I’ve published many of Roxie’s posts on my websites Offbeat Bride and Offbeat Home & Life, and her stuff has gone viral several times! She has a knack for finding that sweet-spot between accessible/pretty stuff and totally out-there hair and body care. Her posts on my sites have been shared hundreds of thousands of times by my readers –Ariel Meadow Stallings, editor-in-chief Offbeat Empire
Our experiences with HTHG have been nothing short of amazing. Women tend to be timid and self-conscious when it comes to trying new things with their own hair. Roxie’s tutorials combat those feelings as they are creative, easy to follow, and offer women a sense of empowerment when it comes to their personal style. We are proud to be affiliated with the site and our readers LOVE her – Kristin Utterback, Editor Latest-Hairstyles
How-To Hair Girl is about the art of hair, the business of hair, the history of hair. Whether she is demonstrating a clever and pretty new technique or posting an article about velebrated French coiffeur Antoine de Paris, Roxie Jane Hunt is informative and fascinating. How-to hair girl makes compelling reading for young hairdressers, busy women looking for a quick hair fix, and anyone else with and interest in what happens at the top of our heads –Steven Zdatny, Author and Historian, Duke University.