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"The one thing I have noticed is that there are a lot of people who attend the nights and stay friends, so at the very least they are increasing their social circle." Ms Loughman has been running Table For Six nights since last November but recently brought the service nationwide with meet-ups in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick and a number of other towns.

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That elegant silky red coat, sweet expression, and affectionate personality make the Irish Setter a beloved member of the family.

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"So I started thinking OK what is a civilised [way to meet people], that takes a bit of the pressure off?

"I was already in the matchmaking business and from talking to people it was clear that people find it hard to meet others who are outside of their social circle.

At the salon, he divides my hair into sections and painstakingly paints each one, then foils it until a silvery ruff wraps my cranium (the foils allow for a lower-strength bleach that will keep the damage to my hair as minimal as possible).

The risk is real: The process of going platinum requires removing the color from the melanin in the hair shaft by softening the hair cuticle with bleach and dissolving the color molecules through a process called oxidation.

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