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We all love travelling – the excitement of visiting a different country and exploring a new culture is a very special feeling. Plus, all the new food that you’ll be trying for the first time. What’s not to like?
I personally travel most often by plane, it’s easy, fast and many times cheaper than spending a day out in London. Plus, I love airports (not a popular opinion, I know)! I think that airports are part of my travels rather than the means to an end. Airports are just like small cities with everything you need and for me, it’s super fascinating how everything works in order for passengers to have a stress-free experience (most times).
One of my favourite things to do at an airport is to go sit down next to one of those large windows, look out of it and notice all the airport staff and bits of equipment that are used for each plane to be ready for boarding. So, basically, I love people watching.
A few years ago, whilst I was people watching, I started to wonder what all the equipment was and what it was used for. Fortunately, one of my good friends works at Aviation Spares & Repairs, a company that supplies ground support equipment, which is all the equipment that is used at airports and airfields, and she was happy to answer some of my questions.
If you’ve ever wondered this yourself or maybe you children have asked you these questions, continue reading below.
Ground support equipment is any type of support equipment found at an airport, and as the Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 149 explains, it’s “typically associated with the servicing of aircraft during the ground-based, airport turnaround process.” This involves equipment to power airplanes, such as generators, to move airplanes, such as tow tractors, to help load cargo onto the airplane, such as baggage belt loads and to aid passengers board, such as boarding stairs.
There are also various other tasks performed by ground support equipment, including restocking of food and water, airfield maintenance, aircraft refuelling and more.
Now, you can understand why this type of equipment is so important as after all, it ensures that the aircraft you are about to board is ready to safely take you to your holiday destination.
Calling all Harry Potter fans! No matter if you are part of Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw or Hufflepuff or even if you are a curious muggle, I’m sure you’ll find something special at The Carat Shop’s new website.
The Carat Shop is a Hertfordshire-based jewellery maker which specialises in designing, making and retailing licensed Harry Potter jewellery, including necklaces, earrings, charms and rings that feature the most popular characters and items of this novel. They have recently launched their new website and they are inviting all lovers of Harry Potter to visit the website and let them know what they think.
Wearing Harry Potter jewellery by The Carat Shop is the ideal way to show-off your love for all things related to the wizarding world and is the perfect way to find fellow Potterheads. And do you know the best thing about their new website? All UK orders come with FREE shipping!
So, hop on your broom and get over there! If you are looking for a gift for a partner or maybe looking for something for yourself and are not sure what to get, let me show you their best-selling products.
From golden snitch earrings to golden snitch necklaces and more, The Carat Shop has a variety of accessories and jewellery which feature everyone’s favourite gold coloured Quidditch ball.
The Deathly Hallows symbol consists of the shapes of three magical items: the Elder Wand, the Resurrection Stone and the Cloak of Invisibility. You’ll find deathly hallows necklaces, deathly hallows bookmarks and much more at The Carat Shop.
Go back in time with The Carat Shop’s time turner jewellery pieces and accessories. From Hermione’s time turner necklace to time turner earrings and more!
Visit The Carat Shop’s website today at https://thecaratshop.co.uk and browse through their whole collection of Harry Potter jewellery.
Who else gets excited when Autumn comes? Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love the few warm summer days that we get here in England, but there is something about Autumn that really gets my heart pounding. Whether it is the beautiful warm autumnal tones all around, the crisp sunny mornings wrapped up in a cosy jacket or the pumpkin spice everything and anything – I just can’t get enough of Autumn.
One of my favourite things to do when Autumn is on the way is to freshen up my house, giving it a little something to celebrate the season and all its glory, without spending too much money (of course!).
Most of us give their homes a deep clean during spring, but did you know that Autumn is a great time to do the same? Start by decluttering your wardrobe and clearing out your cupboards. House Beautiful has an article focused on how it’s essential to deep clean your home during Autumn to ensure it’s ready for the winter months and “to keep seasonal bugs at bay.”
A great, quick and inexpensive trick for making a room look fresh is by rearranging the furniture. Then, simply change up your linen cushions for velvet or knitted ones and add a chunky knitted blanket to your bedroom or living room and absorb the cosiness.
An easy way to give your home a refresh during this season is to give your doorway some love. After all, it’s the first thing your guests will see when they come to visit. You can give your front door a nice update by giving a fresh lick of paint and by changing up the door hardware – anything from the door numbers to your door knocker or even letter plate.
