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Having wavy, coily or curly hair can be annoying when looking for the right products to wash our hair without any damage or ruin. Global sustainable beauty pioneer, Ethique, has released two new concentrated bars scientifically formulated for wavy, curly and coily hair: curliosity sold conditioner

Photography Aimee Magne Make your morning smoothie using top-quality Kiwi Kai from local producers.One positive spinoff of living in a world where Covid is in existence is that it has reminded us to shop local and support Kiwi products whenever we can. But they’ve got to be

MADE IN PARTNERSHIP WITH GOOD AND BIOLOGI.This Winter season, it’s important to keep your epidermal skin barrier protected and nourished. This protective barrier stops pathogens, acts to immune response, stoping moisture and liquids from escaping and helps with UV exposure. This barrier can be easily disturbed

Waiorongomai Valley offers myriad tramping tracks including the historic Butler’s Incline. Step back in time and follow pack tracks and old tramlines from the Waikato’s gold mining days in Waiorongomai Valley. The former gold mining area, located in Kaimai Mamaku Conservation Park, offers up several tracks and

Restaurant Month 2021 returns more world-class than ever before! Viv Beck, Heart of the City Chief Executive, says, “The chefs and restaurant talent we have right here in Auckland’s city centre are of superb international quality. Chefs like The Lodge Bar & Dining’s Matt Lambert, La

Sustainable fashion brand Kowtow will appear on the New Zealand Fashion Week schedule this august to host an enlightening conversation between three of the country’s most innovative fashion and beauty entrepreneurs.Gosia Piatek, founder of Kowtow, will sit down with luxury skincare entrepreneur Emma Lewisham and

At the Auckland Food Show, the NEFF Cooking Theatre is the show’s pièce de résistance with some of the country’s best-known chefs drawing the crowds to their live demonstrations. With tips and tricks, find out what’s cooking from the likes of Annabelle White, Nicola Galloway,

In the mid-seventies a seed was planted, a vision to create a market garden known as Common Property, growing organic vegetables to connect young and marginalised people with the land. Ten years into their initiative, their farm was producing more vegetables than the collective of families

Photography Amanda Reelick We’ve all had that much-loved cardigan or favourite pair of jeans we’ve been reluctant to toss even though they’ve gone into holes. Teach yourself a few basic hand-sewing stitches and you can make simple repairs on clothes that have holes, stains, or other

With travel to Asia off the table for now, SkyCity Auckland is excited to bring Beijing to you with HuamiX, an immersive cultural experience partnered with Chinese Cuisine. Concept creator, Huami restaurant manager, Daisy Ding, says she's proud to bring something so special from her

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