Thank you so much @westjetmagazine for featuring Head In The Clouds Volumizing Powder as one of the best locally made bath and Beauty products in Victoria BC.
This double duty powder acts as a dry shampoo and volumizer - to elevate your hair (and your mood!).
Arrowroot Powder and Kaolin Clay absorb oil, and create lift while Grapefruit and Cedarwood refresh strands for a fresh out of the shower feeling.
"This area used to be a popular location for opium factories, until 1908, when opium was made illegal in Canada, and those factories were shut down. To replace the defunct opium dens, new brick structures were built in the 1910s and 1920s. Only this narrow space remained between those buildings. In here, gambling clubs thrived. The Japanese had occupied Hong Kong in 1941, which meant Chinese men in Canada were not able to visit China nor send money home. Many of them gambled that money here, against the law. To protect those gamblers, the alley had wooden doors which sealed both ends, while watchmen decided whom to let in. And if the police carried out a raid, the gamblers would scramble and use several secret escape routes inside the buildings." - Comrade (the human)
"And that concludes our visit to Chinatown! Yay! 🙂 Where do you guys want to go next? The breakwater, Centennial Square and City Hall, or go for a walk along the Inner Harbour? 🤔" - Sinatra
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