For many years I have tried and tested several different styles and brands of clippers, even using them to cut my friend’s and my own hair! Generally I seek to replace them every few years and not being a professional barber, I rarely tend to opt for the higher-priced “professional” models. Remington is one of the few brands that I have used and was impressed with the overall design and quality.
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As the weather warms it’s likely that many of us will be spending a lot more time outdoors, exposing more of ourselves to the natural elements. As much as Vitamin D can have positive results on our wellbeing, the sun can also have adverse effects on our skin. With sunscreen being an advised preventative measure, most would find that it’s not always practical to wear it every day. Other factors can also play an important role such as our diet, alcohol consumption, allergies, and our daily intake of water. When skin problems do occur though it is vital to take remedial action and ultimately seek a professional opinion.
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In this video Zukreat, founder of Artist of Makeup, speaks at London Modest Fashion Week held at the Saatchi Gallery in London on building a successful brand using social media.
Filmed by Timothy Ward
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Ever been walking through the shopping centre and had an attractive salesperson try to entice you into testing their must-have dead sea salt concoction that is just oh-so-good for your skin?
Yeah me too!
I decided to indulge one day in this particular body scrub by Body Shop. It was of my own volition however, because sometimes I just like to try new things out, and then I write about them, and then you read it. I guess that’s how this blogging thing works no?
Great! Then let’s get on with it.
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After a heated debate on Instagram over a fashion A-lister’s physical appearance, I realise that this is an issue some people feel very strongly about, myself included. I couldn’t help but respond in defense to some of the comments which I found to be completely rude and out of order (I’ve posted some throughout the article for purpose of context):
I’m not completely oblivious to the long reigning standards that have been perpetuated throughout the fashion media, but at which point do we stop ourselves in calling out a model’s size and remember that they are in reality a real person with real feelings?
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