Want to dominate fashion-street with the latest 2022 summer make-up trends? Warm days are coming, and so is fashion with a ton of new hot makeup styles that are sure to make temperatures rise. This summer is all about bright neon colors, the bronze look, and cool pastels.
Summer is fun when you can make the most out of it! The blooming flowers, beautiful sunny days, and all the ooh-la-la moments. To complement these, you have the most stunning summer 2022 makeup trends that can get your imagination flowing. You just need a little spark to get more creative with your looks. So, read on and ignite that spark below!
The 10 most prominent 2022 makeup trends this summer are:
1. The bolder! The better!
Step out of your comfort zone with bold blushers. Yes, they are back! Even if it’s over-blushing, do it! It’s one of the season’s latest trends with vibrant colors like bold peach and punchy pink. Use in small quantities with your brush and apply it to the apple of your cheek. Then pull it into the temple and the crease of your eye. It’s so simple you can do it at home.
2. The no make-up look with minimum coverage:
This is one of the easiest looks to achieve at home. The “not-too-loud look” yet attractive and elegant. To give your complexion an even tone, just combine some moisturizer with your favorite foundation, and Voila! You’re done! It is best to use a luminous foundation or a barely-there skin tint that will give the perfect glowing finish. If you think you need additional coverage, you can go ahead with a medium-to a full-coverage foundation.
3. Glossy Lips:
Glossy lips have made a blockbuster comeback. The best part is that they are easy to wear, can go with most looks, and can adorn your lips at any time of the day. You can opt for a nude lip color (that never goes out of fashion) and wear the lip gloss as it is. Or you can use it on top of your lipstick, either way, you’ll look ravishing.
4. Lip liners are here to stay:
Lining the lips with a lip liner before applying lipstick has been a key technique for ages. Moreover, darker shades of lip liner help to apply lipstick effortlessly. But just lining the lips? WOW! A trend of the 1990s that resurfaced in 2022. We see this trend rising for the summer of 2022 and it is something to watch out for. This can be the minimalist makeup that can also make you look really vogueish.
5. The eyes have it!
Glittered eye shadows, bright eye shadows, or bedazzled eyes, it’s everywhere. There’s no question that the Euphoria look is here to stay! As the weather warms up, there will be more inspiring looks, experiments, and fun bold statements with eye make-up to see. This can be a part of your everyday eye make-up look as well. Coppery eyeshadow or green eyeshadow is also in vogue and offers a cute summery look.
6. The fluffy eyebrow look:
When people notice your eyes they are bound to notice your eyebrows. So why not get that fluffy eyebrow look which can glam up even the simplest of makeup looks. Accentuate your eyebrows by brushing them upwards with a brow wax to straighten and lengthen the hairs.
Brow lamination continues to trend in 2022 as well.
7. Smudge away with eyeliners:
So, you are not an expert in using intricate eyeliners? Not to worry! The smudged eyeliner look this summer will make your imperfections become perfect! You just need your regular black eyeliner (pencil or crayon is best) and smudge away to your heart’s content. Get those smokey eyes in a jiffy. If you wish to be more creative, you can use neon shades as well for that bold graphic look. Or rock it with a green pastel eyeliner to make you feel spontaneous. Neon and greens have always been associated with summer, so give it a try!
8. Get that sun-kissed look:
Have freckles? Great! We are long past the days when we needed to hide our freckles behind loads of foundation and face powder. Faux freckles create a natural look that is trending this summer. So go for it! Proudly show off your freckles. For those who don’t have them, simply take out your eyeliner or eyebrow pencils and get make that freckled look happen!
9. Go Bronzy!
What better time for tanned skin than summer? For a bronzed look try tantouring. Mix a few drops of tanning serum with moisturizer and contour your face with it. Apply on the nose, cheeks, and jawline to get that chiseled look. It gives a long-lasting effect and offers a natural bronze look. To keep your skin not only tanned but smooth, visit our website’s blog to learn more about waxing.
