Archive for September 18, 2015

Parfilm! – Perfume and the Movies

After legendary director Stanley Kubrick (2001, Clockwork Orange, The Shining!) read the book Das Parfum (1985) by Patrick Süskind, he concluded that this was an "unfilmable novel." In 2006, Tom Tykwer (Run Lola Run, 1998) accepted the challenge and showed the world that the combination of perfume and film is a winner! Another move that brought together the worlds of film and fragrance is the black-and-white classic "The Women" with Joan Crawford, which is based in a perfume shop. In this case it was a film inspired by perfume and the art of making it, but there are also perfumes

8 Straight Facts About Hair

Let's be straight - this list won't help you to get healthier or shinier hair. But hair is more than curls, knots and volume - here are 8 crazy facts about hair we're quite sure you've never heard before! 1) Demonstration hair At the start of the 1900's, women all over the world fought for civil rights, including the right to vote. In America, this was partly done through modest demonstration. The women would tie their hair up in a loose bun on top of their heads. This was so that loose hairs would casually fall down, which was seen