What you probably didn’t know about Bungle Bungle range

by Sonja Mitchell on 28-04-2017 05:34PM in Lifestyle

The park was formed more than 350 million years ago, during the Devonian period, and its sandstone domes are believed to be comprised of the sediment of an old riverbed. It is understood the gradual weathering and erosion of quartz sandstone rock led to the formation beehive-shaped cones thousands flock to see each year. Long before Europeans arrived in Australia, indigenous Australians settled in the region. The first aerial pictures were released in the early 80s - prior to the park was virtually unknownexcept to pastoralists, scientists and the local Aboriginal community.

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The Golden Rules of a Spray Tan: Tan Lovers Should Know

by Jodie Czeladka on 26-04-2017 05:10PM in Beauty

If you enjoy having a glorious golden tan, the chances are you have considered spray tans. However, you may have been discouraged by the unnatural orange or patchy tans you may have seen. Fortunately, if you follow the golden rules, you can ensure that you can enjoy a natural looking and golden tan.

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A Brief Guide to Shaving, Plucking or Waxing Before an Organic Spray Tan

by Jodie Czeladka on 26-04-2017 05:07PM in Beauty

Removing any hair is an important part of a great tan. If you want a flawless, natural looking tan, you will want to ensure that your skin is silky smooth. However, it is important that you time your plucking, waxing, and shaving before the tanning process for the best results.

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Before, During and After Your Spray Tan

by Jodie Czeladka on 26-04-2017 05:04PM in Beauty

If you want to make the most of your new tan, you should be aware of what you need to do before, during and after your spray tan appointment. Fortunately, the Secret Tanning team is on hand to provide you with expert advice and guidance for your spray tan. Secret Harbour tan lovers will find these tips invaluable for a flawless look.

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How to Get the Best Spray Tan Experience

by Jodie Czeladka on 26-04-2017 04:59PM in Beauty

If you are interested in getting a spray tan, you will find that there are many salons offering this type of service. However, if you want the best possible experience, there are a few things to look for when you are choosing your salon and tanning technician.

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Making Your Narrow Lot Home Feel Bigger

by Patrick Fox on 20-04-2017 05:27PM in Around the Home

We’ve all noticed the growth of narrow lot sites in Perth’s housing estates and whether we like them or not they are here to stay. Narrow lot home builders have been under pressure to create more designs suitable for these lots with tiny frontages and there are now hundreds or even thousands of designs to choose from.

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Tips On How To Repay A Mortgage Faster Australia

by Mark Taylor on 31-03-2017 07:41AM in Finance

Disadvantageous interest rates and schemes coupled with Poor money management are the ingredients that often have many people in a never ending cycle or mortgage repayments. However, it is possible to lighten the burden by making a few simple changes and doing some research.

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5 iPhone Apps to Help You Grow Your Small Business

by Rachel Jackosn on 27-03-2017 10:19PM in Business

Having an iPhone could be really useful for small business owners. Check out the 5 best iPhone apps for small business owners

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A Guide for Grey Colour Walls: Choosing the Perfect Schemes

by Tim Rechel on 27-03-2017 04:44PM in Around the Home

Grey is no longer considered to be a boring, dull or dark colour for your wall. In fact, playing around with multicolour schemes for a grey wall is the latest trend now. Don’t back away from choosing grey for your walls, this is a much better choice than the usual white, yellow or cream colour.

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Terrible DIY ‘Improvements’ that Devalue Your Home

by Anne Grobler on 24-03-2017 08:18PM in Around the Home

DIY improvements are a great and cheap way to increase the value of your home before you sell it. At least that's why the majority of homesellers think. However, poorly made improvements may in fact devalue your house, scaring off possible buyers. Below, we present 6 terrible DIY improvements that you should avoid as they will devalue your home

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