10. Lipstick shades:
Bold lips are an indispensable part of a woman’s makeup routine any time of the year. Though red is a hot favorite, the classic red lip now has a revamp. You can swap it with cooler-toned shades of red like burgundy, orange-red, or Scarlett colors for a warmer tint. Dashes of pink shades are also predicted to meet summer 2022 makeup trends, making it all the more exciting. Spring and summer are also the seasons for rose, fuchsia, and magenta colors, so keep them ready in your handbags.
Apart from these, pastel hues are a part and parcel of the Spring/ Summer collection. And the best part is you can start wearing your pastel colors as early as spring and carry it all through summer. Use pastel eyeshadow, pastel color lipsticks, and anything else pastel.
This summer is all about a natural, bronze, or luminous look, so give it your best shot.
These simple yet statement-making styles can quickly be done at home and are sure to make heads turn.
For more ideas on how to make a fashion statement contact the experts at GLAMINATOR BEAUTY BAR or visithttps://www.glaminatorbeautybar.com or book in for one of our many makeup services today.
Once you have pulled through a lovely and amazing waxing session at GLAMINATOR BEAUTY BAR, and are feeling great as you caress your silky-smooth skin, you may think everything's done. But actually, there is a very important thing still remaining: post-waxing care. Waxing is a very simple procedure but nevertheless, the skin does become sensitive afterward. In order to avoid any annoying side effects, it is necessary to follow a skincare regime post-waxing.
Glaminator Beauty Bar has some amazing post-wax faves included in their ‘Glowing Skin Care Line’ that will become your favorite too. The products are all-natural, organic, and extremely effective. Take your pick from Follicle Repair Serum (a must-have post-wax treatment), Conditioning Body Wash, Hydrating Body Butter, and our Sugar Scrub.
Why Follicle Repair Serum?
Follicle Repair Serum contains the goodness of both tea tree oil and lavender oil. An amazing product that will rejuvenate, calm, and soften your skin to combat all the irritation and itchiness that can come post waxing. It acts as a disinfectant that is made from the therapeutic essential oils of lavender and tea tree.
Many people develop folliculitis — a bumpy, pimple-like rash after waxing. It usually happens from inflammation. Though the inflammation typically goes away on its own, not all skin types are the same. If you develop bumps after the initial inflammation subsides, they may be a result of ingrown hairs which are a specific type of folliculitis. Follicle Repair Serum is an amazing therapeutic treatment for folliculitis.
Benefits of Tea Tree Oil & Lavender Oil:
Tea tree oil soothes post-wax skin and is a wonderful healing agent. It can diminish and completely heal skin bumps naturally. The oil has antibacterial properties and therefore fights bacteria and cleanses the skin.
Lavender oil prevents bumps and redness. It is naturally antibacterial, meaning that it kills acne-causing bacteria that might infiltrate your pores. Lavender oil also lightens blemishes and redness on the skin, unclogs pores, and reduces inflammation, giving off a cooling effect.
Here are some of our favorite products that rely on tea tree and lavender oil:
— Conditioning Body Wash
The Conditioning Body Wash is another great product from Glaminator Beauty Bar. It also contains the goodness of lavender oil combined with rose water and glycerine. A great formula that will maintain the PH balance of your skin and keep it hydrated.
— Hydrating Body Butter
Our Hydrating Body Butter is a great ultra-hydrating product for your entire body post-wax. It is a combination of therapeutic lavender oil and shea butter and is enriched with anti-inflammatory properties.
— Sugar Scrub
Another post-wax fave from Glaminator’s “Glowing Skin Care Line” is the Sugar Scrub. It leaves your skin silky smooth, hydrated, and clean.
Are bumps normal after waxing?
