Do you dream of an exciting job that entails making brides look beautiful on their big day? A wedding is the most important and most photographed day of a brides’ life. It is the one day where a woman must look and feel flawless, and it is the artist’s job to make her wish true.
Do you spend your free time learning all the hottest makeup trends, tricks and techniques, or are you the go-to friend your squad runs to for the perfect brows, nails, or skin regimen tips? If this sounds like you, the beauty industry has many lucrative local and international opportunities just waiting for someone like you.
Let’s be honest; is anybody NOT feeling stressed these days? Life is far more demanding than in the 80s and 90s. Finances, social media, political uncertainty, economic instability, processed diets, and high-pressure jobs, coupled with a lingering second Great Depression and the fear of catching COVID-19 can place anyone in a permanent state of anxiety.
Shakespeare got it right when he said the eyes are the windows to the soul. What he didn’t mention is that the eyes are also the window to health and age. The secret weapon to looking photo-shoot beautiful and youthful, makeup is a skill every woman deserves to know, especially eye makeup. Here are three techniques to amp your mesmerising gaze while wearing a mask this winter.
Do you want to learn how to apply make-up like a pro, but you’re unsure how or where to start? All women want to feel and look youthful and beautiful, and they spend enormous amounts of money trying to do it. However, unless they have been to make-up school, most women know little about the tricks-of-the-trade. Make-up is no longer just about black eyeliner, pink blusher, cream foundation, and lipstick. It can transform features and hide imperfections, and you are the magician to make it happen.
Just finished high school or had enough of Big Tech and after a new career that can offer financial security and make a difference to people’s lives? Today, the world is stressful, not only financially but physically and mentally. Juggling fast-paced careers, finances, kids, relationships, and other people’s expectations lead to stress, manifesting into pain, anxiety, and even disease. One proven way to reduce stress is with reflexology.
Have you just been through an emotional breakup, a messy divorce? On the other hand, maybe you have just started a new career, moved to a new city, or just tired of the same plain-Jane look you have been sporting for the past decade? Just because you are 40, does not mean you have to look your age.
Have you just joined the over 40s club? They say the eyes are the window to the soul, but what they don’t say is that the eyes can also give away some of your best-kept secrets, like your current health status – and your age. Wistfully, as we age, so do our eyes, exposing all our fine lines, creases, and dark circles. If you’re feeling a little insecure about your age and those thin and over-plucked arches, you can do something about it. Keep people guessing your age with these two popular eyebrow-shaping techniques!
As a result of lockdown, coupled with tough economic times, the past several months have been stressful. Many South Africans can’t help but feel anxious about what the future will look like for them. While studies reveal that stress and anxiety increase the chances of disease, relaxation treatments like massage and reflexology reduce cortisol levels, which calm the mind and body – minimising the chances of inflammation and degenerative disease.
Need change – a new go-to-summer style, feeling tempted to shave your head out of frustration? It has been a long winter, but summer is finally here. The days are longer; the fashion is fresh, and makeup colours are dazzling. But as the weather changes, so do hairstyling trends. While it may be super easy choosing all those luscious hair products that help you maintain flawless summer hair, it’s not so easy choosing the right style. If you haven’t found your summer look, stay cool, cute, and chic with these two easy summer hairstyling looks.