With beauty salons still close, there are probably a lot of ladies and gents just like me who are thinking how can we make sure that when the lockdown is over, we don’t look too bad.
I have been looking at Caci for a while as I’ve heard that it’s the facial treatment of choice in Hollywood without having any needles or surgery. It basically uses microcurrents to give your face a workout.
I investigated the pricing and it looked like about £300 and then with that you would need to go a couple of times a week for a few weeks to get the face started and then you do need maintenance which could be from £35 a month depending on many areas do you want to be treated.
With no beauty salons open …
Gel nail manicures cost me between £10 and £34, with the £10 ones lasting barely a week typically, so I wanted a solution to having beautiful nails without paying the high cost. I have tried “gel” varnishes, “gel” top coats and frankly they don’t look anywhere as good as proper gel cured under a LED lamp. So what’s a girl to do? …spend close to £300 a year on nails or find another solution? decided to find another way and think I have found it with Polish to Gel Transformer Starter Kit from SensatioNail.
Basically, you can use it to turn your favourite nail varnishes into a gel manicure! By mixing your own polish with SensatioNail’s Polish to Gel formula and curing under the UV lamp, SensatioNail promises to achieve the same results as …
Well with party season around the corner…we have our first one on 8 November…eeks, I need to think of ways to look great without spending loads.
My last cut and colour was a staggering £91 (sharp intake of breath!). That has happened once and let’s just say, I have now switched to Casting Creme Gloss from Superdrug at £5 a pop, once a month for colour, but cut I really can’t do at home.
So with my friend Google, I went exploring and discovered that my local college can offer discounted treatments and that is going to be a real godsend. I have booked in my first facial and took a sneak peak at the facilities …they are just like a posh high street salon. Most colleges offer a wide range of services from a …