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Girl, it’s time to get your nails did!

The state of your nails portrays an image. And the chipped-I-just-came-from-the-trailer-park just isn’t a good look. The quest for long lasting nail polish that won’t leave your nails shredded seems like an endless crusade. Well, Rita (Medulla & Co’s resident esthetician) has got your back… err, your hands. She’s brought you Orly nail polish with it’s almost otherworldly offering of polishes to get your glam on. BUT unique to Orly is the Breathable Polish collection with new advanced oxygen technology to let your nails breathe. It’s two part action is the ideal solution for busted nails – particularly entering this Holiday season. It’s nourishing treatments heal the nail and the advanced oxygen technology allows the polish to breath for longer lasting wear. Plus, it’s easy on the nails, not like gel or shellac applications which leave your nails wanting a little TLC. Check out this vid from Orly! It says it all.

Then call 416.922.0112 to get yourself booked in with Rita for a nail makeover at Medulla & Co. Yorkville – STAT!

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Haven’t heard of upcycling? It’s the trend of reusing materials to craft something completely unique. Thanks to Toronto’s Redwood Classics Apparel and Preloved, the trend is more affordable than ever to put under your tree for 2016.

Meticulously constructed with curated vintage fabrics and Redwood Classics Apparel’s incomparable fleece, the RW x Preloved Ugly Holiday Collection is back with version 2.0, featuring mittens, scarves and holiday stockings.

Designed to mitigate waste, sustain a domestically produced ecosystem and tell a story, these beauties are available in Harvest Red and Park Green for the holidays while quantities last. Plus, they’re perfect gifts for all the little – and big – boys and girls. That’s right: this is an all-ages gift.

Order now to guarantee delivery by December 5, 2016! For more information, or to place an order, contact info@redwoodclassics.net today.

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Kathy Cheng, President of Toronto’s Redwood Classics Apparel, was recently asked by The Globe and Mail: are entrepreneurial pitch competitions a waste of time?

For Cheng, an alum of the EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women Program, the answer is clear. Winning the EY contest offered opportunities for mainstream publicity, as well as exposure to financial and marketing pros, education and mentors that have helped to scale her company. For other entrepreneurs the prize might be a much-needed infusion of cash, or simply the boost that publicity can bring.

Cheng, along with other successful entrepreneurs, explain in The Globe and Mail the eight key ways that you can get your business noticed in competitions – and gain some all-important exposure to help you grow.

Read the full piece here.

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