beauty rituals of a childhood past

As a kid who grew up before the dawn of technology in the ’80s, summer afternoons were my favourite. I’d get back from school to find my grandmother concocting a hair oil on an open fire in our backyard. It would take her a few hours to get it to the consistency and potency of her liking. I’d often give her company, perched on a branch of a large custard apple tree, reading my favourite Enid Blyton.

From a very young age, my

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