GLAM­OUR con­fi­den­tial

Chic and savvy

Glamour (South Africa) - - Front Page - Pn­ina Fen­ster, editor

It might not have seemed amaz­ing at the time, but there were great ben­e­fits to hav­ing par­ents who were eco-con­scious be­fore eco-con­scious­ness was a thing, and into vin­tage col­lectibles when they were still called ‘sec­ond hand’. Other peo­ple might have laughed when we kids washed our sand­wich bags and hung them on the line to dry (thanks, Mom), but those early ex­pe­ri­ences brought valu­able lessons, in­clud­ing the abil­ity to find pre­cious things in less-than-pre­cious places and the eter­nal joys of the sale rail. And that’s what you’ll find run­ning through this is­sue – ideas, tips and luxe-for-less in­spi­ra­tion at every turn. You don’t have to wash and re­use your sand­wich bags (although it’s still a pretty good idea), but in these fi­nan­cially try­ing times, who doesn’t need help in stay­ing smart, stylish and sol­vent as we –

Live the life. Fill it with GLAM­OUR!

“I add ground cof­fee to my body wash for a skin-smooth­ing ex­fo­lia­tor.” – Halle Berry “I brush my teeth with bi­car­bon­ate of soda to keep them white.” – Ju­lia Roberts

“I put a towel over my head, and steam over a pot of hot wa­ter and thyme for 30 min­utes. Good­bye, skin im­pu­ri­ties!” – Holly Robin­son Peete

“I make a face scrub with honey and rice our. And I put co­conut oil in my hair be­fore bed.”– Priyanka Cho­pra

“I start my day with warm wa­ter, honey and le­mon juice. It boosts en­ergy and aids di­ges­tion.” – Sonam Kapoor

“I put oil or may­on­naise on the ends of my hair be­fore show­er­ing to prevent dry­ness when I sham­poo.” – Blake Lively

“I use an eye­lash curler. It re­ally makes your eyes pop.” – Ciara

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