A close shave

Can you remember when you first became aware of shaving as a form of hair removal? I remember from quite a young age watching my dad shave for work. He has very thick black hair so is one of these people that has a 4 o’clock ‘shadow’ even when he has shaved that morning. Because […]

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Caring for children’s hair

Hair care can be stressful for both parents and children, but it doesn’t have to be. These are our top tips for stress-free haircare: Get your children used to getting their face and head wet from an early age and make this a part of their daily routine Use a shampoo that is kind to […]

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Brighter skin

Skincare when you are a busy mum can be tricky. I go through bursts of being really regimented with facial skincare and then equal bursts of being totally rubbish. Often, when life is particularly busy that is one of the things that falls off the end of the to do list. One of the things […]

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Caring for long hair

I have had long hair for most of my life. I had long hair as a child and bar a moment of madness aged 10, when I had it cut in a bob, it got longer and longer. With each pregnancy it grew and grew and after baby number four arrived it was down to […]

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Improving skin from the inside out

As we pack away our winter wardrobes for another year, the thought of baring all in skimpy summer outfits can be a daunting thought for many. It seems as though the boots and winter cover ups have had an extra long stint (I’ve still been in my winter coat for some schools runs recently). Months […]

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Dealing with scars

Scars are things many of us have. Some are visible, some are not; some bother us a great deal and some not so much. Scars can come from all sorts of things. Whether it’s a BCG injection scar, Chickenpox scars, a scar from an accident, a trip or fall as a child, a c-section or […]

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Eyelash Extensions: Aftercare and Useful Tips

This is a Guest Post by a member of the Lash Design Team Another year, another interminable yet somehow squeamishly enjoyable Academy Awards telecast. I’d like to take this opportunity to point out the injustice one suffers as a non-pay TV subscribing viewer. There’s no red carpet brouhaha, no anodyne Richard Wilkins  commentary- just a […]

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