I am somewhat a supplement Queen, although I have been able to reduce my daily intake of vitamins and tablets right down through avoiding dairy and gluten – but sometimes we all need a little help.
Let me start this by being incredibly honest, I am not the biggest fan of hair salons. Not only do you leave with a lighter purse, but typically I leave too feeling worse than when I arrived. I’m going to put this feeling down to the necessity of staring at yourself in the mirror for hours, with wet hair and awful lighting. I visit eventually but if I can I will avoid it only to avoid the loss of positivity!
However my recent visit to a salon near the Shard brought an entirely different experience for me and for the first time I actually enjoyed my time at a hairdressers and left feeling like I looked the best I ever had.
If you are an active person and hate to miss a workout, an ill-timed injury can be hugely frustrating. You don’t want to miss your daily exercise, but you also don’t want to risk making your injury worse – so what’s the best thing to do?
I recently hit the mid-twenties. When I was younger I used to think that anybody above the age of 21 was a real adult and most definitely had their life together – now I know that was entirely incorrect!
However, one joy of becoming that one step closer to a ‘real adult’ is the wrinkles and lines that are caused by pollution and everyday stresses/strains. Whilst others may find they tend to get these on their forehead or around their lips, mine appear to have centred around my eyes and area something I have long been concerned about.