Sunday, 24 February 2013
Macadamia Deep Repair Masque Treatment ONLY £ 5 when offered with any Cut & Blow Dry or Colour.
I love hair products that contain argan oil in them because I truly do see how shiny and healthy they make mine & my clients' hair look. That’s the main reason that I was first drawn to the Macadamia hair products. I wanted to see if they matched up to some of the others that I’ve tried and to see if I would become a lifelong customer.
Every product comes in a brown bottle with a neon green top and brown and green label. I like the color combination because while the brown is soothing, the neon green is energizing so they balance each other out nicely. You’ll also find directions, ingredients and a little bit of information about what the product should do on each label.
Basic Information About The Macadamia Hair Products From The Company
Macadamia Natural Oil products meld lightweight and nutrient-rich properties of Macadamia nut and Argan seed oils to revitalize even the most problem hair, nourishing from root to tip for effortless health and beauty.
Problem hair is defined as:
- Damaged (chemicals, wind, sun)
- Colored, straightened, permed
- Hard to manage
- Dull, lifeless
- Brittle, not soft, lacking “touchability”
- Out of control, wild
- Thick, bushy
The hair oil is called the Macadamia Healing Oil Spray. It’s described by the company to be “an ultra fine mist that instantly absorbs into the hair, weightlessly infusing moisture and shine”. They also say that it:
- Provides intense nourishment
- Long lasting tangle and frizz-free finish
- Amazing shine and manageability
- Instantaneous absorption
- Light weight non-greasy feel
- Extends color treatment life
- Natural UV protection
Macadamia Oil Shampoo
The Macadamia oil shampoo is called the Rejuvenating Shampoo. The company says that “it’s designed to add moisture and protection to all hair types and is excellent for dry, damaged hair”. Some attributes are:
- Sulphate and paraben free
- Gently cleanses chemically treated, damaged hair
- Replenishes moisture with no heavy build-up
- Builds protection from harsh daily environmental elements
The Macadamia conditioner is called the Moisturizing Rinse. The company claims that “Our moisturizing rinse is a daily conditioner designed to nourish and detangle hair, leaving it manageable and ready to style”. Attributes are:
- Gently detangle
- Nourishes and protects
- Leaves hair soft and manageable
- Provides UV protection
If you want to purchase any of the above products then you can order them through me on 07859 050914
Bye for now, Tina Xx
Saturday, 17 November 2012
I will be taking a little break from November 20th - 27th, so do bare this in if trying to contact me that week.
I am looking forward to returning to work refreshed after those dates.
I still have a few appointments available before Christmas as I am getting booked up quickly. Any emails or messages I receive whilst on a break will be dealt with in date order when I return.
Have a lovely weekend & take care! Xx
Friday, 12 October 2012
Here's a quick review of 2012 A/W hair trends...I love the femininity of them all!
WINDSWEPT - Dishevelled and matte in texture, windswept hair looks were in abundance at Rodarte, Vera Wang, John Galliano and Gianfranco Ferré, whilst at Marc Jacobs and Marios Schwab strands of the models' hair fell loosely in their faces as if blown by a gust of wind.RETRO - Vintage-looking twisted and pinned styles at Donna Karan and Valentino, Sixties bouffants at DSquared2 and Carolina Herrera and prim flicked bobs at Peter Jensen - retro hairstyles found their way onto catwalks in all four fashion capitals.
PONYTAILS - They aren't exactly a new trend, we know, but ponytails were all over the catwalks once more for this season - sleek and worn lower than last autumn/winter's dominatrix styles please. Seen at Christian Dior, Chanel, Jonathan Saunders and Anna Sui.PLAITS, BRAIDS AND TWISTS - Romantic plaited looks were on show at Emilio Pucci and Mulberry, whilst a more urban take on the trend was seen at Fendi and Mark Fast, where plaits trailed over the models' shoulders. At Marc Jacobs the buns were plaited, whilst at Gucci and Valentino hair was twisted and pinned for a Pre-Raphaelite charm.
BALLERINA BUNS - Simple, neat and pretty, buns were seen at Stella McCartney, Diane von Furstenberg and Louis Vuitton, whilst at Marc Jacobs and Rick Owens they were plaited and twisted.
Courtesy of Vogue
I have listed these KaesoManicure Products on ebay, if you are interested you can bid on them here.
Kaeso is a really lovely, delicious smelling brand of Salon/Spa quality products. However I have decided to change to SpaRitual to give my clients the best possible service and skincare.
SpaRitual is a luxury, vegan, eco-conscious spa brand that is organic and free from parabens, synthetic dyes, preservatives and petrochemicals. They contain organic, rare plant essences and are used all over the world throughout the finest spas and by celebrities alike.
As a SpaRitualist mobile nail technician, I have been fully trained & qualified and I want to offer the very best experience for my clients. Once you have had a SpaRitual Manicure you will find it very hard to go back to using any other brand.
My Luxury Manicure involves a relaxing hand soak, hand and arm massage & gorgeous scrub masque with mitts. Indulgent & restorative.
There are more details of my Nail services on my new website...Simplicity Nails
Bye for now Xx
Tuesday, 9 October 2012
Friday, 24 August 2012
I am absolutely LOVING this style at the moment and being a fellow Curly myself, I am so glad to see it around right now. Straight hair has been in for so many years now that, although I'm biased, it's really refreshing to have some curls in the world.
These images are from the very enviable blog Hairdresser on Fire and I'm loving the braided up do too!
HaPpY FRiDaY Xx