People with coloured hair need to take extra care during summer as there is a possibility of the colour fading faster, says experts. Here are a few tips by experts for coloured hair during summer: Choose hair care products made especially for colour treated hair eg. colour safe shampoo and conditioner, use serum or live-in conditioner with SPF and UV protection specially for coloured hair. Try to avoid exposing your hair to direct sunlight as much as possible as it may fade your hair colour. You can cover it up with a cool scarf or a cap. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfAlso use a wide-tooth comb to avoid breakage. If you have colour-treated hair or chemically processed damaged hair, a sulphate free shampoo is a lot gentler. Curly, frizzy hair retains a lot more moisture with a sulphate free shampoo. Other shampoos that have sulphates can strip the hair and scalp of its natural oils and make it dry. If you have dry, flaky scalp opt for regular hot oil massages. Leave the oil in for 40 minutes and wash off. Eat iron and calcium rich foods. Ensure you are eating enough protein. Minimise stress. Get a good eight hours sleep every day.
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: D.M In its 15th year Qantas Holidays has once again impressed their National High Achievers, hosting 150 of their top performers to a rollercoaster week of activities in Malaysia, ending with a gala night in Sabah which included a special show by Aussie sensation, Tina Arena. The festivity, overseen by Emcee Brendan Moar, also marked the launch of Qantas Holidays “500 Club”, providing additional recognition for agents who achieve over half a million in sales during the year. These agents will also receive dedicated sales support teams, additional privileges and bonus trip loyalty reward points. “We recognise everyone’s success tonight and Qantas Holidays is committed to the achievers club and the benefits it provides you. Over the past 12 months, we will look at expanding these rewards across new areas such as ski, Newman Holidays, greater allocation and rates,” Group General Manager, Wholesale, Simon Bernardi said. Mr Bernardi said the company was committed and proactive in ensuring pricing remained competitive, to ensure agents were able to offer the best rates possible. The event also doubled as a bittersweet farewell for long time National Industry Sales Manager, Bettina Barker, who will move into a new role at Qantas Airways in coming weeks. “This is my chance to say goodbye in style. I’ve loved the company and the many new exciting parts of this business, and is proud and honoured to be part of your journey,” Ms Barker said.Ms Barker was also the recipient of this year’s John Harvey Award, presented by Managing Director, David Rivers.Qantas Holidays and Viva! Holidays Global Achievers 2010 (Click here to view photo gallery)National Consultant of the Year: Sarah Phillis, Platinum EscapeOnline Booking Award: Sarah Phillis, Platinum EscapeGroup Sales Booking Award: Luke Mule, Jetset MorleyHighest Revenue Producers per State:ACT: Jenny Cooper, Quenbeyan City Travel & CruiseNSW: Karen Hamilton, Elite TravelNT: Glen Bull, Harvey World Travel DarwinQLD: Lorraine McLoughlin, Harvey World Travel AshmoreSA: Sarah Phillis, Platinum EscapeTAS: Matt Paine, Harvey World Travel Brisbane Street, LauncestonVIC: Sarah Gott, Harvey World Travel ReservoirWA: Bada Payne, Jetset Morley read more