Starting Your New Year Off Right: Pampering Yourself This Year

When the holidays have come and gone and your have rung in the New Year in style, you may wonder what else you can do to ensure that the beginning of your year is as positive and enjoyable as possible. You may have a long list of New Year's resolutions that you want to get started on. However, it is also important to start the year off treating yourself nicely and allowing yourself to enjoy being pampered every once in a while. [Read More]

Three Different Types Of Thinning Shears

Thinning shears are often used in hair salons and are a great tool to work with. They are used for thinning out the hair without shortening the length. Thinning shears are available in different styles that are each designed for different hair types. These are three commonly used types of thinning shears and the types of hair they work best with. Single-Sided Shears  Single-sided thinning shears have teeth on one side and a straight blade on the other. [Read More]

5 Ways to Reduce Acne Scars

You have finally managed to get rid of all your blemishes, but the scars from them still remain on your face. Acne scars can give your skin tone an uneven appearance and lower your self-confidence. With a few simple tools and tricks, it is possible to make these scars look less noticeable. Here are five ways to reduce acne scars: 1. Stay Out of the Sun Although you should already be protecting your skin from the sun, remembering to apply sunscreen every day will also improve your acne scars. [Read More]

Acrylics, Gels And Shellacs, Oh My! How To Decide Which Nails Are Right For You

A trip to the nail salon for a manicure, pedicure or a polish change is meant to be a relaxing experience. But if you're looking to get a set of fake nails, you might be surprised by all the jargon thrown your way and what exactly each choice will look like when you leave the salon. In fact, even regular nail salon customers can easily confuse one type of fake nail for another, and end up accidentally requesting something other than what they thought they were paying for. [Read More]