After opening four stores in Singapore, cosmetics company Lush is set to open their flagship Singapore shop at VivoCity on 1 September. Occupying 107 sq m at basement one of VivoCity (B1-04), the VivoCity store will be the largest Lush shop in Singapore.
Take a break from planning your spooky Halloween ensemble, because Lush just dropped a frighteningly cool collection of bath products.
A luxury massage bar is to blame for the weird phenomenon, which sounds like the beginning of an epic sci-fi invasion movie.
These 10 dry shampoos will save your hair. Batiste Dry Shampoo ($8) This lightweight formula adds volume and revives greasy hair without weighing down your locks. Klorane Dry Shampoo ($20) Klorane Dry Shampoo is a Parisian pharmacy staple. Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray ($42) While technically not a dry shampoo, this texturizing spray has a cult-like following for perking up and adding volume to second-day hair. R Co Death Valley Dry Shampoo ($17) If you’re looking to get rid of excess oil and add texture to your hair, this is the dry shampoo for you.
Lush, a cosmetics company known for their bath bombs and body butters, is being asked to remove a body-positive advertisement for being offensive and pornographic. The campaign features four nude women with their backs to a white wall that’s covered in graffiti with the words “We prefer to go naked like over 100 of our products.” The poster, which was featured in multiple places in a mall in Australia, received multiple complaints to the Advertising Standards Bureau.
If you wouldn’t eat something because of all the preservatives and stabilizers listed on the label, why would you slather it onto your skin? Food-grade products are categorized as safe enough to eat, full of the kind of recognizable—and pronounceable—ingredients you know to look for in your diet. Definitions for “all-natural” and “organic” can be blurry, but food-grade?