The McGrath Foundation raises money to place breast care nurses around Australia so that women being treated for breast cancer and their families have someone to understand what they’re going through and help them every step of the way. Each nurse costs the foundation $100,000 per year, with a 3 year commitment required for each placement. Continue reading
Who of you with your hand up went to the Aroma Festival at the Rocks on Sunday? Wasn’t it fabulous…and because it was spread out so far around the Rocks area you even got to build up an appetite between the Rocky Road, the Fairtrade Chocolate and the Cupcakes. Oh, but we were there for the coffee, lets not forget about that. Brilliant to see so much Fairtrade coffee being offered.
I’m still a massive fan of Toby’s Estate Continue reading
We spent Sunday doing some more Cinderella product shots for the website, Peta (our gorgeous model and dear friend) was such a good sport, even when Kelly put enough make-up on her to make even Barbara Cartland jealous, she still managed to keep smiling.
The bar staff at the Glenmore Hotel were looking a little concerned when we set up camp for the afternoon with make-up artists & costume changes. This was my favourite shot of the day for the Cinderella Slap & Tickle Bathroom Cleaner. We all really enjoyed the afternoon, it was fun being out doing girl stuff together. We’re at it again next weekend…can’t wait!
Tell us if you have any ideas for products shots, better still, take your own and send them to us and we’ll post them here on the blog. Come on girls, have some fun!
Photo credits: Geraldine Mills
Hills News 11th July 2007
Written by Cerise Burgess
Picture by Natasha Paes
When Lesley-Ann Trow of Baulkham Hills suffered eczema as a child, she never thought it would lead to a thriving business when she grew up.
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Before you get too excited ladies, this isn’t a post about outsourcing your household cleaning.
In the April edition of ‘Beauty & Brains’ Bex Gold, creator of Cinderella household cleaning products gave a great introduction on how using conventional cleaning products can actually make your home a more toxic environment. Allergy and asthma suffers need not panic, there are alternatives, plant-based cleaning products contain no toxic elements. So, in continuing with the Gorgeous Things mantra of knowledge is power, let’s explore this subject further. Continue reading
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