If you are feeling a bit overwhelmed and are not sure how to pick this type of ironmongery, Ironmongery Experts, an architectural ironmongery business, has various blog posts on how to choose house numbers, how to choose letter plates and the different types of door knockers that you can choose from.
Candles create the perfect atmosphere for a relaxing and cosy Sunday day in. Plus, with this season comes every Autumnal scent that makes you feel even cosier – apple, cinnamon, pumpkin, mulled wine, how good does that sound?
If you are not into Halloween decorations (not judging here, but how are you not into Halloween decorations?) there are many ways to decorate your home to embrace the autumnal vibes. An article on the Huffington Post mentions that texture is key and “prints can also change the mood from summery to autumnal: tartans, nature-inspired foliage and bold geometric patterns are all eye-catching ways to spruce up your space.”
Now, that you’ve given your home the refresh it needed, get cosy and enjoy looking at the rain from the inside of your home with a cup of hot cocoa.
Every year, there’s a day in April designated to helping children to learn how to save. However, if you’ve ever sat down with a child and discussed the ins and outs of financial freedom with them, then you’ll know we need a lot more than one day a year. Ultimately, children don’t get the education they need to help them make the most out of their money as they grow.
More often than not, the issue of finances and spending is brushed over in school, which means that parents are left to handle the task of teaching children how to manage money on their own. If you’re worried that your child isn’t going to get the guidance that they need, here are some tips that will help you offer a better education.
The first step in successfully teaching your child how to save money is teaching them how to understand wants vs needs. For instance, explain that their needs are the basic things that they have to have to survive, like food. However, food can be anything that sustains them. Takeaway, sweets and other treats are a “want” even though they stem from a need.
For the things that your child wants, help them to understand that they’ll need to set long-term and short-term savings goals. Sometimes, they’ll just need to wait until they get their weekly pocket money to afford their wants. In other circumstances, your child might need to learn the benefits of delayed gratification and saving towards something over time.
When your child is still very young, they’re probably not going to go out and find a job. You’re going to need to wait until at least their early teenage years before your youngster starts earning a wage. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t start to teach the benefits of an earning an income from an early point.
For instance, if you want to give your youngsters money to spend on the things that they want, consider giving them a weekly or monthly pocket money. Rather than giving your kids that cash for no reason, give it to them in exchange for doing chores like cleaning their room, or taking out the trash. This way, they’ll learn the benefit of working.
The chances are that you’ve needed to take out a loan every now and again to help you pay for the things that you need. With the economy the way that it is today, your children might need to do the same thing when they grow up too. With that in mind, if your child asks to borrow money from you for something that they desperately want, acting as their creditor could be a great idea.
For instance, agree to give your child £40 for a game if they give you £44 in return. You can put the extra £4 into a savings account for your child and start to teach them about things like interest. Asking for interest might seem like a strange tactic at first, but it pays off in the long-term.
Part of being a good saver and a savvy spender means understanding your money and where it goes. When your child starts getting their own pocket money or they earn a wage from their new job, invite them to sit down with you regularly and do some basic budgeting. During this time, you can teach your youngster about the expenses that you need to consider when sorting through your cash each month.
Budgeting with your child also helps to open up a dialogue about money. It’s important that your child knows that they can talk to you about their concerns and uncertainties around cash, without feeling overwhelmed.
Finally, remember that your child will always be looking to you for examples on how to behave. If you want your child to be careful with their cash, and avoid impulse spending at all costs, then they can’t see you constantly buying extra things online whenever you fancy. Make sure that you plan each of your purchases carefully and think about the impression you’re having on your youngster.
Be prepared to answer questions that your child might have, and if you set any rules for them on how they need to use their money, make sure that you’re following the same guidelines.
If you’re anything like me, you probably spend a ridiculous amount of time planning exactly what each room in the house is going to look like, once you’ve decided you’re redecorating.
I spend hours, if not days, scrolling through Pinterest, Instagram & interior blogs to find ideas and inspiration, but, sometimes, they don’t work in the house. Because the shape of the room is wrong, the lighting isn’t quite right, whatever the reason, and I’ve often wanted to see how a piece of furniture would look in the room before spending hundreds of pounds on something only to realise, it doesn’t fit.
