The Essential Guide to Removing Common Stains from Your Ties

Posted on: 20 October 2016

Wearing a suit makes a statement about you, and a tie is your way of personalising the outfit. Some ties can be an expensive investment -- you want to take care of them so they'll last you for years. Because of where they sit, directly down from your mouth, accidents can happen. Dry cleaning is the most efficient way of removing stains from your ties. However, if you don't want to be running back and forth to the dry cleaners every time you get something on your tie, try the following stain removal tips for 5 of the most likely stains. [Read More]

Your First Spray Tan: Top Tips

Posted on: 29 August 2016

Want to look bronzed for a special occasion or just want to give your body a head start for the summer? A spray tan is a perfect way to get even, natural looking colour.  But what can you expect from your first spray tan and how can you make the most of your treatment?  Before the appointment The night before your appointment, take the time to thoroughly exfoliate your skin to make your skin more receptive to the treatment. [Read More]

Hairdressing Furniture | 3 Ways To Turn Your Salon Chair Into A Profit Maker

Posted on: 29 July 2016

If you're looking to break into the hairdressing market, you'll know how tough competition is, especially with people looking for both talent and value for money. While overlooked by many salon owners, the reality is that your hairdressing furniture can have a direct impact on your profitability because customers want a good overall hairdressing experience. Here's what you need to do to turn your salon chair into your meal ticket for profitable success. [Read More]

Tips for Dealing with Eye Bags

Posted on: 5 July 2016

A number of people suffer from eye bags and they have no clue what caused them or how they can get rid of them. Most women will resort to using concealer, but this is only a temporary fix as it only camouflages the colour of the eye bags. Others may opt for anti-ageing treatments in an attempt to alleviate them. All these are viable ways of either hiding or treating the eye bags. [Read More]