Month: September 2020
Beauty City International

 “Best Hair & Beauty PR & Marketing Business 2020” 

Congratulations to us! We are so happy and grateful to be awarded, the "Best Hair & Beauty PR & Marketing Business 2020" This award has been given to us from the SME Midlands Enterprise Awards for our forward thinking and fabulous new platform that is already making a difference to peoples businesses and lives. In today's world it has never been so important to pull together in o..
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Fashion Month in a Global Pandemic

The world is not as we know it, normality has drastically changed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. This has had an adverse effect on all industries within society, inclusive of the fashion sector. September is usually a month filled with fashion shows across the globe, however as a result of the current crisis most fashion week schedules have been made into virtual showcases.    ..
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How to keep the frizz away this autumn

Hair hacks   As we transition into the autumn season, our hair is due to be affected by the gloomy weather conditions that are heading our way. However there are a number of simple ways to keep brittleness at bay and keep your hair looking healthy and shiny.     Using a silk pillowcase Something as simple as changing the type of pillowcase you commonly use to a silk or s..
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The Versatile Oil You Never Knew You Needed!

Idan oil is a multi use moisturising oil by the wellness and cosmetic black-owned brand Liha beauty. The brand merges British aromatherapeutic elements with natural ingredients such as Coconut Oil and Shea Butter from Yoruba culture.   Idan is derivative of the Yoruba word for magic, which Liha Beauty believes best describes the versatility and amazing benefits of the oil. Idan is made ..
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New Government COVID regulations come into force for businesses and venues

New Government regulations have come into force to ensure businesses continue to be COVID compliant by following the Rule of Six and maintaining social distancing between customers. Hospitality venues in England are legally required to enforce the rule of 6 and social distancing or face a fine of up to £4,000. The new rules will mean certain businesses and organisations, including hospitali..
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