How To Care For Your New Tattoo

If you've finally taken the plunge to get that tattoo you've been thinking about getting for some time and sat in the chair for a few hours while your tattoo artist works his magic making your tattoo idea a reality, then you're going to want to take great care of your new ink to keep it looking fresh and colorful. See below for some care tips for your new body art after returning from your favorite tattoo parlor. Read More 

Tired Of Going To The Salon? 3 Tips For Making Your Color Last Longer

If you color your hair, regular maintenance is a must. Most colorists recommend that you get a retouch every four weeks for all over color and every two months for highlights. If you have high-lift color, you may even have to go in more often. There's a good reason for it too. If you go too long between retouches, your roots will start showing. However, you don't have to be a slave to your salon schedule. Read More 

How To Prepare For A Brazilian Wax – 4 Things You Should Know

Going to the beach is a favorite pastime for many families. Around 45% of people consider the beach as one of the most popular vacation destinations, and many moms spend a lot of time planning activities at the beach for the summer months. While at the beach, you are probably going to spend a lot of time in a bikini. So you will need to shave to prepare for your trips to the beach. Read More 

Focusing On Being An Ethnic Skin Specialist

After graduating from a cosmetology school, you are no doubt expecting to find employment in a spa, whether beauty or medical, that can meet the needs of all types of clients. One such group would be women of color, such as African-American or Hispanic-American women. However, it has been suggested that these women often find it difficult to find spas with the technicians who have the knowledge and skill to handle their specific skin variations and skin types to be able to get the radiance out of colored skin that should come with a spa beauty treatment. Read More 

Female Hair Loss 101: A Closer Look For Potential Hair Transplant Candidates

While as many as 70 percent of men will face hair loss orbaldness at some point in their lives, women are much less likely to see the same issues with only about 40 percent of ladies seeing the same type of problems. Hair loss is a possibility as a female and if you are faced with thinning hair, there is no question that you will want to do something about it. Read More