2020 Bridal Beauty trends were revieled fresh off the fashion week runways in winter 2019. So excited so see what this years brides will be choosing.
One of the most fun parts of planning your big day is choosing your wedding hair and make up!
The statement on the catwalk was not to be afriad to go big and bold when it comes to floral...fresh flowers to match your bouqet, such a romantic look.
Jewel-encrusted and pearl headband styles are a classy look that then sparkle on the dance floor at night.
' Nothing makes a bride more beautiful than the belief rhat she is beautiful'
Providing Bridal Hairstyling & Make Up Artistry to the Skipton and surrounding Yorkshire Dales areas.
What an amazing experience delivering training on the 'Elizabeth Boat' in Skipton. A beautiful idea of Claire's to set up Shanti Holistics where you can float literally...into relaxation. Fab training day in the New Bamboo massage, one of the industry's up and coming oriental treatments. Claire now has a new advanced treatment to offer to her clients. Loved listening to her inspiring stories of massaging in India and Asia.
Two of the ultimate best ways of combating signs of premature ageing...
80% of the skins damage is external not genetic! This includes smoking, alcohol, sun damage, cold weather exposure, stress and lack of skincare routine.
Moisturise morning and night!
Our skin is the largest living organ of our body so we shouldn't forget to feed it topically with nourishing, moisturising products. Lack of moisture results in dull, sagging lifeless skin, this increasing fine lines and wrinkles.
Use a UV Protection daily!
When the temperatures are cooler we don't associate it with UV damage however UVA are the damaging rays present all year round with the sun lower in winter, that cannot be felt on the skin and these are the rays that damage skin cells causing ageing. Check your moisturiser or foundation contains a UV protection or you can buy a separate UV layer to apply over your moisturiser.
Henna Brows Training...Coming Soon
What are henna brows?
Henna brows are a form of eyebrow tinting that is used to colour the brow as well as stain the skin beneath the hair. The purpose of this is to cast a shadow or create an illusion of depth and fullness in the area, visually filling in any sparseness.
Henna is a natural dye made from the shrub ‘Lawsinia Inermis’ which grows in a hot dry climate. The leaves of the shrub are dried and ground into powder, forming henna.
How great would it be to wake up in the morning and have your eyebrows already good to go?
With henna, you can temporarily tint your eyebrows in a painless and all-natural way so they’re shaped every morning, with no need for pencils or powders. It’s also a really great way to trial a shape before you commit to semi-permanent tattooing. The service only recently launched into the UK.