Absolutely! There is nothing to worry about since it happens to most people, more in women than men. When hair is forcefully removed from the skin, it does cause a little stress to the surrounding area, which is normal. Therefore, many individuals may develop mild bumps and inflammation after waxing. Though it can clear up on its own, it is always advisable to take preventive care like using gels or serum that contain a combination of tea tree and lavender oil. Both tea tree oil and lavender oil are known for their antiseptic and antibacterial properties that help soothe skin irritation and inflammation. They will help speed up the healing process.
Glaminator Beauty Bar is proud to have a team of the best-certified wax specialists and beauticians who can make you feel on top of the world. As such, their skincare line is honest and effective. For more details about their waxing sessions and other skin-care regimes visit https://www.glaminatorbeautybar.com/
Waxing is an inconvenient process, but we can't do without it, can we? Especially when it is summer - the season of flaunting cute summery dresses or a bikini bod. Ironically, waxing is a necessity but also a highly-misunderstood concept.
Some view it as a painful and unnecessary 'waste' of time; others feel that laser treatments, wax strips, or simply shaving off are a more convenient alternative. In this blog, we will save you from hours of research and debunk some of the most common misconceptions about waxing.
Let's get to it right away.
Myths About Waxing that are Absolutely Untrue
#Myth 1: Waxing causes your hair to grow thicker.
First things first, let's tackle the most common myth related to waxing. Many people believe that waxing causes the hair to grow back thicker. This is absolutely not true. On the contrary, over time, the hair thickness reduces as people engage in waxing on a regular basis.
How does this work?
Basically, with waxing, your hair, as well as the root, comes out. What this means is that the hair needs to regrow back from scratch. As a result, hair appears finer as it grows back. On the other hand, as you shave off the hair, the hair comes out from the thickest point. So when the hair grows back, it appears to be thicker.
This means: waxing = 1, shaving = 0.
#Myth 2: During your periods is the best time to get waxed.
Another common misconception is that waxing hurts more during your periods as the body is already too sensitive. Whether you're on your period or not, waxing hurts just the same, depending on your hair growth.
If you do decide to get waxing done during your periods, make sure that the tampon is inside and the string is securely tucked in. All in all, waxing will not hurt more if you are on your period, period.
#Myth 3: Waxing rips off your skin.
Waxing does not rip off your skin. However, waxing can cause skin bruising or skin lifting if not done correctly. This is why it is critical to get a professional appointment with your regular wax beautician. Pulling hair the wrong way can cause more damage than good.
So, you should never go the DIY route when it comes to waxing. Your skin will thank you later on!
#Myth 4: You can go for a sunbath immediately post-waxing.
Waxing can cause the skin to become sensitive, so it is important to wait for at least 24 hours before you head to the beach or go sunbathing. If you stay out in the sun for too long, you risk getting rashes, redness, or burns. This will only make matters worse for your skin.
#Myth 5: Waxing while you're pregnant can affect the baby.
Waxing during pregnancy is completely normal unless your doctor mentions otherwise. In fact, for plenty of to-be moms, hair can grow quicker than usual during pregnancy because of the change in hormones.
In other words, there's no harm in getting a wax done while you're pregnant.
But make sure to avoid waxing the stomach area for obvious reasons. Plus, do consult your doctor if you can book a wax session (to be on the safe side).
#Myth 6: Your hair needs to grow out long before you can wax it off.
One of the biggest misconceptions about waxing is that you don't need to grow your hair for a squeaky-clean wax session.
If your hair is 1/4" long, you can go for a wax. Otherwise, it might hurt you more. If your hair is longer than 1/4", make sure to trim it so that the hair comes out easily and less painfully.
Remember that a quarter of an inch of hair is the 'sweet spot' or the magical number you need to note prior to booking a wax session.
#Myth 7: Waxing causes a spurt of ingrown hair.
Typically speaking, all kinds of hair removal methods can cause ingrown hairs--and waxing is no different. Ingrown hair is a common problem. That said, waxing does prevent other kinds of irritation.
To prevent this, make sure to exfoliate your skin properly with a gentle body scrub and apply skin oil based on your skin type. As a thumb rule, never ever tweeze the ingrown hairs or pluck them out yourself.
