Monday, 20 June 2011

Hair Extensions - a 'growing' business?

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hairbycharlotteemma.com
Adding to the weddings and special occasions theme from last month, we now add a splash of glamour for ladies (and men - why not?!) who can't wait for their hair to grow or whose hair simply won't grow as long as they would like it.

Charlotte Emma runs a small business, providing a quality hair extensions service for clients in London and Essex, her website includes information on how to care for your longer hair (hover the cursor over each FAQ to reveal the answers).

For longer hair for yourself or as a gift, Charlotte Emma has a talent for providing natural looking longer hair for her clients, as can be seen in her portfolio. Take a look today.

Thursday, 9 June 2011

Fastnet Telescopic Folding Trout Nets

... are proving to be popular products in the Fish-tastic store this year.

This ‘Telescopic Folding Trout Net’ is good value and good quality. If you have restricted storage space but would like some extra reach, this excellent accessory will soon become essential for your fishing trips. Every angler should have one!

The shaft extension can be 'locked/unlocked' with a simple grip and twist action then the net can be flipped open with one hand, ready for use.

View this, quality fly fishing tackle and other fly fishing equipment at the Fish-tastic online shop.

Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Are you interested in the Arts?

Valerie Dalton has been running History of Art courses for many years. There are three courses each year covering various aspects of art.

Lectures are held at the Linnean Society, Burlington House, and of a very high standard. Lecturers hold established positions in the world of fine art, including:
  • Head of Education at the National Gallery;
  • Head of Classical Studies at Sotherby's;
  • Senior Lecturer at Christies Education;
  • Senior Lecturer at Sotherby's Education;
  • Lecturer at the National Gallery and Tate Galleries.
ASPECTS of ART courses are in Piccadilly in London's West End, with easy access to the Royal Academy, National Gallery, Tate galleries, British Museum, the V & A and Courtauld Institute, to name a few.

Visit www.AspectsOfArt.co.uk to see current history of art courses for Autumn, early Spring and late Spring. You can contact Valerie for further information and there is an enrolment form sign up for any or all of the courses.