Lush flush British bath, cosmetics and skin-care brand Lush has opened a kiosk in Festival Walk, Kowloon Tong and a shop on the LCX level of Ocean Terminal, Tsim Sha Tsui. A breath of fresh - and extremely potent - air in the hi-tech, humourless world of skin care, Lush locations look like your favourite, organic grocer's and operate according to the same principles. Only the freshest fruits, vegetables and essential oils are used, and all products are handmade with ingredients listed on the label. Try Cynthia Sylvia Stout, a shampoo with shine-inducing beer ($40 for 100 grams or $125 for 500g); Razorantium shaving cream ($95 for 250g); Sympathy for the Skin, a rich moisturiser with almond oil, cocoa butter, organic bananas and vanilla pods ($125 for 240g); hand-cut soaps (priced according to weight); and a great selection of Christmas gift sets (from $50 to $675). Hair-raiser Ever wonder what's going on inside - and on top of -Christina Aguilera's head? Bad Hair (Bloomsbury), a new book bringing together horrifying hair- don'ts from barber shop and beauty salon windows around the world, could shed some light on the subject. Part coffee-table book, part zoological artefact, it features everything from mullets and poodle perms to rattails and the Jellyfish (don't ask); $77 from Amazon.com. Logo a go-go Just when you thought logomania was dead and buried, along comes a label that takes branding to new heights. LVC, Levi's collection of reproduced vintage styles, has just launched a line of jackets ($3,250 to $3,750) and jeans ($2,650 to $3,250) covered in old Levi's advertisements. Our pick: the psychedelic, Sta-Prest print from the 60s. From D-Mop (8 Kingston Street, Causeway Bay) and Extravaganza (Silvercord Centre, 30 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui).