4 Skincare Products That Slow the Ageing Process

It can sometimes be difficult for some ladies to decide which skincare products are worth splurging on. This difficulty may be because of the unfamiliar wording that is often used to describe the different beauty products on the market. This article discusses some of the products that one can splurge on in order to slow down the ageing process. Retinol Skincare products that contain retinol are usually worth every penny that you spend on them. Read More 

How to Get Vitamin A for Your Skin

Does your skin get enough Vitamin A? You can supply this nifty compound to your skin through your diet or by an external cream, and the benefits can be significant. It encourages the production of collagen, as well as stimulates the rate at which your skin cells are shed, so that damaged surface skin is essentially discarded at a faster rate, leaving you with healthier (and theoretically more youthful looking) skin. Read More 

A Polished Finish: 3 Top Tricks that Professional Nail Artists Use

You only need to spend a couple of minutes on Instagram to stumble across a jaw-dropping set of nails. Whether they're covered in a mosaic of individually-placed sequins or intricately painted with a filigree design that requires years of practice and a steady hand, it can sometimes feel like nail art is a fairly inaccessible discipline. It seems difficult enough to get a smooth base coat, let alone a complicated design. Read More 

A guide to three methods of hair removal

Many people nowadays prefer to keep their faces and bodies hair-free. There are several ways to do this; here is a quick guide to three of the most common hair removal methods. Waxing Waxing, as the term implies, involves applying wax to the skin and then pulling the wax (and the hair it has stuck to) off. This method removes not only the visible hair shaft but also the root inside the follicle; as a result, it can often take several weeks for the hair to grow back (the exact length of time will depend on the person's individual hair type and their hair growth cycle). Read More 

When It Might Be Time to Go Back to Beauty School

If you've been working as a beautician or stylist for some time, and have a reliable clientele with lots of regular work, you may not need to consider going back to beauty school. However, as with any other skill or career choice, there are times when you may want to brush up on your expertise and consider going back to school for some refresher courses. Note a few signs that it may be time to check out a nearby beauty school, such as Elly Lukas Beauty Therapy College, and revisit the classroom. Read More