Why it’s So Important to Support Your Local Female Creatives

Visiting the Andy Warhol and Guerrilla Girls display at the Tate Modern a few weeks ago fueled my desire to write this post. In a 1989 artwork by the Guerrilla Girls that depicts inequality within the Met. Museum, a bold design is presented with text that reads, “Less than 5% of the artists in the …

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On Wednesdays We Wear Red

  During the final presidential debate last October, Donald Trump raised his index finger, shook his peroxide bouffant and muttered the words “such a nasty woman” into his microphone. Never in his wildest dreams could he have imagined the backlash that would occur from the five-letter slur he used to describe Hilary Clinton. As if …

Seven Bloggers Changing Scotland’s Creative Scene

When thinking of Scotland’s national treasures many things may come to mind, tartan trews, Lorraine Kelly and a leisurely game of golf to name a few. Understandably, an up-and-coming creative community of bloggers may not stick out as a landmark of modern Scottish culture. However its internet dwellers are cultivating a cool movement and decorating …

EdinBeauty Trend Report Podcast | SS16

  Join us for our first EdinBeauty Trend Report podcast! Jennifer Frame talks beauty, fashion and the power of social media with Edinburgh based influencers. In this episode we cover topics surrounding up-and-coming makeup and hair trends for the Spring/Summer and how they can be incorporated into our every day style.     https://soundcloud.com/edinbeauty/trend-report-ss16 A special thank you to …

10 Things I Learned from an Evening with Sam McKnight

  On Monday night, hairdressing legend Sam McKnight returned to his Scottish roots, when he attended an intimate #The Coterie session with journalist and BeautyMART co-founder Anna-Marie Solowij in Edinburgh’s Dovecot studios. Hosted by Creative HEAD magazine, Sam shared detailed stories and coinciding photography from some of the most iconic moments in his forty-year career with …