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Philip Kingsley Revamps Website

June 20, 2013

Targets hair and scalp issues.

Positioned as the ultimate destination for hair and scalp health, the new Philip Kingsley website is new and improved with offerings in all things trichology, claims the company.  Touted as "highly educational and informative in any aspect, the website is now a go to guide for all stylists dealing with client concerns," said the hair care marketer.

Digital Editor Anabel Kingsley, says “We wanted to create an interactive ‘hair hub’ that was more content focused – an educational tool for people rather than simply a place to purchase products.  We now have a unique and easy to navigate, gorgeous new look featuring a rich host of articles, videos, pinterest boards, blog links and imagery to explore.  We address everything from hair loss and scalp issues to overall health, hair myths, styling and nutritious diets.”

 
More info: www.philipkingsley.com
 

 

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