Hello again, hope you will all be able to read this blog through your very, long fringes! A perfect time to get creative with hairclips and headscarves or watch Karen’s post on our Facebook page for a step by step guide to cutting your own fringe.
After the governments announcement, last week, we now know we will be closed for a few more weeks, lets hope that our doors will be back open asap. To let you know, online booking is still available, if you would like to plan ahead. Obviously we will only be cutting and colouring hair when we are advised that it is safe to do so.
We hope you are all well and staying safe and have had the chance to enjoy this glorious sunshine and a spot of gardening or walking in our beautiful countryside. For those who are getting the chance to develop their baking skills, why not have a go at making these anzac biscuitshttps://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/anzac-biscuits. They are an easy bake to make and go perfectly with a cup of tea, they contain coconut, so if you sit in the sunshine and close your eyes whist you are eating one you could pretend you are in the Caribbean!
In product news, if you are running out of your favourite Bumble and bumble product; remember you can email me at zeitgeisthair.com and I can send it out for you.
Mel has recommended the following audio books, if you are wanting to make changes to your home or your fitness regime; ‘The Minimalist Home’ by Joshua Becker and David Goggin’s ‘Can’t hurt me.’ If anyone has any recommendations of great books they have read please let us know by emailing zeitgeisthair.com and we can include themin our next blogs.
And as is now customary, I shall leave with a quote from Winnie the Pooh ‘ I think we dream so we don’t have to be apart for so long. If we’re in each other’s dreams, we can be together all the time.’
Debbie and the Zeitgeist Team