I heard a somewhat frazzled chap in the salon recently bemoaning his wife’s purchase of an expensive pair of shoes. “Over £200 for fancy flip-flops with clumpy soles,” he huffed.
Why does our hair go grey? Can severe stress really turn it white overnight? While it is an inevitable part of the ageing process, what changes can you make to slow fading to grey?
Exactly a year ago I wrote about the emerging lockdown trend among younger folk of the ‘mullet’, or if you are a pop star with too much money, its alternative the ‘shallet’ – a shaggy mullet favoured by the likes of Miley Cyrus and Rihanna.
News reaches Grateful Heads Towers of an intriguing trend; rice water. Of course, what started as a traditional Japanese and south-east Asian treatment to strengthen and condition hair is very much a 'thing' on social media, with the Kardashians and now, right here in the pages of the Oracle.
As you mooch through the morning paper, casually eating breakfast, I wonder how many of you have looked into the coffee grounds in your mug or cafetiere and thought, ‘Ooh, face scrub!’
So here it is merry Christmas…” Okay, I’ll spare you the Slade impression, albeit my Noddy Holder is AMAZING! Anyway, the party season is well and truly upon us and after the dress, shoes and bag are sorted, it’s time to consider the finishing touches.
About Four hundred years ago (1624)- the English Poet John Donne, created the phrase ”No man is an Island”: indicating that Human beings, in order to survive and grow, genuinely needs others.