Anything to save the “I told you so…..’
Welcome the genius that is Wayfair. My favourite online shopping spot for everything home and interiors related.
They have an online room planner which gives you the option to pick from a selection of plain rooms, or, you can upload a photo of your own room, ready to whack some Wayfair goodies into and have a good old play around with style.
This is perfect if you’re going for something completely different, a total room overhaul, and you have no idea if the thoughts in your head will actually work in the room, or, if you just think the room needs a little je ne said quoi.
I have obviously been on there already. I’ve used it to dress blank rooms in all kind of crazy ways. Often, in styles I wouldn’t have in my home but that’s the fun of it, you can go mad and it doesn’t really matter, once you’re done, delete it! But I’ve also used it in the way (I assume) it’s been intended, to see if a giant corner sofa would fit in our living room, and to see if we can add more to the dining room.
I’ve got to admit, it’s a dangerous tool. I could buy so much stuff from Wayfair after a few hours on there. In fact, I could probably build a brand new home from just a click of my fingers. *insert evil laugh right about now….*
I really want to add a little home office at the top of our stairs, it’s the perfect size I think, and it could be tucked away quite easily when it’s not in use, but I’ve been a bit nervous to try it because I didn’t want to end up with furniture I couldn’t actually use (I’ve been known to get overexcited or carried away with projects in the past, shocking I know) but now I feel like I could have a serious think about it and maybe, finally get the blogging space I’ve been pinning and researching for however many years!
Are there any rooms you want to change but you’re too worried to take a step into the unknown? I really recommend the Wayfair Room Planner tool, think of it as your own little George Clarke inside your computer. Try it and let me know how you get on!
Who doesn’t love QVC? The savings are amazing and if you can keep a eye out for products you use often then you’re onto a real winner. The latest QVC offer is the Time Bomb Supersize Hero Anti-Ageing Collection.
These super sized, anti-ageing super stars are exactly what you need to give your skin ‘dew it all’ – visibly firmed, tightened, plumped and hydrated, leaving it looking glowing and refreshed.
If you were to buy these products individually it would cost over £200 so this is a seriously amazing deal!
The Hero Collection Contains:
Take-Off Time Cleanse & Buff cleansing cream is uniquely formulated with professional grade crystals to gently lift away dead cells to uncover your most dewy, fresh, radiant complexion.
Complexion Cocktail with a Shot of H2Omega is a light, skin boosting cocktail serving up instant refreshment for dehydrated skin. It contains both Chia Oil and Coconut Oil, which are two of nature’s richest sources of omega 3 fatty acids. Plus a power blend of two hyaluronic acids to instantly inject your skin with moisture.
Collagen Bomb Essential Skin Fuel is loaded with high concentrations of potential anti-oxidants including Pycnogenol (a natural plant extract that helps to fortify collagen). Collagen Bomb helps to fuel the skin into overdrive, and leaves it feeling full, firm and fit.
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The offer is available from today on QVC and you can get all four products for just £62.88! That’s a MASSIVE saving and one you would be crazy to miss if you love your skincare products!
Time Bomb Supersize Hero Collection is available from QVC now!
Sometimes, to make myself feel really old, I like to remind my kids that there were days without internet, catch-up TV, or even Instagram.
I really was bought up in the dark ages!
I remember arranging to meet friends on the phone (the house phone that is) and then having to be there, in the right place, at the right time because there was no way of changing it once we’d left the house. Even as an adult, in my first job, I had to use fax machines and dial up internet. It sounds laughable now!
I love how technology has changed our lives. Being married to a serious tech expert I can’t escape it, it’s part of our lives in every single way.
I don’t think we ever watch ‘normal’ TV now, (apart from Love Island obviously), we speak to Siri more than we speak to some family and we won’t even imagine what life would be like without broadband.
Sometimes, I do think life would be easier without so much technology, being available all the time has it’s pros and cons but there are some pieces of modern technology that I just could not live without.
I am far from loaded, but I do like to know where my bank balance is at. Starling Bank is one of the new styles of banking, it’s all done online, with all the usual features but with added extras like alerts, visuals on where your money has gone and easy ways to save extra pennies. It beats all other banking systems hands down.
Obviously. I was going to put this as number one but I’d hate to be predictable. If there was ever an emergency, and I lost my phone, I’d only be able to call myself because it’s the only number commiytted to memory. Which is, you know, helpful.
