I’m loving this Nail Art Madness! You Can get your Dads Fav Band on your Nails ” The Beatles ” or an Old Time Classic Movie ” The Shining ” or the Famous Animal that everyone loves ” The Cat ” and much more… Like it like it a lot… All I just need to do now is grow me some Nails and I’ll be on that Bandwagon
“If you haven’t yet heard, allow me to explain: Splashlights are a horizontal band of bleached hair that stretches from ear to ear, a new highlighting technique. “
” Loving its versatility. Although the look is best suited to medium to long hair, the technique can easily be adapted to suit different hairstyles. Got a fringe? Layers? Fear not- your hairdresser can advise you on how best to work the halo-look into your tresses. “
Cant find many pictures but the ones I’ve found I think I’m sucked in…I like it! You could do it with many of other colours such as; Pink, Grey, Green and Blue!! What do You think ” Slashlights ” To Have or Not to Have…..?
” Oversize: Dismiss all thoughts of borrowed-from-the-boyfriend bagginess. The softly curving shoulders, shapely silhouettes and luxurious cashmere mixes of these cocooning cuts all nod to autumn’s new womanly feel. “
” So how do you guard against coming a cropper with your crop top? The first rule is to make like Rooney and be very selective about what you reveal. Rooney’s crops are always matched with high-waisted skirts, meaning that her navel and hips are well covered up. Far less OTT sexy and much more directional, the ‘hi-driff’ is the only flesh you can flash without alarming the fashion police. “
” Marks & Spencer are stepping things up a notch this season. An Oscar winning actress, a multiplatinum global singer, a leggy model and a dramatic backdrop shot through the lens of Annie Leibovitz’s camera.”
” From Helen Mirren to Grace Coddington, every woman sitting perfectly poised for Annie Leibovitz, tells a tale of great success for Britain. Whether working further afield or remaining in the home country, they are revolutionary in their field of expertise. Marks & Spencer didn’t just concentrate on the big British names that are recognised the world over. They included inspirational figures like Helen Allen, Nurse of the Year 2011, and Jasmine Whitbread, CEO of Save the Children. It’s a truly world-changing cast of women and a beautiful campaign to boot. “