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  Upon entering Yu Massage off of Huang Pi Bei Lu near People’s Square we were instantly transported out of the hustle of the city and into a quiet retreat. Ascending the stairs, we felt we wer...

The first few months of the new year often translate into being overworked and overscheduled. Coupled with the cold Shanghai weather, it’s no wonder it can be one of the most stressful times of ye...

Harsh temperatures, water and air quality and other environmental factors can wreak havoc on your body. Short term, this may not have a notable influence, but a combination of these factors can have an impact on your body’s daily function and appearance over time – and hair is no exception. Combine this with an impending trip to a local hair salon, and you’ve got a problem. But fear not! Allow us to guide you through the art of hair care in China. ...

We’ve all heard the term “better get some beau...

Time is a premium for busy women in Shanghai, so an efficient beauty regime can make-or-break your ...

No matter how hard you try in the makeup or fashion department, there’s only one sure way to look beautiful: from the inside out. Great food rejuvenates and repairs the body, proving that a healthy diet really does benefit our beauty regime. Our shampoo, lotions and potions can only do so much – the rest has to come from within.   The good news: eating your way to beauty doesn’t have to be boring or bland. What's that? Eat delicious things to look great? Go on then, if we must. ...

With the festive season over until Chinese New Year, it’s time to look ahead to what lies in stor...

Finding the right hairdresser anywhere in the world who understands you and your hair is like gold dust! So important in fact, that some people even time their trips abroad to coincide with when they need to get their roots done. If that's not your MO, you'll need to find a trusted hairdresser he...

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