Category: Beauty Talk

How to stay looking flawless all day make up tips

How to stay Flawless all day long

How to stay flawless all day long….

We all spend a certain amount of time getting ready in the morning whether it’s just foundation or the full works but we all have that moment mid-afternoon or even when we get home where we look into the mirror and see that makeup we applied this morning has now smudged, run or disappeared altogether.   We have busy days and no time to waste making midday touch-ups so do it right 1st time and keep that flawless face all day, make your make-up last until your ready to take it off.

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What ‘The Beauty Clinic’ Brand Means To Us

Owner Lisa Travis always dreamed of opening her own Clinic and starting a brand, but she wanted to make a difference, and that difference was, she wanted to empower women.  We all know confidence comes from within, how we feel about ourselves as a person, but when does this confidence from within usually arise? When we put on that fabulous new dress, when we walk out of the hair salon with our new hair, when we wear our favourite shade of lipstick.  All of these “outside” factors make us feel good and give us a real confidence boost.

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Winter has finally ended and in its path has left us with dehydrated, dull lifeless skin.

Most of this can be blamed on extreme temperature changes: cold outside, heaters blasting in the home, car & office, it’s no wonder our skin is depleted of any excess hydration.  Also playing a part is the fact that our skin cell turnover (our natural exfoliation process) often slows in winter, leaving us with a build up of dead skin cells on the surface.

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Beat the winter blues - Light Therapy Facial

Beat the “Winter Blues”

Winter is officially here and along with it comes rain, cold, illnesses and a condition called  ‘Seasonal Affective Disorder’ (SAD).

Better known as the “Winter Blues” SAD is a medical condition that can seriously affect how people feel. Experts believe that reduced exposure to light, less venturing outside and shorter and colder days result in a reduced production of serotonin, the happy hormone produced in the hypothalamus, the part of the brain which regulates mood, appetite and sleep.

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