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5 Winter Grooming Mistakes Men Need To Fix
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Dunhill Icon is understated enough not to offend in the office, but its black pepper, oud and leather notes will emerge even from beneath a cable knit sweater, scarf and overcoat.
Not Giving Yourself A Hand
Even if you’ve gone full roll neck and pea coat, exposed hands will turn your look from Serge Gainsbourg to trawlerman. “A healthy nail should be around 18 per cent moisture,” says manicurist. Switching between hot and cold environments dries your nails out, so they’re more prone to cracks.
Gloves help – especially if they’re cashmere-lined, like Dents’ – but hydration’s better. File your nails to seal the edges after trimming, says Denny, and moisturise daily. “To combat the dehydration that is often the root cause of damaged nails, massage Hydra Flex Treatment Serum in before bed.”
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Coupling Summer Hair With A Winter Wardrobe
That architectural hairstyle is quick to surrender when besieged by the elements. To avoid a drowned rat ‘do, simplify to something that can be easily reworked. “You need to set hair free from heavily greased styles,” . “Textured hair supporting lots of movement is perfect for winter as it isn’t too disrupted by drizzle.” Think David Beckham’s tousled locks over the Sam Smith quiff.
You need to mix up your products, too. “A lightly textured style requires a medium hold,”. Heavy waxes or gels turn to grease in the rain so your hair dries clumpy. Pick something with less weight instead, like men-ü Liquiflex. “It disperses easily through your hair and is practically weightless, but still thickens and gives volume.” Just blast under the hand dryer if you’re caught on your commute.
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Keeping a lid on rising health costs
After 17 months on life support, the GP co-payment finally died and was “burned and cremated” in March. Just as well; while the co-payment mark II was reduced to A$5, non-concession patients may have ended end up paying a A$30 more, according to Grattan Institute analysis.
The Coalition tried to justify its failed GP co-payment as an attempt to rein in consumers, who were driving the increase in Medicare costs. But it turns out government policy was mostly to blame.
As Stephen Duckett wrote in November:
The co-payment proposal sank like a lead balloon partly because it was seen as inefficient and unfair, but also because the public didn’t have any ownership of the “problem” the changes sought to address.
However, the freeze on GP fees remains, some of which may be passed on to consumers.
An analysis by the Sydney’s researchers shows that freezing GP earnings until 2017-18 equates to a 7.1% cut in real terms. Assuming this cut is passed on to non-concesssional patients, each visit would cost around A$8 more.
Most experts agree the key to a more sustainable health system is to better coordinate the care of the sick and elderly who use a disproportionate amount of health care. Just 12.5% of the population account for 41% of costs, and older people are using more and more health services.
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