Archive for March 2010

For one reason or other some of us don’t go out for regular facials, and by regular I mean monthly. But what do you do, if you still want to look good? You go out and buy two new products, … Read more

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I was recently reading April’s issue of Red magazine and came across a feature called ‘Come dine with us’. It contained four interviews: with TV presenter Nadia Sawalha, local food promoter Maureen McKenna, organic baker Vicky Harford and PR consultant … Read more

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More and more people seem to be developing skin conditions and many are blaming the environment we live in. Paediatricians will also tell you that kids skin problems are on the rise too, which is even more distressing for children … Read more

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I am always keen to keep an eye on the cosmetic brands developed by make-up artists. They do the shows, know the trends and have a pretty good idea about what makes us, women, look good and help us enhance … Read more

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Cocomaya

It’s a proven fact that chocolate makes most of us happy and there is so much of it, be it on the supermarket shelves or in chocolate selling shops, scattered around London. But there is one jewel of a place … Read more

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Make-up makes us feel great and we start playing with it as soon as we can, be it with our mother’s treasures or with cheap kiddy ones. As we get older and can afford to buy our own, we go … Read more

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One often gets very confusing advice about the eye area. Some people suggest ‘tapping’ the cream into the area, some say that the cream ends up creating under-eye bags, which we all want removed later in life, but the question … Read more

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There is something magical about theatre and it doesn’t matter what age you are. I prefer the theatres that are smaller, more intimate and then you get to feel like you are part of that mysteriously creative process. So, if … Read more

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Swedish stylist Ulrika Lundgren started her label Rika not so long ago, but it seems to be gaining loyal fans pretty quickly. Over the weekend I popped into the Shop at Bluebird where Rika has a pop-up store. It is … Read more

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I read about Joseph Altuzarra’s designs on the blog of Garance Dore, went on his site and realised that I was looking at the work of a very strong and talented individual. In London his spring/summer’10 collection is only stocked … Read more

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