog.
I’ll pick the winners and notify them by email on 7th September. Thank you so much for reading Hair Romance and good luck!
I love that the step-by-step instructions are super easy to follow especially for people like me who have two-left hands (haha like dancing two left feet haha).
I love that you cater to curly haired people! I love getting curly hairstyles to do.
I found your website about a week ago. My hair is quite long and recently it has started pulling out. I always keep it pinned up and the weight of it was pulling at my hair. I has discovered that braids helped the situation, but I was searching online for more help when I found your site. I had previously given up on french braiding, but after reading through some of your tutorials on braids I tried again. I can now french braid!! Now I take the rest of the braid and pin it up by putting one pin into each section of hair that I pulled into my braid! It distributs the weight evenly!! Thanks so much for your tips. Thanks also for the reassurance that anyone can braid!
I really like the everyday hairstyles that are easy to do. I like to keep all of my hair off of my face, so I’d like to see more tutorials for up-dos that look really cool, keep my hair off my face and still look soft and textured.
As someone with long, thick, heavy straight hair, I’ve always struggled with putting it up, and as we live part of the year in Spain, I’m so grateful for your helpful tips, as it’s great to get all that hair off my neck when it’s hot, and be able to look a bit more grown-up and elegant!
my favourite thing on your website is learning to embrace and flaunt my natural curls. I just read the post about taming the frizz after washing and I’ll definitely be trying it out soon.
I’ve always been all thumbs with doing hair, but have had more success after subscribing to your blog and using your tips and tricks! Would love the book!
Love your tutorials. I’ve finally grown my hair to my shoulder and kind of past the awkward flicking out stage. I have been recently trying to give my thick, straight hair a ‘tousled look’ and also putting it up into a messy bun. Your help is greatly appreciated. At 54 I’m feeling good about myself, my new found fitness and now my hair.
Thanks Xx ???
I’m pretty hopeless with hair and have waist length hair that I find quite difficult to do much with beyond the easier styles but since I started to follow you at least I manage to put it in buns and other simple styles instead of just dragging it back into a basic ponytail most days. 🙂
My favourite posts have been the tips about finding a new salon/stylist this really helped me when I moved states last year and now found a great new salon and stylist. I also love your simple everyday hair tutorials especially the half up/half down ones 🙂
I love the little tips I collect from HairRomance- like how to use Bobbi pins properly and how to keep my frizzy hair looking good 🙂