The eco-friendly tag helps yoga wear company Touch The Toes keep its customers, says co-founder Eliza Inoue, Close to half of the home-grown multi-label store's customers are returning shoppers. Ms Inoue, a Singapore permanent resident who has been living here since she was eight, says people are initially attracted to Touch The Toes' vibrant designs and wide variety of yoga wear. Plus, if the designs are nice, why not keep supporting the brand? The store, which sells yoga attire from 21 labels worldwide, opened in Arab Street in with a space that was about sq ft. It recently moved to a unit in Haji Lane that is about twice as large. Ms Hotta and Ms Tan have full-time jobs.
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5. How To Fake Tan Your Face
Because it happens to the best of us. Just in time for the unofficial kick off of summer, you decided to do something about your pasty, post-winter skin tone. We asked Sophie Evans, a skin-finishing expert, how to fix the most common self-tanning mishaps, so you can glow on with your life and have coworkers asking where you spent the weekend. Believe it or not, a quick dip in the pool will do the trick, since the chlorine in the water will help lighten your dramatic hue. No time or pool?
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