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Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Tipping should be one of those no-brainer things. Tack on somewhere between 15 to 20 percent, and (generally) everyone's happy. But in the beauty world it gets a little more complicated...and awkward. A trip to the salon means not only a haircut, but a shampoo and a blowout -- sometimes by three separate people. Thus all deserve, though not equally, some form of tip. And what about those services that require a little more time and, well, care? Like bikini waxes.
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SARAH KENNEDY | WHAT'S YOUR SNEAKER AGE?
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CATOR SPARKS | ATTENTION LUXURY LEATHER BRANDS (THAT'S YOU TOO, HERMèS) -- SHOW US YOUR HIDE!
I look forward to running around town and country this winter with my new deer hide bag knowing exactly where it came from, the process it took to get it to its present state and the fact that that beautiful stag lived a serene life way up in the foggy, chilly, windy and romantic Scottish Highlands.
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