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AMEŌN Salon Review: I froze my face to stop time

I have terrible skin. Left to its own devices, it would be an oily but dry, pimply, scarred hellscape. However, after a decade of facials and all natural products, I beat him into submission. Most. I still have breakouts. And now that I’m getting older, I want to make sure what I have doesn’t sag […]

Salon review

AMEŌN Salon Review: I froze my face to stop time

I have terrible skin. Left to its own devices, it would be an oily but dry, pimply, scarred hellscape. However, after a decade of facials and all natural products, I beat him into submission. Most. I still have breakouts. And now that I’m getting older, I want to make sure what I have doesn’t sag […]

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Spa and Salon Review: Blended Wellness

Relaxation awaits you… When it comes to health and beauty, it sometimes feels like there are so many potential treatments, but so little time. Welcome to Blended Wellness – a versatile place where you can, well, mix up your treatments and seamlessly transition from a workout to a massage or a haircut. Located inside Dukes […]

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Salon64 breaks the rules of hairdressing

If there’s anything the past two years have taught us, it’s the value we place on experiences and that’s something I was very excited to discover at Salon64 in Soho. The brainchild of Ricky Walters, it’s a salon that’s effortlessly cool, oozes glamor and is a place where you can really enjoy the whole process […]

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‘Huda’s Salon’ review: Intriguing political thriller

Huda’s living room opens with a single ten-minute take that sets up the tension felt throughout the film. Reem is married to a jealous man who is convinced she has eyes for someone else. Her concerns are no different from those of many other women in Bethlehem. She soon finds herself blackmailed into working for […]

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Huda’s Salon review: A clumsy political thriller

Maisa Abd Elhadi at Huda’s living roomPhoto: IFC Films Huda’s living room peaks early, during the only scene that actually takes place in Huda’s living room. Set in occupied Palestine – the film’s English subtitles never refer to Israel by name, only as “the Occupation” – the lounge isn’t exactly a hubbub of activity. Huda […]

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Hair Salon Review: You Are My Sunshine takes things to a new level in Ngee Ann City, Lifestyle News

From the folks who brought us award-winning concept beauty salons – Leekaja Beauty Salon and Walking on Sunshine Salon & Cafe – comes yet another lifestyle destination, You Are My Sunshine. Spanning 8,000 square feet of personal care space in Ngee Ann City, expect an upscale full-service beauty salon, Korean-Western fusion dishes in their cafe, […]

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Review of the “Huda Salon” – The Hollywood Reporter

Self or nation? Loyalty or betrayal? Stay or go? These are the questions that go by Huda’s living room, the eighth film by Hany Abu-Assad. These are not themes unknown to the Palestinian director; his previous films, including the Oscar nominee Heaven now and Omar, explored similar questions with precision and sensitivity. Corn Huda’s living […]

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Christopher Bliss Literary Salon Review: Comedian Rob Carter Finds a New Way to Write | London Evening Standard

Review at a glance M eet Christopher Bliss, a novelist from Shropshire with childish enthusiasm but so little understanding of the nature of writing that he thinks his Thesaurus is a narrative masterpiece of 26 chapters. Welcome to his literary salon, where he offers advice from scribes, probes a true writer and proves to be […]