GABY Soutar rounds up the latest beauty news and deals across Scotland
Give yoga a go
Fitness wear brand Lululemon is holding a pop-up shop on 28 February from 1pm-3pm at Hot House Yoga, Slotline House, St Andrews (www.hothouseyogastandrews.com), where there will also be a free class from 3:30pm-4:30pm for all newbies. Or, visit their other pop-up on 27 February, 9:30pm-12:30pm at Yoga’s Got Hot (555 Gorgie Road, Edinburgh, 07919 658 250, www.yogasgothot.com), which will also be running gratis yoga classes all day, booking essential.
For more information, see www.facebook.com/lululemonedinburgh
Don’t worry, be happy
Finding it hard to stay positive? Then invest in a copy of the new guided journal 99 Things That Bring Me Joy, created and published by Abrams Noterie and illustrated by Hiroko Yoshimoto. It’s been designed to help you consider and be aware of all the things that make you happy, with pages dedicated to activities you find soothing, small ways to treat yourself and your favourite books.
Full of beans
We’re wondering if Glasgow’s new Prep Fitness Kitchen is one of the first eateries in Scotland to offer Bulletproof Coffee (£3.50) on its menu. Inspired by the yak butter tea that the Bulletproof founder discovered on his travels, this drink is made from their upgraded coffee beans, organic butter and coconut oil.
22 Bath Street, Glasgow, 0141-332 3763, www.prepfitnesskitchen.co.uk