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2 Ways to Stop the Winter Elements from Wrecking Your Hairstyling Game

Hairstyling - Face to FaceNeed change? Struggling with dry autumn-damaged hair? From over relaxing, brushing, curling, straightening, and blow-drying to colouring, you’ve put your hair through the wringer over summer, and now it is frizzy and splitting. It is a known fact that the arctic air, high-speed winds, indoor heat, and static electricity damage all hair textures. So, if bone dry tresses are threatening your hairstyling game and you want to get your locks spring-ready, here are the two best ways to stop the elements from wrecking your hairstyling game.

3 Common Eyebrow Shaping Mistakes – And How To Avoid Them

Eyebrow ShapingLost control of the tweezers again while watching that new gripping Netflix series, or are you in need of some weed brow whacking but worried you might mess them up like you do every time? Everyone knows that a well-groomed set of brows frames the face, but not everyone is born with perfect brows. Consequently, they must endlessly tweeze, pluck and shape – but when they’re too thin, too dark, or plain wrong, they do not complement. Here are three common eyebrow shaping mistakes to avoid.

2 Tips to Up Your Eye Makeup Game When Wearing a Mask

2-Tips-to-Up-Your-Eye-Makeup-Game-When-Wearing-a-Mask2021 has not been a good year for contouring lovers. No matter where we go or who we are with, slipping on a bedazzled mask is the new normal. With no end in sight, covering our faces not only affects the way we live and do business, but the way we do our makeup is changing alongside everything else. With masks here to stay and with lipstick and blusher taking the back seat – it’s time to learn how to play up your eyes. Here are two excellent tips to level up the eyes when covered in a face mask.

Become a Mobile Wedding Makeup Artist in Only a Few Weeks with a Short Workshop

Wedding Make-Up - Face to Face Beauty & Design SchoolAre you passionate about all things eyeliner, eye shadow, blushers and lipstick? Do you enjoy it so much that you want to make a career out of it? We can hardly blame you. If this generation has learned anything it is to invest in a career path that excites you. If you can easily hide and enhance features and love making women look like the best versions of themselves, consider becoming a wedding makeup artist.

How to Apply Makeup for Women in Their 40s and Over

How to Apply Make-upYou just turned 40 – congratulations! They say that life begins at 21, but we believe 40 is when the magic happens. You’ve reached an age where you’re comfortable in your skin. But no matter how positive you stay you can’t help but stress about those fine lines and wrinkles. To help you enhance, define, cover and alter fine lines and pigmentation, we’ve put together a few tips on how to apply makeup for those over 40. So, grab your makeup products and brushes and give yourself an instant face-lift.

Wedding Makeup: Embark on a Fun and Lucrative Career that Others Only Dream About

Wedding Makeup - Face to FaceAre you feeling uninspired and stunted in that nine-to-five career that’s slowly taking you nowhere? They say that change is as good as a holiday. They also say that one should always turn their passion into their career – and they are spot-on. Long gone are the days of choosing a job for money alone. Today, people thrive on quality of life, and if you want to become a massage therapist, nail technologist, hairstylist or wedding makeup artist, now is the time to make a change!

Turn Your Passion into Money with a Career in Hairstyling

Hair StylingIf you’re like most people today, you’ve recently realised that life is too short to spend it in a career doing something you loathe for the rest of your life. Sure, the money might pay the bills, but are you happy? Wouldn’t it be better to have a job, like hairstyling, that makes you want to jump out of bed in the morning instead of waking up with a knot in your stomach, dreading the next nine hours in the office?

How to Apply Makeup Like A Pro: 12 Tricks and Hacks to Put Your Skills on the Path to Perfection

How to Apply Make-upDo you see all those stunning models in all those top high-fashion magazines sporting flawless skin with perfectly contoured noses, cheekbones, and smoky eyes? Whether you aspire to become a mobile makeup artist or somewhat “green” to makeup artistry, you can also learn to make yourself or your clients look “magazine beautiful”. The power of makeup is undeniable. To master it, however, you must learn how to apply it.

Reflexology: A Recognised Supplementary Therapy worth Adding to Your Portfolio

You’ve probably heard many people say that if you have a migraine, massage the pressure point between your thumb and index finger. It is true. The human body has 7 200 nerve endings in the feet, 5 000 nerve endings on the hands, and 435 in each ear. If you squeeze your heel, it relieves lower-back body stress tension. If you place your thumb into your arch, it aids the adrenal glands and pancreas. That is why there is nothing more relaxing than putting your feet up after a tough day and getting a pair of hands to give them a good rub. It relaxes the body and eases the mind. It is healing.

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I am the designated photographer for the only internationally and nationally accredited make-up training institution which is celebrating is 52 years of operation. I love to experiment with the power of photography, specialising in conceptual & fashion, although I love shooting anything that challenges me. I shoot on location but also have my own studio situated in Parktown, Johannesburg.

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