Does grey hair make you think of wisdom or boredom? Are you glad to be a grey-haired granny or are you a daring dyed-hair diva? Whether you love it or lament it, fashion expert Penelope Whiteley has advice for grey-haired gals over 50. Enjoy the show!
Do you like to be compared to fruit? Or a geometric form? How do you feel when you hear “pear shaped” or “rectangle”? It doesn’t exactly instill positive feelings.
We have seen many fashion trends come and go, but vintage seems to come back again and again. Join us in discussion with style blogger Mel Kobayashi who has some great vintage clothes to show us. Enjoy the show!
As I begin to write, I have just lifted my eyes from the inspiring kind of fashion magazine that has gorgeous leggy young women in good lighting, with expert makeup and wearing fabulous clothes with mortgage repayment price tags. Inspiring? I’ll get back to you on that.
Sometimes we aren’t aware of the specific purpose of a makeup product. So how do we decide whether it’s good for us? Join us in discussion with makeup professional Ariane Poole, who reveals the different benefits of BB and CC creams. Enjoy the show.
Years ago, there was a guy who lived at a halfway house down the street from a friend of mine. He had some quirky habits but was known to be a very cheerful character.
Over the decades, our hair, like our skin, suffers a sea-change. I’m not just talking about the trials and tribulations sometimes associated with going grey – his is covered in depth in my book Grey Hair & You.
Greying hair is one of the woes of aging. What are some ways to treat your hair that will make you look younger? Join us in discussion with style and fashion specialist Penelope Whiteley who has some great ideas to share. Enjoy the show!
Fashion can be so universal, but style is personal. If you’re afraid to express your style, there’s a solution. Join us in conversation with style blogger Mel Kobayashi, who is such a great inspiration. Enjoy the show!
Oldushka is a fascinating name for a modeling agency for older adults. It’s a funny blend of English and Russian that you would really only “get” if you had lived in both Russia and the West for some of your life.