Monday March 31, 2014
When you start doing the research about what kinds of toxic chemicals are in some of our favorite beauty products, the facts can be quite scary. Every day, more companies are opting to find alternatives to these chemicals that have been proven to cause cancer, skin irritations and respiratory problems. Think twice before you buy your next beauty product, and check out some of the articles below to get further educated.
What are the Most Toxic Chemicals in our Beauty Products?
Nail Polish Brands that are 5-Free
The Hottest Trends in Gel Manicure Art
Common Nail Disorders
The Right Questions to Ask When Your Client Wants to Cut Their Hair Short
Friday February 28, 2014
For many years the general belief has been that as you age your hair length should get shorter and shorter in the process. For some reason this dated idea still holds strong in the minds of many women, but I think it's time that idea took a hike. Read on to learn why it's time we start changing our views about age and hair length.
The Saw Palmetto and Hair Growth Connection
How to Keep Your Salon Safe While Performing Keratin Treatments
Friday February 28, 2014
Some stylists fall victim to the idea that they've already been to school, completed their apprenticeship, and have now been working for several years over - so why more education? When we think we've learned everything, we run the risk of being left behind. As a beauty professional, there are constantly new techniques and emerging technologies to learn about. Now more than ever, product technology is advancing exponentially. It's our job to stay up to date.
Hair and Beauty trade shows are a great way to get inspired, which will help you retain the clients you already have, and gain new ones. So check out this list of hair and beauty trade shows for 2014 and start marking your calendars!
Tip - The cost of your trade show ticket can be written off at tax time.
Find the Best Salon Chairs
How to Become A Beauty Supply Distributor
Tips for Keeping Your Salon Staff Safe and Healthy
Friday January 31, 2014
Millions of people suffer from eczema every day, and unfortunately I'm one of them. I've always been frustrated with the go-to option for most dermatologists which is to hand you a tube of harsh steroid cream. I don't like slathering chemical laden creams on my body, and while I was lamenting this to an esthetician friend, she gave me several wonderful suggestions on how I could treat eczema naturally. Read on to learn some helpful tips that you can share with your clients who suffer from this uncomfortable skin disorder.
Natural Ways To Treat Eczema
Four Ways To Minimize Rosacea Symptoms
Making Sense of Laser Facial Treatments
What Are the Five Most Common Skin Disorders?
What Are IPL Treatments?
What Is LED Light Therapy?
How To Increase Business in Your Salon or Spa