How to Pair Your Nail Polish with Your Birthday Gemstone for Glam Results

Posted on: 3 January 2017

If you are the kind of woman who is always looking for a theme for her beauty routine, look no further. This month, you are covered. Gemstone colors are becoming increasingly popular, and you can be sure that this will continue to be the case throughout the year of 2017. Try using this month to match your nail-polish color to the gemstone associated with your birthday for dazzling results. January: Garnet [Read More]

Important Reasons Licensed Cosmetologists Need Continuing Education

Posted on: 8 September 2016

Your salon may be running smoothly and you may be successful as a cosmetologist right now. However, as time passes, you may get new customers that would like a new style you are not sure about. You may have new customers requesting certain products you are not aware of being available. To remain on the forefront of your cosmetology profession, taking continuing education courses is recommended. Learn more about how you can enhance your skills and remain a highly qualified cosmetologist. [Read More]

7 Tips For Visiting The Hair Salon

Posted on: 27 July 2016

Whether it is your first visit to a hair salon or you are a pro, it is important to be prepared for your visit. By understanding salon etiquette, you can help the stylist give you the results you desire. Before your visit to the hair salon, here are a few things to keep in mind.  Avoid weekend bookings. If this is your first time to the salon or you want to explore a new direction with your hair style, try to choose an appointment on a weekday. [Read More]

The 8 Things You Need In Order To Make Castile Soap At Home

Posted on: 26 May 2016

If you're a fan of natural olive oil soap, sometimes referred to as Castile soap, then you should try making it yourself. If you have the right ingredients, then it's not too difficult to make it in your own kitchen. You can find lots of recipes online that tell you the proper proportions of lye to water to oil, but first you need the tools and ingredients. Here's what you need. [Read More]