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By lemaster 21 Jan, 2016
Spring is here, and what comes after spring? Summer! The weather is already starting to heat up and the trends are coming packed with bermudas, skirts, dresses and short gorgeous outfits that we all just can’t wait to wear. We all want to be at the top of our game especially as we get ready for swimsuit season coming right around the corner.

Let’s talk a little bit about everything you need to know about waxing!

Should I Wax?
If you have some hair you want to get rid of, then yes! Waxing is recommended for people of different ages and both genders.

Waxing vs. Shaving
Waxing is better because it removes the hair from the root. When you shave, you just cut the hair, so a few hours later you can already see a little shadow from the hair follicle below the skin. Also, waxing lasts longer than a shave.

Getting Ready for a Wax
If you are worried about experiencing any pain, you can take an Advil an hour before your appointment. Exfoliate the day before you waxing session and don’t apply body lotion the same day of your appointment.

How Often to Wax
Time varies between waxes depending on how quickly the hair grows back. Three or four weeks between sessions is the usual time but there can always be exceptions to the rules. If you have shaven recently you might want to wait five days before getting a wax.

What to Expect
First step is to disinfect the area. After that, the wax will be applied and removed from small areas of hair at a time. Afterwards, if there is any residue wax, this should be removed and have some soothing cream applied.

Does it hurt?
Waxing is uncomfortable; I will not lie. But pain stops immediately after the time of service. If the hair is being pulled out the right way, the discomfort will be there, but you know how it goes: no pain, no gain.

What Happens After?
Although pain disappears after the session is over, the area you had work on can be sensitive for a while longer. Don’t scrub it or expose to the sun. If you want to do something to treat the redness or swelling, you could apply a little cortisone cream on the area.

How do I Keep It?
After the tenderness is gone, it is recommended to exfoliate in the shower to remove dead skin so the pores don’t get clogged, which can cause ingrown hairs or bumps.

So, are you still thinking about it or have you made your mind? Give us a call to book you waxing session. You can also consult our specialists before making any decisions. See you soon!

Lots of love,
By lemaster 21 Jan, 2016
Hello girls! This post is just for you. Today I want to share with you two of the fabulous Kérastase hair tutorials you could use this spring to spread fabulousness everywhere you go!
By lemaster 21 Jan, 2016
We usually hear a lot of tips and tricks on how to make our makeup last longer, or how to apply out liner faster. Sometimes we, girls need a fast and easy fix when we don’t have a lots of experience when it comes to applying makeup.

For those of you who are not professionals, and those of you who probably are but don’t carry your tools with you; I’m sharing a list of 15 makeup hacks I’ve been gathering from a few different sources to make our lives a little easier.

1. Turn a pencil eyeliner into a gel formula with the help of a match or lighter.
By lemaster 21 Jan, 2016
Spring is here! Flowers are blooming and we start thinking about renewing everything, our houses, wardrobe and our make-up collection!

Renewing your make-up periodically isn't just about finding that killer lipstick or the perfect eye shadow combo, it’s also a matter of safety: You apply it to your face almost every day! While unopened, well-formulated and properly stored cosmetics can remain fresh for a couple of years, when products are stored in hot or humid conditions (like your bathroom) or exposed to air when opened, bacteria can form and some ingredients can degrade. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to tell when your products pass their prime – so it’s always wise to spring clean your cosmetics.
That’s one of the reasons I decided to give you an insight to my cosmetic-cleaning schedule. Are you ready?

Every Week:  clean your makeup brushes and sponges with baby shampoo and warm water.
Every Month : Disinfect your eyeliner and lip liner sharpeners with rubbing alcohol.
Every 3 Months : Throw away your mascara and liquid eyeliner – not only will the consistency start to change, but the preservatives start to break down, leaving you susceptible to eye infections.
Every 6 Months : Throw away your liquid and cream foundations, concealer (although it can last up to 1 year if you apply it with a clean applicator), facial cleansers, lotions, creams (unless they are in a pump dispenser, in which case they can last up to 1 year), cream eye shadows and anything with SPF.
Every Year : Toss your powder, blush, powder eye shadow, lipstick, lip-gloss, lip liners and eyeliner pencils (although anything that can be dipped in alcohol or sharpened can last a bit longer)

In addition, if you notice a change in smell, color or consistency, rely on your common sense and toss them. Your products will be fresh longer by ensuring that all packaging is closed tight and stored in a cool, dry place (like a refrigerator or linen closet) And remember: Never share makeup – even with family members!

Lots of love
By lemaster 21 Jan, 2016
Spring Break already started for some and it’s about to begin for others. Maybe you got to travel for the break, and if you did I hope you have a wonderful trip; but if you stayed in the city there are a lot of activities you can do with your family and have a great time. So We’ve come up with a list of fun activities to do these days. Enjoy!

Visit the  Museum of Fine Arts, Houston ; they are offering special family activities for spring break. For more information visit their site: .

Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo  is filled with great food, events, shows and concerts; you can’t go wrong with this one. It’s tradition! More information on: .

The  Children’s Museum of Houston  is having an “Amazingly Immature Spring Break” exhibit this year you can’t miss. For more information go to: .

Main Street Theater  is offering 1:30 pm matinees during Spring Break and tons of shows to choose from. Buy tickets and learn more on: .

Jesse H. Jones Park & Nature Center  is having their Spring Breakout with free daily classes. Call to reserve a spot: (281) 446.8588.

Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens  is full of Spring Break activities like garden tours, scavenger hunts, arts and crafts, historic games and toys, open house tours and more. Contact them at:

The Health Museum  is having its “Health and Wellness Week 2015” featuring the Houston Rockets and the Houston Ballet. Want more information? Visit:

Culture is always a great plan so I recommend a visit to the  Houston Museum District. You can enjoy seven museums for free each Thursday. More info at: .

The Houston Zoo  is always a great trip, there’s no special programming during the week but you can’t go wrong with this visit. Check their website for details: .

Space Center Houston  has lots of fun planned for Spring Break; you can’t miss all the great activities and the chance to feel closer to outer space. Visit their website for more information:

And last but not least, if all you want is peace, relax and quiet, or maybe a beauty treat for you or you and your friends, we are always happy to welcome you her eat our spa and give you the best beauty break you can get in Houston. Click here to book an appointment for your favorite treatment:

So there you have it, no excuses! I hope you enjoy a wonderful Spring Break.

Lots of love,
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