Just balancing clients is quite enough of a job in and of itself - but if you're a professional hairdresser, especially an independent not working out of a salon, then you'll know that your job doesn't begin and end with the scissors and the styling. Far from it. You'll spend as much time answering calls, booking appointments, purchasing supplies and managing your finances as you will seeing clients. That can make any additional tasks feel like they're pushing you over the line - and anything you can do to save time feels like a godsend.
23 August 2017
When you hold your baby in your arms, it's hard to think of anything in the world as pure as that child. Many parents decide to try and focus on only using natural baby products with their children in order to limit their exposure to chemicals. Here are some tips on simple baby care products that you can make yourself at home. Talc powder Many parents find that it is important to powder their babies in between nappy changes to avoid rashes, but talcum powder has been linked to a range of health issues, including cancer.
18 August 2017
Every bride wants to look flawless on her big day, and makeup that's applied well can ensure your skin tone appears even, your eyes look bright and your cheeks have a healthy glow. However, there are several key differences between everyday makeup application and bridal makeup. For example, on your big day, your wedding makeup artist needs to create a look that will carry you through from your daytime ceremony to your evening reception, and your bridal makeup will have to look good in your wedding photos, so contouring, lighting and wedding party colour schemes all have to be taken into consideration when your makeup artist creates your look.
16 August 2017
If you're a beauty practitioner and want to develop your skills and increase the services you offer to your clients, there are several beauty courses you can complete around your existing work commitments. When choosing a course, you may want to consider learning a skill you can put to use in both your therapy room and a client's own home. This will give you more flexibility and allow you to reach the growing number of clients who want to enjoy a little pampering in their own home due to family commitments or time constraints.
9 August 2017