It has my calendar, my kids calendar, shopping lists, web pages, the list is endless, all within a tiny little device that never leaves my side.
Thank GOD the days of dial-up are gone. That irritating noise while you sat and waited, impatiently, to connect to the world wide web. I do think we’ve been a bit spoiled by the wonder that is WiFi. Should it ever dare to slow down, or, heaven forbid, stop working, it’s like the whole world has crashed! The real techs out there have back up plans from data only sim deals, so if they ever get stuck somewhere without the wonder that is WiFi they can still connect their tablets or laptops with a sim, just like the ones we use in our phones!
It’s like the WiFi God’s have got our backs, no matter where we are in the world, we can be sure we’re connected and there are a huge selection to choose from!
The bloke was telling me forEVER to download the app onto my phone, saying I would really rate it. Me, being me, had zero interest in a news app, my phone was for fun times only. I’m pretty sure I only downloaded it to shut him up, but, turns out it’s actually quite interesting and useful. Plus, it’s not just serious news. I can have all my favourite mags, wellbeing & food all in one place. Who knew!
Many homeowners overlook the hallway when it comes to interior design but this is actually one of the most important spaces in the home. It is the first place that people stand when they enter so it helps to form the first impression, plus it is also a space where people either get ready to enter the home or get ready to leave so it needs to be functional too.
Here are a few tips to help you to get more from your hallway.
You do not want a hallway to feel cramped so you must be smart when it comes to decorating. You can make the space feel larger through the use of neutral colours and through maximising natural lightwith a mirror. You do not want this to be a bland space, meanwhile, so do not shy away from a bold injection of colour which can add visual appeal to the space.
The hallway can be a stressful area if there are not storage solutions in place. Having intelligent storage solutions can help to keep this space free of clutter while also improving the decoration. There are many smart storage solutions to consider, including hooks for coats, cubby holes for keys and other items and a hallway storage bench from somewhere like Cox & Cox. Make sure that everywhere has a home and you will be able to maximise space and keep it neat and tidy
You will also want your personality to be evident from the moment you step in the door so it is an area that needs decorating. You can do this with an interesting piece of artwork or through having a shelf which contains items like photographs, potted plants etc.
Lead Them In
You will want to lead people into the home so that they feel welcome. You can do this through the use of a stair runner which can also add depth and by making sure that there is decoration visible further into the house as opposed to just a series of doors with blank walls.
Although the hallway is not an area that people spend a large amount of time, it is a space where they spend time putting on/taking off shoes, getting their coats sorted etc. Making the space more comfortable can make this process much easier so, if space permits, furniture like a small sofa or a bench can work well in this space and help it to feel more homely.
The hallway is often an oversight when it comes to interior design but it is actually a highly important space in the home and can make a big difference to your daily life as well as how people perceive your home. These are just a few ideas which should help to elevate your hallway and create a functional and attractive space.
I don’t know about you, but sometimes (most of the time) it feels like, no matter how much sleep I get, I am constantly exhausted.
The world we live in, where we’re switched on 24/7 means our brains never really switch off & we’re always trying to play catch up on a sleep deficit, which, with two kids, work, life and house, is never going to happen (also, hello, Netflix?)
I was lucky enough to chat to Jayne Wilson about the best ways to feel less like you’re wading through mud, by incorporating changes to your diet and including supplements. And when I say diet, I don’t mean to lose weight, that ship has sailed right on by, it’s all about having a healthy lifestyle.
1: What reasons are people low in Magnesium? Is it purely down to diet and not eating the right foods?
Magnesium is an essential mineral involved in helping to release energy from the food we eat. It is important to make sure that you have enough magnesium, without this you maysuffer from tiredness and fatigue, poor energy release and poor muscle function. Magnesium also plays an important role in healthy psychological function and the healthy functioning of the nervous system.
Poor diet – Make sure that you are eating at least the recommended amount of fruit and vegetables a day. Remember that the magnesium in foods can be lost in cooking or processing. Choose to lightly steam or boil your vegetables or eat them raw if you can.
2:What are the best ways to increase energy levels and feel less exhausted?
