02/5Henna to the rescue! We're sure you already know that henna can be used to colour your hair. In fact, you might have even seen your mum and grandmum use it. You need to mix half a cup of henna powder with 1/4 cup of water. Stir until a thick paste is formed. Use a brush to apply the henna from the roots of your hair to the tips. Cover your hair in a shower cap and let it sit for 4-6 hours. Wash your hair with water and apply some conditioner. … [Read more...] about Did you know you could use these natural ingredients to colour your hair?
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Naturally, one of the most common questions I get asked is "Do you like being in politics?" - - to which I usually give a tidy answer: It's a challenge, but yes I do. The long answer is: I liken it to parenthood. You can theorize and observe in others what it might be like and how you might act as a parent, but all of it goes out the window once you become a parent and you live it to see how complicated and hard it really is to do well! … [Read more...] about A Politician Candidly Answers Your Top Five Questions
All anybody expected — or wanted — from “Thank U, Next” was a little petty late-night celebrity shade. Nobody was asking Ariana Grande to drop a grand personal statement, let alone a ballad this resonant. But it turned out to be Ariana’s Plastic Ono Band — what is John Lennon’s “God” but his “Thank U, Next” to the other Beatles? (Paul taught him love, George taught him patience, Ringo taught him pain.) This damn song has made me miss my G-train stop more than once, over an eerie synth loop sampled from Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto. (From his David Bowie movie soundtrack, no less.) I don’t really care about her celeb exes, but I heard this and caught my breath: “She met someone else? And her name is Ari? She’s learning to love herself? Which is the greatest love of all?” It could have — maybe should have — been trivial and cheap, but instead it’s a pop smash that tells … [Read more...] about Rob Sheffield’s Top 25 Songs of 2018