GoodLife: Peninsula Style, Issue 40, Page 106 (transcription)

From New York to the Peninsula 6 WAyS TO Up DATE yOUR LOOk 106 good life, may -june, july 2011 AtStJohn ofGod HealthCare we value Hospitality Compassion Justice Respect Excellence 1 Fashion Trend Clothes Denim on top florals pastels blazers tribal print lace nautical denim cut offs cat-eye sunglasses trench coats camel and nude colours white 2 Hair Trend Hair extensions Selena Gomez, Hillary Duff and Ke ha have been spotted rockin feather hair extensions.
Forget the crazy hats the feathers are the latest trend in New York and Hollywood.
HOT Z may are just waiting on our delivery 3 Hair Trend The groomed, messy look It s a careless look, but it s certainly not careless The hair is easy, but there s work involved in getting it to look this good.
Hot tip make sure you load the hair up with REDKEN Touch Control on wet hair, then add another load onto dry hair and redry until the texture is almost gritty.
Finish with REDKEN Wax Blast.
And DON T use hair spray.
4 Hair Trend Fashion Week brought out some wild hairstyles It was all about pony tails and braids.
Have some fun and weave some fabric into your finished hairstyle.
Gold hair spray on sleek finishes is SOooo cool think 90s grunge.
Braids are either sharp and angular, or tousled and soft, and art deco hair clips were all the rage.
5 Hair Trend Subtle highlights Brighten up your colour with subtle, shiny highlights.
The metallic trend from the spring runways will also be huge for hair this season.
Dark chestnut shades with hints of shimmery gold threads NOT stripes or solid splices.
Africans Treasure Our pre-Loved Uniforms image by Amber Gardener - Naturalight Photography 6 Trend Make up Bright was big Look in the mirror and ask yourself, What do I want to enhance today If you choose your eyes, make them bold Try the purples and greens in the 100 natural and vegan INIKA range.
If you normally suffer allergic reactions from coloured make-up products, you will love INIKA because the entire range is all natural.
Or, if you prefer to enhance your lips, punchy bright pouts are the favourite this season.
Another hot tip, this time from our make-up artist, Victoria line the lip first but use a nude colour NOT a matching shade.
If you have a special occasion coming up, try getting your foundation airbrushed on.
The finish is absolutely flawless and natural.
Oh, I am SOooo glad that I was born a girl Have fun.
-Lorna Zumay - Myer Frankston Mornington 5977 0711 At St John of God Nepean Rehabilitation Hospital in Frankston, we love recycling.
Environmental responsibility is considered part of the healing mission of our parent organisation, St John of God Health Care, and that means being a good steward of our planet s resources.
So when our workforce switched over to new uniforms earlier this year, we looked for ways to utilise the old ones.
Complete outfits for over 230 staff members, including 100-plus nurses and 40 allied health professionals - physiotherapists, occupational therapists etc - would amount to a lot of landfill if they were just thrown in the bin.
Instead, our old uniforms are winging their way to Africa, in an environmentally sound and ethical solution which also benefits the broader global community.
Through this initiative, St John of God Nepean Rehabilitation Hospital and two of its sister hospitals, St John of God Berwick and St John of God Pinelodge Clinic, are reaching out to the Marafiki Community in Kenya, an organisation which supports over 500 African families living as Internally Displaced Communities at camps in Maai Mahiu.
Many of these children and families are innocent civilians who have been living in tents since the 2007 election which ended in over 500,000 families being forced from their homes, said Melissa Carstens, St John of God sustainability advisor.
The Marafiki Community is planning for the development of a fully operational medical clinic to provide these families with access to the medical advice and treatment they would otherwise not receive.
Clinic staff will wear St John of God s uniforms so they can look more professional.
Remaining uniforms not required by the clinic will be donated to nearby hospitals.
Melissa said St John of God caregivers are pleased that their trash will be another community s treasure.
We feel good about donating our pre-loved uniforms to Kenya as the initiative will certainly benefit our environment and those less advantaged.
Pictured Above St John of God caregivers in their new uniforms

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