Monthly Archive: September, 2012


It’s the thing with fashion…you know that nothing is going to stay the same for long…and if you wait long enough everything comes back into style. The trouble (or the joy of it)… Continue reading


Hairstyles for women over 40 should not be so radically different than hairstyles you’d choose in your thirties or even twenties! At about 35 years old my mom asked my (and I quote)… Continue reading

Bali… paradise really exists

The mere mention of Bail evokes thoughts of a paradise. It’s more than a place: it’s a mood, an aspiration, a tropical state of mind. Yes, Bali has beaches, surfing, diving, and resorts… Continue reading

Tricks to Keep your Hair Young as you Age

Have to say there is nothing I hate more than being called “middle aged” and I will do pretty much anything hang on tenaciously to my youth However; the voice of my mother… Continue reading

The Girl Who Played With Fire

Though not the most popular colour when you walk down the street, redheads are so important to the success of a salon. Red may not be the colour that everyone asks for, but… Continue reading


Once you find the right shape and style, jeans are the most useful basic in your wardrobe Most of the major jean companies are now making a variety of shapes and styles to… Continue reading

Express Blow Out…for smooth healthy shiny hair.

Getting your ends cut more often than you want because you are fixated on the splits? Tried and tried to grow your hair past your shoulders and it never seems to get any… Continue reading

Confessions of a Kindle Addict!!

I confess…I am addicted Not a little addiction; a full-blown, hard to hide obsession with books! The invention of the Kindle for iPad did nothing to curb my tendencies, in fact it has… Continue reading

Helpful Tips To Minimise Hair Damage

Unfortunately, for anyone with long or fine hair, breakage is a part of everyday life. We blow dry, we colour, life’s daily wear and tear, we straighten, we shampoo….and as a result, we… Continue reading

Thinking Out Loud

Life’s Lessons When I was growing up my mom was full of wisdom and had a saying for most situations… “If it doesn’t kill you, it makes you stronger” “If you can’t say… Continue reading