It’s important to understand what may be causing energy dips, so first of all, if you have concerns, you should speak to your doctor to make sure there are no underlying reasons. Energy levels can be linked to how tired you feel. There are a few main lifestyle influences that maycause your energy to dip:
1. Psychological causes such as being under pressure:
Over time if you are exposed to ongoing stressful situations, it can take its toll. Help reduce tiredness and fatigue by eating Magnesium rich foods (dark green leafy veg, nuts, seeds, wholegrains). You may also consider taking a Magnesium supplement, for extra reassurance.
2. Physical causes such as poor sleep.
An adult needs 7-9 hours sleep but many of us fail to achieve this.
Being unable to fall asleep, intermittent waking and snoring, may have many causes, again, speak to your doctor to get checked out. However, promoting good sleep hygiene prior to going to bed may help you to drop off:
3. Lifestyle causes such as poor diet
Many people may usecaffeine and sugary drinks or snacks to keep goingduring the day when they feel exhausted. This is a double-edged sword as the body has to work harder to compensate for sugar highs and lows. Substituting with nuts, seeds and protein bars along with eating regularly every 4 hrs can help to keep you going all day. Other nutrients that help with combating tiredness include- Magnesium (wholegrains, nuts, dark green leafy veg), B Vitamins including B6 (poultry, fish, eggs, vegetables) and B12 (oily fish, eggs) and Vitamin C (citrus fruits, dark green leafy veg, strawberries).
3: What foods should you be eating each day to help you to achieve a healthy, balanced diet? Not necessarily to lose weight but for better health.
A good balance of lean protein, complex carbohydrates, abalanced choice of fats including Omega 3 rich oils from oily fish or seed oils e.g. flaxseed oil and eating and up to 10 portions of fruit and vegetables. (UK recommend 5 portions a day, USA 8-9 portions a day, Japan 13 portions a day)
4: Should you take supplements as well changing your diet or is one or the other enough?
Diet should always be your first port of call. Cleaning up the diet by reducing your intake of sugar, saturated fats, fizzy drinks, caffeine, salt and processed foods/snacks and replacing it with fresh fruit and vegetables, lean protein, healthy fats and complex carbs will have a significant impact on your health.
If you feel that you need a little extra reassurance Wassen has two Magnesium supplements:
Introducing Wassen Magnesium Bwhich is specially formulated to include Magnesium and Vitamins B5 (Pantothenic acid), B6 and B12 for healthy energy release and the reduction of tiredness and fatigue. Wassen Magnesium B provides 300mg of Magnesium combined with a Vitamin B Complex and Vitamin C.
Wassen Magnesium-OKcan be a good choice as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Wassen Magnesium-OK for the monthly cycle is a unique, one-a-day nutritional supplement which contains a balanced combination of six important minerals and eight vitamin with Vitamin B6 to support the regulation of hormonal activity and Magnesium to support a healthy nervous system and healthy energy release.
The full Wassen range is available from www.wassen.comand Boots the Chemists. Food supplements should not be used a substitute for a balanced diet or healthy lifestyle.
Answers provided by Jayne Wilson, Wassen Wellbeing Expert
We all know how important it is to protect our skin from the sun, regardless of what season it is, because it is just so damaging. UV exposure is the number one reason for accelerated ageing, and when we’re doing all we can to slow down the ageing process, the last thing we need to do is go out in the sun without any protection and wreck any good results we might have already achieved. And I for one am not ready to start looking my age!
While it’s never too late to integrate an SPF into your routine (like this one from SKN Rehab) it’s good to know that there are products designed to help reverse the damage we might have caused before we knew better.
Time Bomb, one of my favourite brands of ALL TIME has the aptly named Over-Exposed Sun Damage Rescue.
Designed to visibly improve the signs of long-term photo damage, while restoring skin’s natural radiance and resilience. It’s a massive hit of moisture in one tiny little green tube, but with a touch of magic.
Over-Exposed Sun Damage Rescue visibly addresses the impact of UV exposure with clinically-proven, heavy-duty anti-oxidants and deep emollients. It’s the first skin care formula to harness the power of Omega9XEster, a vegetable-derived emollient repurposed from saddle manufacturers who use it to maintain and restore leather to optimal smooth, supple texture. Omega9XEster penetrates skin’s top layers
to counteract dry, rough, rigid, leathery texture associated with photo damage. No more Something About Mary old lady skin here.
A proprietary, bioactive Milk Peptide Complex helps kick-start your skin into natural repair mode, encouraging production of hyaluronic acid and healthy collagen fibers to keep your skin full, firm and smooth.
