A very Happy New Year to you all! Here’s to a vegetable filled January as I currently believe I am made up of 45% cheese, 25% chocolate and 30% wine. First of all, thank you so much for all your custom throughout 2021 and we look forward to seeing you again in the coming year. We do have appointments available in January, so please call myself or Beth and we would be happy to help secure an appointment for you or book online at www.zeitgeisthair.com.
The new colour trends for 2022 are all about the blondes (hurrah!); mushroom blonde, platinum blonde, lilacs and pinks, so if you want to book a free consultation with our colourists Simone, Becky and Jane, please give us a call to arrange this for you.
The ‘boy bob’ is set to be the hottest trend for 2022 and as we have lots of Vidal Sassoon trained stylists at Zeitgeist Hair, what better place to come to achieve this new look as Vidal was the man who repopularised the iconic bob.
In product news, we have in stock some excellent value Bumble and Bumble collections; the Hydration Collection, The Volume Collection, The Repair and Collect Collection and the Curl Collection. For example, The Hydration Collection cost £25 but worth £38.75, which would be the cost of an invisible oil primer; contains an invisible oil primer, sachet of invisible oil shampoo and conditioner and masque.
Please ask for information on which collection would work the best for you. They also make brilliant gifts and would be a perfect addition to your present drawer.
In baking news, after a December of making Christmas cake, chocolate brownies, victoriasponges and caramel cake, I have an urge to make something that feels slightly healthier and this biscuit definitely fits that brief: https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/orange-oat-sultana-cookies
For those of you that like to cook seasonally, the following dish would make a great, comforting dish for these cold January evenings. https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/cheesy-celeriac-leek-rosemary-gratin
We would love to hear about any good recommendations you have for podcasts or books you may have enjoyed at Christmas. I have particularly enjoyed listening to Billy Connolly’s autobiography ‘Windswept and Interesting’; I have a lot of time for anyone who walked down the aisle to the Archer’s theme tune! We’d love to hear your recommendations so we can pass them onto others; we know you are a cultured lot and love hearing about what is inspiring you.
That’s all for now!
Anne – Reception