This week was a rude reminder never to get complacent when the weather is good in August. If you’re trudging into the weekend with a serious case of Friday blues, then it’s time to perk yourself up with some weekend treats- all in the name of self-care of course! At Remix we have rounded up the best products, treatments and experiences to get you out of your winter rut.
We are loving the bold new showstoppers from 5th Symphony, The latest collection from Cathy Pope. Each piece flaunts industrial chic without compromising elegance and timelessness. The range is sharp, architectural and is giving us some serious modern warrior women vibes. We can’t get enough of the fearless confidence of the Brushed Gold Hoops, a structural statement earring sure to turn heads.
Olaplex are revered in the industry for their leading Bond Building chemistry that has customers and experts alike extol their praises. Their latest products; Olaplex No. 4 Bond Maintenance Shampoo and No. 5 Conditioner were finally launched in Melbourne last month, and here at Remix we can’t wait to get our hands on them. The duo is designed to be used in conjunction with the No. 3 Hair Perfector Treatment to repair and hydrate. The impressive formula is vegan, as well as sulphate and paraben free, and champions only the highest quality essential vitamins, natural oils, and fruit extracts. If you’ve had a bad case of limp locks this winter, this set is a must have for all hair types ad textures. Top tip from the Remix team: for some serious nourishing, don’t wash out the No. 3 treatment…seriously, you’ll thank us.
No matter where the day takes you, Timberland FlyRoam Chill Chukka are built to keep you light on your feet. The progressive Aerocore™ energy system designed by, and exclusive to Timberland make for high rebound cushioning and comfort in every step, this shoe is a must have for urban explorers.
Air drying in the winter months is a recipe for wilted locks. The latest GHD Air halves the drying time of other blow-dryers with a professional strength motor, and the advanced ionic technology zaps that halo of baby-hairs that you just can’t seem to get rid off. We are loving the pearlescent pink accents and best of all, $10 from every dryer goes towards the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.
Seasonal seafood and stunning harbour views at Fish restaurant are our pick for the best dining experience this weekend. The menu is designed to delight, and nothing screams self care more than pairing exquisite seafood with hand-selected wine. We’ve been craving a generous helping of the sublime crayfish mac-and-cheese with mornay sauce, fresh herb and pancetta crumb. Even fussy eaters have to concede this dish is a game-changer.