High levels of anti-oxidant Pycnogenol help inhibit the impact of UV rays to reduce visible signs of photo damage. Clinical tests confirm Pycnogenol has also been shown to lower skin pigment intensity, so skin tone appears more even.
Over-Exposed Sun Damage Rescue is basically a heavy duty moisturiser but one that has been designed to reverse the sun damage of years gone by (or even recently by mistake!) and I am impressed!
I’m planning on taking this with me to France this summer, I have every intention of smothering my face in SPF50 every single day, but even then my face can feel tight and over-exposed to the sun, as well as the sea and sand, so I’m hoping this will help to inject some life back into my face and give me that sun-kissed, but healthy glow I’m always in search of!
Time Bomb Over Exposed Sun Damage Rescue is available now online and via QVC, priced £40.00 for a 40ml tube and £70.00 for 70ml.
More info on their website here.
Gifted PR Sample.
Before I was serious about skincare, the only time I used an SPF on my face was when it was ‘proper’ summer or when I was on holiday. It just didn’t occur to me to use it every single day, even in the winter.
Now, I don’t leave the house without some kind of SPF on my entire face, usually SPF30 but when it’s really hot then I am factor 50 all over. I will never tan and so the only thing I’m interested in is protecting my skin from sun damage.
The SKN Filter SPF 30 (£30) is a broad spectrum protection that contains a combination of powerful vitamins and antioxidants to protect the skin while targeting and treating sun damage effects. It has Vitamin C to help treat sun spots, pigmentation and uneven texture while Vitamin E will help the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
SKN Filter SPF30 will help to protect against UVA/UVB damage while reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles. It also helps recover damaged cell DNA, shield the skin from visible impacts of pollution and helps to soothe skin irritations and hydrate the skin.
It’s quite a thick cream so I have been using this when I’m not wearing make up, choosing to stick to my usual moisturiser with SPF under foundation, but it doesn’t leave any white streaks or residue on the face, it’s just a matter of feeling like I have too much on my skin when I wear make up on top, but that’s totally personal to each person.
It soaks into the skin easily and doesn’t feel like you’re wearing anything too heavy. It does have a kind of medicated scent, I am tempted to describe it as an unscented kind of smell, if that makes any sense whatsoever? Probably not!
SKN Filter SPF30 is available here and costs £30 for 50ml.
Gifted PR Sample.
Dry shampoo is my best friend. I’m not even going to pretend that I’m the kind of person who washes their hair every day, or even every other day. I have SO much hair that it takes me a good two days to work up the energy to wash it. Which is why I always have a can of dry shampoo in my house and my bag.
I usually go for the standard Batiste brand (even though they do a range for blondes & brunettes and have completely disregarded us redheads) because it’s nice and cheap and has always done an OK job, so when Philip Kingsley sent me a can of the One More Day Dry Shampoo I was very excited to see if you actually get what you pay for.
The short answer to that question is, yes. You absolutely do get what you pay for, when it comes to dry shampoo anyway.
This stuff is beautiful. It is really light in the hair and doesn’t give it that chalky feel that you can get and there’s minimal white residue, which is a real bug bear of mine, despite how often I use it!
You simply spray it into your roots, leave it for around 10 seconds and then massage into your scalp like you would a normal shampoo. Give it a quick brush if you’re so inclined and away you go. I tend to not brush my hair too much (I sound delightful don’t I!?) but it’s wavy, thick and if I brush it when it’s not just freshly straightened, I end up with a giant ‘poof’ on my head. So I avoid brushing where I can.
It says it refreshes and soothes the scalp and I couldn’t agree more, usually, my hair feels dry and overly textured, especially if I use it two days in a row (bad hair washer) and while that’s good for people with fine hair, it makes my hair feel dirty and stiff. One More Day seems to soak up any excess greasiness and gives a little bit of volume but there’s no actual residue from it, almost as if the hair soaks it all up.
It smells incredible, even my husband noticed and was sniffing my hair like a, hair sniffing creature.
Obviously, it’s not the cheapest brand out there, but, if you’re a fan of dry shampoo then it’s definitely worth trying. The 200ml can costs £19.59 and the handbag friendly can is £9.00 for 50ml. Both are available from Philip Kingsley here.