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Sprekenhus Oslo’s finest beauty brand, Sprekenhus is a beautifully branded range of skin and hair care products by Alexander Sprekenhus.
The simplicity of Scandi beauty – minimal makeup, clean complexions and nourished hair – is something that really relies on being well looked after.
This lifestyle has long been practised across Norway, Sweden and Denmark, but now Scandinavian beauty brands are bottling their secrets, making these near-mythic levels of flawless hair and skin available to us all.
With Viking blood flowing in the veins of many Scandinavian women, they are quite often tall, well proportioned, blonde, and have refined facial features with startling blue eyes.
So we wouldn't have to wake up at 6 a.m., we'd get our presents a day early, and we'd get to meet him. But they get it back in excellent child care, hospitals, old people’s homes and jails. To make sure kids get equal attention from both mum and dad, fathers are encouraged to take two months paternity leave in Sweden.
It's the most generous paternity law in the world, and they're currently looking to extend it.
Ellen Gray is the television critic for the Daily News and the Inquirer, and has written about TV since 1994. What we don't get in a remake are the differences in the way societies view everything from marriage to murder. No one's more critical of shows about journalism than journalists, but this Danish show about a newspaper crime reporter named Dicte Svendsen (Iben Hjejle) gets a lot right.
Her mind will go blank if you ask her to name her favorite show, because she has so many, but she would love to hear about yours. Even armchair travel makes me see the world from another angle. Dicte, a divorced single mother, is more Nancy Drew than most news people I know. British-made, filmed in Iceland, and set in a fictional community in Arctic Norway called Fortitude, this eerie mystery runs hot and very, very cold. I'm only halfway through this four-episode Icelandic mystery, but the strange, potentially deadly landscape of its title fascinates me.