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Tulisa Constantavlos’ Hair Style Journey Through The Years!

Tulisa Constantavlos has recently been voted as the Sexiest female in the UK despite the controversy this caused, whether you agree with the title or not, one thing that no one can deny is that Tulisa always looks great. She has her own unique style and is always following the trends with her own twist on things, and one thing that can always be said is that her hair is always on point.
Tulisa first came onto the scene as one third of N-Dubz, a young singer with a fresh face and, to be frank, not so fresh hair. Sporting what can only be considered as quite ghastly striped blonde highlights at the time, this look was gone almost instantly with her full fringe and dodgy extensions on to better! Soon after the initial blonde mishap, the star was seen with a full head of toned down blonde and a more styled fringe. Adding layers and some layer with the help of hair extensions complimented the square shape of Tulisas face and made her look feminine and elegant.
Over time, Tulisa Constantavlos gradually added more low lights to her long locks, until she was sporting a pretty much full head of brown hair. This started off as a mousey brown tone, which progressively got darker until she found her perfect colour match with a deep, rich brown.
The ex N-Dubz songstress has always been fond of her hair extensions, and is a true inspiration for anyone who wants to add some extra length and volume to their hair. Whether she wears her hair straight, curly, or tied up, Tulisa always makes sure her extensions are undetectable by keeping the rest of her hair looking healthy and layered.
Appearing on the X Factor, Tulisa often was seen with up-dos to add some sophistication to her look. One of her most memorable hair styles from the show was a quiff and bun combination. This allowed the judge to show the thickness and strength of her hair, with it completely off her face. Tulisa had the front section backcombed and pinned back, and the rest tied around each other in a neat bun.
If you would like some advice on how to style your hair to suit your face shape, or some assistance with hair pieces, or you are going through any for of hair thinning, shedding or loss, contact Bloomsbury of London today.

Tulisa Constantavlos’ Hair Style Journey Through the Years

Tulisa Constantavlos has recently been voted as the -Sexiest female in the UK’ – despite the controversy this caused, whether you agree with the title or not, one thing that no one can deny is that Tulisa always looks great. She has her own unique style and is always following the trends with her own twist on things, and one thing that can always be said is that her hair is always on point. Tulisa first came onto the scene as one third of N-Dubz, a young singer with a fresh face and, to be frank, not so fresh hair. Sporting what can only be considered as quite ghastly striped blonde highlights at the time, this look was gone almost instantly with her full fringe and dodgy extensions – on to better! Soon after the initial blonde mishap, the star was seen with a full head of toned down blonde and a more styled fringe. Adding layers and some layer with the help of hair extensions complimented the square shape of Tulisa’s face and made her look feminine and elegant. Over time, Tulisa Constantavlos gradually added more low lights to her long locks, until she was sporting a pretty much full head of brown hair. This started off as a -mousey’ brown tone, which progressively got darker until she found her perfect colour match with a deep, rich brown. The ex N-Dubz songstress has always been fond of her hair extensions, and is a true inspiration for anyone who wants to add some extra length and volume to their hair. Whether she wears her hair straight, curly, or tied up, Tulisa always makes sure her extensions are undetectable by keeping the rest of her hair looking healthy and layered. Appearing on the X Factor, Tulisa often was seen with up-do’s to add some sophistication to her look. One of her most memorable hair styles from the show was a quiff and bun combination. This allowed the judge to show the thickness and strength of her hair, with it completely off her face. Tulisa had the front section backcombed and pinned back, and the rest tied around each other in a neat bun. If you would like some advice on how to style your hair to suit your face shape, or some assistance with hair pieces, or you are going through any for of hair thinning, shedding or loss, contact Bloomsbury of London today.

Daniella Clowd Bloomsbury of London

Cosmetic Surgery Mistakes – Can A Medical Negligence Solicitor Help

Cosmetic surgeons are now obliged to acknowledge a code of conduct. This code was created by the Independent Healthcare Advisory Services (IHAS). However it is often the case that this code is not regularly adhered to and this is where medical negligence cases can arise. In 2007 consumer research company Which? Attended the Body Beautiful show in London and saw that the code was not being readily adhered to as there were numerous concerning factors on the stands. Which? Proceeded to report these companies to the IHAS. If you believe that you may have been the victim of medical negligence, then talk to a specialist solicitor to get the compensation you deserve.

As well as these example the magazine also saw:

– Going against the ASA (Advertising Standards Authority) guidelines. Hurlingham clinic and spa had a pamphlet with a slogan “rejuvenation is our business”. The term “rejuvenation” is generally not acceptable.

– Competitions. Is it appropriate to offer cosmetic treatments as competition prizes?

MYA promoted a competition to win 50 towards a non-surgical procedure or 200 towards a surgical procedure. Linia advertised their competition in which you could win 25% or 50% off an operation. – Comments and endorsements which are prohibited by IHAS guidelines. MYA showed comments from a Shipwrecked contestant from 2007 (Naomi). The leaflet also featured former Big Brother contestant, Orlaith McAllister.

Which? health campaigner Frances Blunden pointed out: “Our research shows a cavalier attitude towards the marketing of cosmetic treatments, which is completely unacceptable. We are continually finding examples of irresponsible marketing from some of the biggest and most ‘reputable’ names in the industry.”

Medical negligence is a serious issue that is becoming worryingly common within the cosmetic surgery. Specialised medical negligence solicitors are there to help if you have been a victim of this and to advise.

A medical negligence lawyer will be specifically trained in the latest issues related to cosmetic surgery as well as their ethical codes, regulations and obligations. In response of the raising awareness towards negligence in the cosmetic surgery, Which? produced an excellent guide, which appears on their website and which features everything you need to know when considering plastic surgery at .

If you do however decide to go ahead with cosmetic surgery, and there is a problem, talk to a specialist medical negligence solicitor, we want with experience of cosmetic surgery negligence claims, for advice – you could be awarded damages for any injuries or suffering caused to you.