With Tina Cassaday, Beverley Hills celebrity hairstylist and colourist at Harvey Nichols today in the Beyond Beauty section at the UK launch of her brilliant new hair conditioning product Banana-Banana

With Tina Cassaday, Beverley Hills celebrity hairstylist and colourist at Harvey Nichols today in the Beyond Beauty section at the UK launch of her brilliant new hair conditioning product Banana-Banana. 
A blend of Banana pulp and liquid fruit extracts for intense conditioning.
Smells delicious! 
Feels great even on the skin too.
Coincidence that my sweater was matching the product! 
@harveynichols 
@tinacassadaybh 
@tinacassaday

A blend of Banana pulp and liquid fruit extracts for intense conditioning.
Smells delicious!
Feels great even on the skin too.
Coincidence that my sweater was matching the product!
@harveynichols
@tinacassadaybh
@tinacassaday

A change from diet and exercise posts with Sunday culture and a visit to Charles 1 Kingandcollector exhibition @royalacademyart A unique and never before seen collection of Old Masters showing Charles 1 extraordinary patronage of the arts during his rocky reign before he was finally executed

A change from diet and exercise posts with Sunday culture and a visit to Charles 1 Kingandcollector exhibition @royalacademyart

A unique and never before seen collection of Old Masters showing Charles 1 extraordinary patronage of the arts during his rocky reign before he was finally executed . A fascinating insight into the King's court and family and often progaganda of personal power through his commissioned portraits.
King Charles I amassed one of the most extraordinary art collections of his age, acquiring works by some of the finest artists of the past – Titian, Mantegna, Holbein, Dürer – and commissioning leading contemporary artists such as Van Dyck and Rubens.
A fascinating insight into the King’s court and family and often progaganda of personal power through his commissioned portraits.
King Charles I amassed one of the most extraordinary art collections of his age, acquiring works by some of the finest artists of the past – Titian, Mantegna, Holbein, Dürer – and commissioning leading contemporary artists such as Van Dyck and Rubens.