If you’re a victim of an itchy scalp, I’m sure you can agree it’s the most annoying feeling in the world. Therefore, with the dry season officially upon us, I am here to give you all my special remedies on how to deal with an irritated scalp!
Skin care trends are becoming more and more popular these days, potentially leaving you confused or overwhelmed on where to begin. And especially now with all the various types of DIY scrubs and face masks emerging, it’s important to stay up to date on what people are finding helpful v. harmful for their skin. As a licensed esthetician, I am always emphasizing the importance of using products that are best suited for each individual skin type – which believe it or not, may or may not align with the current trends.
So whether it be throwing away products, or trying some new ones, read on to see why you should update your skin care routine!
You may have heard about St. Ives Apricot Scrub in the news lately as its parent company is being sued over its formulation. All of the estheticians of the world collectively rejoiced, as this is a product that many people use and believe helps their skin when in reality is doing much more harm than good.
You may have heard of dermaplaning before, or maybe you haven't. Either way, most clients I chat with about it don't know much about the service so I thought it would be good to write a blog post about this awesome service that can quickly and easily give you glowing skin and help your makeup to go on flawlessly.
We all have them, and we all hate them. The dreaded dark circles. Whether they're genetic, like mine, or they're due to lack of sleep, most people deal with these pesky dark circles. And most of you have probably noticed that when you put concealer directly over the circles they don't seem to completely cover and they tend to turn ashy and grey.