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Every time the seasons change so do our
hair and scalps. This means we need to
treat them accordingly to maintain those
shiny, healthier looking locks and scalps.
Dry Scalps -- associated specifically with winter
because we tend to stand longer (than four
minutes) with hot water pouring over our half
asleep heads and bodies to try and rev up on
those cold mornings. If you like your shower
really hot the effects on your scalp should be
obvious.Try working conditioner into the scalp as
it will act as a moisturizer.Take it easy on the heat
or don't let the top of the head be the only thing
the hot water hits.
Dry flakiness -- if you have flakiness that is dry
and often continued to the top of the head,
hairline or nape with tiny dust like flakes that are
white in color. The patches may or may not be
itchy and are often at the same spot that you
apply your shampoo to the spot where the hot
water from the shower hits first.
Dry weather periods that crack your lips and
fingers can also affect your scalp. So try a
shampoo and conditioner specifically for dry
scalps at the first sign of flaking. When the flakes
disappear, go back to products that are
specifically designed for your hair type and
switch between the two if the condition returns.
If you are already suffering from a dry flaky
scalp then the best way to get rid of it is to loosen
the flakes before shampooing with a scalp brush,
then use a shampoo for dry flakey scalp L'oreal
Professional's new 'Serie Nature' -- rebalancing
clay masque for scalps with flakiness. This
balancing clay masque combines white clay with
lavender essential oils known for its anti-septic
and antiinflammatory properties to help to
soothe irritation, eliminate flakey scalp and
prevent its reappearance. The scalp is balanced
and the hair is restored with lightness and shine.
Another option for this particular condition is
Sensi Balance also from L'oreal Professional. This
contains Sorbitwin a patented technology
offering soothing and protection thanks to a
complex of a sorbitol derivative a moisturizing
ingredient and vitamin PP.
When using these products give it a good
scrub not just to remove the flakes but to also
stimulate the oil producing glands too.
Karl Neilson and
Short but very, very sweet
Like choosing from a box of chocolates, why
settle for just one, when you can have nine
of the best?
Redland Performing Art Centre's
SHORTER+SWEETER offers nine of the most
delectable short plays in Australia in one
With a piece of theatre to suit everyone, the
very best theatrical 'treats' have been selected
from around 1000 plays produced in
Short+Sweet festivals around the globe over the
last seven years.
According to SHORTER+SWEETER producer
Karen Keegan, the formula is a winner for the
creative team and audiences alike.
"It gives audiences around the country a
chance to see new Australian plays, " she said.
"And if they don't like one, they only have to
wait ten minutes for the next one!"
"SHORTER+SWEETER is a fantastic opportunity
for actors and playwrights to strut their stuff,"
"New talent such as Best Actor, Nick Gunn, and
Best Actor runner-up, Charlie Mycroft, from the
Melbourne Short+Sweet 2009 season are on tour
and all the plays are Short+Sweet finalists."
The Short+Sweet festival has proven
extraordinary successful since its beginnings in
Sydney nine years ago and has since become the
biggest short play festival in the world.
SHORTER+SWEETER will show at the Redland
Performing Arts Centre concert hall on Friday 2
July at 7.30pm and on Saturday 3 July at 2pm.
Tickets are $34 for adults, $30 for pensioners and
seniors and $28 for youth under 27 years.
To book go to www.rpac.com.au, call 3829
8131 or visit the RPAC Box Office.
Former Seekers member Athol Guy will head
up a special "The Swinging Sixties and
Seekers Songbook" concert at Redland
Performing Arts Centre on July 4.
The concert is part of RPAC's popular Musical
Melodies concert series and will feature Athol
Guy of The Seekers and his musical friends, Buddy
England, Jenny Blake and Rod Hulls, who have
pooled their talents for this entertaining event.
This 90-minute show complete with historic
1960s video footage and other rare musical clips
featuring The Seekers' journey, is a compelling
and nostalgic statement about how music over
the generations shaped and influenced our lives.
As four individual -- Athol, Buddy, Jenny and
Rod -- have enjoyed worldwide success. Athol
with his extraordinary career with The Seekers;
Buddy as a local 1960s pop icon and with ongoing
musical success, latterly recapturing the moods
of Sinatra, Bobby Darren and others in concert
and cabaret; and Jenny and Rod, who as
"Harmony Plus" have had great success
performing in the best hotels and cabaret spots in
Japan, Europe and the Middle East.
You can see Athol Guy and Friends at the RPAC
concert hall on Sunday, July 4, at 2pm, Make it a
friends and family event by taking advantage of
the special "seniors and pensioner" group
booking price of $13 limited. Tickets are $15 for
seniors and pensioners and full price is $20;
groups of 10 or more seniors and pensioners $13.
To book, contact the RPAC Box Office on 3829
8131, visit www.rpac.com.au or purchase at the
Box Office, 2-16 Middle Street, Cleveland.
SHORTER+SWEETER will tempt audiences
with nine of the most delicious short plays
in Australia in one exhilarating performance.
The Swinging Sixties and Seekers Songbook
d'fine Redland Lifestyle Magazine has a
double pass to one of the two shows to
giveaway to a raeder. To be in the draw: send
an email to competition.dfine@
ruralpress.com with 'shorter sweeter' in the
subject line. Include your name, address and
daytime telephone number in the body of the
message. Entries close on June 30.
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