Nadine O’Regan: Beauty therapists’ care is more than skin deep

As we slowly emerge from lockdown, the reopening has reminded us of the importance of our wider community ties

'Something I’ve given more thought to in the past year is the many loose ties that combine to form a community'. Picture: Stephen Collins /Collins Photos Dublin

There was a fashion back in the 1990s for having almost no brows at all: just a thin line that sat over your eyes. This was a trend that, sadly for me as a teenager, I embraced whole-heartedly. Once I had purchased a set of tweezers from our local chemist, I arrived home and, without the slightest clue what I was doing, proceeded to tweeze off most of my brows.

Every time I removed another ...