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No more ingrown hairs:

To avoid ingrown hairs after shaving, you should be careful to use sharp blades, as they separate the hair clean and produce less friction. In addition, it helps to shave the skin directly when showering, when the hair is soft and the pores are open. Shaving foam or gel softens the hair and straightens up. Then shower the skin off cold to close the pores and gently dab the skin with a towel

Wet or dry shave?

The wet shave is considered the gentlest variant and ensures a longer lasting smooth skin. For those in a hurry, dry shaving is an alternative, but the hair is cut only on the surface. This variant is therefore less thorough and the stubble are felt faster again.

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Asda presents new healthy summer menu


Grab your rug and hamper and let Asda take you for a picnic.
You can rely on Asda to provide you with a selection of delicious treats to take in your picnic basket. From perfect pizzas and splendid salads to tantalising sweet treats, this summer Asda is making it easy to pick the best products for your picnic, so you don’t even need to think twice about grabbing your outdoor rug and chairs and head to your local park.

Sizzling summer BBQ

It’s hard to beat a delicious barbecue on a hot summer’s day. If you’re looking for some food-spiration, get grilling with Asda’s extended range of BBQ favourites. From tasy sizzling steaks to extra special hot dogs and beef burgers packed with flavour, we’ve got all bases covered this summer’s season! sizzle up the perfect homemade barbeque spread with Asda’s delicious mains and sides and make this the best outdoor cookout your guests have ever seen. Read more

Saatchi Gallery opens a major new exhibition featuring the work of 17 contemporary artists

Known Unknowns showcases an international selection of artists, born between 1966 and 1990, from the Saatchi Gallery’s collection. The title refers to the artists’ status in the mainstream art world – whilst the group is largely unknown, their respective practices are greatly admired by their artistic peers and seen as breaking new ground.

The exhibition features a diverse range of art forms including painting, sculpture, video and mixed media, with a particular focus on the craft of art-making. The works deal with a myriad of themes that relate to the visual conditions of contemporary life, such as the exponential flow of images, the representation of the body in the Internet age, and the ethics of viewing versus voyeurism. Read more

The Roux Scholarship

There was once a time when British chefs were considered inferior and incapable of ever comprehending true gastronomy. You’d think this was way back in the mists of time but you’d be wrong. Just a little over thirty years ago, Andrew Fairlie, the first winner of the Roux Scholarship, wrote to a number of senior French chefs asking for a job at their restaurants in France. Only one replied. The answer: ‘non merci.’ Read more

Asian business award

Annual Asian rich list unveiled at gala event showcasing enterprising spirit and success of the British Asian business community

[London 26th March] Asian entrepreneurship and business success were honoured on Friday 23rd March at the Asian Business Awards, the annual gathering of the UK’s wealthiest and most successful Asian businessmen and women. Read more

Lighten up at ASK Italian this spring

March 2018: ASK Italian, one of the UK’s leading restaurant brands, has launched its new Spring menu filled with colourful and tasty dishes to brighten up your day!

 Say hello to ASK Italian’s new range of lighter pizzas; with three to choose from, their favourite Prima pizza toppings are now served on the new Prima Light base and accompanied by a colourful, veggie-packed rainbow salad. Who said healthier choices have to be boring?

 So lighten up your lunch or dinner with a choice of Light Coppa Ham & Egg, Light Pollo Piccante con Pancetta, or Light Caprina with soft goat’s cheese for our veggie lovers – at under 550 calories (kcal)* you can now enjoy less dough, and more rainbow! Read more

Rochelle is the new face of New Look



Rochelle Humes the former Saturdays star took centre stage as her New Look launch party kicked off in London and of course she was modelling one of her favourite pieces from the high street store for the launch party she was joined by husband Martin as they made their way into the event at St Martin’s Lane Hotel.

The stunning red jacquard embroidered mirror playsuit has really got us dreaming of summer. Extremely happy with her news, Rochelle, wrote: “Look Mum. BEYOND excited to announce that I am now the face of New Look. If you’d have told this to my teenage self I would have never believed you.


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Paul Smith presents a series of psychedelic dreamscape prints titled ‘Dreamer’ for Autumn / Winter 18.

The Dreamer print mirrors the optimistic mood of the collection and explores the artwork created by French artist Edmund Dulac, who’s illustrations for the 1912 rare collectible book The Dreamer of Dreams, inspired Paul Smith.Psychedelic colours, a graphic “Dreamer” logo and a menagerie of wild animals come together to create a magical and optimistic world. Knitwear is bright and bold, borrowing colours and motifs from the main Dreamer print. The print is available in two colour options and features throughout the collection in every product category with a reputation for innovation when it comes to tailoring fabrics with most recent success including A Suit To Travel In and his championing of British fabric mills. For Autumn/Winter 18 a series of new fabrics have been developed in partnership with specialist merchants Hudders eld Cloth using English wool. Paul retains a personal connection to the West Yorkshire area having worked in mills there designing fabrics in the early part of his career during the 1970s.