We made it in to the Guardian Express!
The Artist, Zach Freshwater approached Aesthetic Beauty & Massage about beautifying the exterior walls that face the busy Walcott Street.
After some too and fro with ideas, Zach suggested a beautiful face to add some colour and attractiveness to the wall. This idea was good, however I wanted the mural to be meaningful in some way, and it was at that point I thought of my late friend and client, Kerry.
After discussing the idea with Kerry's Mother, and receiving her blessing and more photos for the artwork, Zach provided an image of what he had planned.
proud to announce the arrival of Arcana Skincare to Aesthetic Beauty & Massage! Arcana's botanical
meets science skincare collection is a synergy of healing plant extracts and
scientific research to ensure efficacy and preservation of key ingredients. The
result is effective skincare products that are rich in vitamins and essential
fatty acids from nature, but free of the nasty chemicals such as parabens,
propylene glycol, artificial colours and/or fragrances.
Make up application starts with the right tools. Get yourself some quality brushes and foundation to get the best start. Wedged sponges come in handy as do disposable mascara brushes and cotton tips.
Use an antibacterial spray to clean your brushes regularly. Use a spray specifically designed for makeup brushes. All you need to do is spray your brush then gently work the bristles in circular motions over a paper towel. This will keep your brush clean and germ free.
Shampoo your brush on a monthly basis.
Travelling by air can be taxing on your skin, eyes and lips.
But, with the right beauty routine, you can look as glamorous as the world's most stylish cabin crews. Here are some tips to care for your skin in transit.
Even though fresh air is constantly added to recycled air through very fine filters, to remove dust and bacteria, the air in the aircraft cabin has low humidity levels. This can cause mild drying of the skin.
One of the best suggestions is travelling make-up free, especially on long-haul flights.
Drinking Water Is Great For Your Skin!
I'm sure you hear it all the time but it’s so true and it makes a big difference to the appearance of your skin.
Your skin is your bodies largest organ and it primarily depends on water to keep it hydrated from the inside out. Water provides endless benefits to the body as well as your skin and here are a few just to refresh:
Assists skin health and elasticity
Assists with reducing and preventing cellulite
Hydrates dry and thirsty skin
Have you ever noticed small white bumps under your eyes that look like whiteheads or ‘chicken skin’?
Chances are they are actually milia. Milia have a thin layer of skin that grows over them, making them hard like a cyst and difficult to remove unlike a whitehead that would eventually exfoliate away.
Milia are usually the result of using skin care products around the eye area that are too rich for the thinner skin and tinier pores. Hence it is important to choose the right formulation specific to your skin type and eye area.