Why? If you do that, ingrown hair is going to be trapped between the skin's surface and it can easily become infected if you pluck at it non-stop!
Consult a professional to get rid of ingrown hairs. They generally use a needle to get the job done effectively.
#Myth 8: Waxing is an extremely painful and messy procedure.
It can get messy if you are going for the DIY route with waxing. More importantly, it is a lot of hard work. Instead of waxing yourself, it is recommended that you get it done by a professional of your choice who understands your skin and your hair removal needs.
Remember that you can enjoy hair-free days for up to six weeks if it is done correctly.
#Myth 9: Waxing will pull at your skin, making it wrinkly.
Waxing does not have any heavy impact on your wrinkles. The most common reason for accelerated skin aging is excessive exposure to the sun (minus the sunscreen), less hydration, and an unhealthy skincare routine.
#Myth 10: Soft wax hurts less than hard wax.
Hard wax works differently than soft wax in the sense that it adheres to the hair--not the skin. This is why it is most commonly used in sensitive areas such as underarms, Brazilian, full face, etc.
Hard wax works on a gel-like substance that goes around the hair follicles, whereas, in the wax strip, you end up pulling the hair and the skin.
If you are looking for seasoned experts to get a smooth waxing session underway, reach out to us at Glaminator Beauty Bar. We can take care of all your waxing needs and ensure that you leave with glowing, fuzz-free skin.
It is understandable why people experience inflammation post-waxing. The sudden and forceful removal of hair causes stress to the surrounding skin, and it might require special healing and care.
While it is often a good idea to let the skin be, there are certain tips that help reduce the swelling and ease the recovery period. Let's skim through some of the essential steps to care for your skin after waxing.
Avoid touching Ingrown Hair
Waxing results in increased sensitivity for the affected regions and visible red bumps in the form of ingrowns. While it might be enticing to remove these bumps, it is imperative that they are not touched or played around with. Scratching and rubbing might leave behind unwanted blemishes on the skin.
Instead of poking and prodding the ingrown hair, wait for a few days and have them examined by an aesthetician.
Use Cold Compresses
In order to soothe the post-waxing irritation, make a DIY cold compress by wetting a small towel in a plastic bag and freezing it. Once cold enough, this can be applied on parts of the skin experiencing redness, swelling or inflammation.
Ice cubes also work wonders in soothing the irritation and mellowing the red appearance. If direct contact with an ice cube feels too cold, soak it in a sponge and apply that instead.
Wear Comfortable Clothing
Loose clothing prevents unnecessary contact with fiber materials that might aggravate the irritation via sweat and friction. Therefore, it makes sense to opt for natural fibers like cotton that are way gentler on the skin than spandex or polyester.
It is often seen that gym-wear made of spandex does not let the skin breathe properly. So skip gym sessions altogether as workouts will cause added friction and make matters worse.
Soothe and Exfoliate But Patiently
Exfoliating right after waxing can result in micro-abrasions, owing to the extra sensitive skin. After a couple of days, use a homemade sugar scrub to soothe the irritation and also prevent further formation of ingrown hair. Such DIY scrubs only require mixing sugar with half a cup of coconut or olive oil, and should be gently rubbed on the affected regions.
Squeezing an aloe vera plant's leaf essence directly onto the affected area also soothes inflammation and redness. Not only does Aloe Vera pacify excess irritation, it also hydrates the skin, which makes its use perfect after getting waxed.
Moreover, tea tree oil is another viable alternative, but may clog pores in the initial days, and so, should be reserved for late-forming irritation.
Another bonus tip is to apply lots of sunscreen and avoid the sun for the first few days. This is mainly because waxing makes the skin prone to sun damage by stripping the outermost protective layer.
The key is to space out the waxing appointment to align with the hair’s natural growth cycle, and ensure routine cleansing & exfoliation to avoid post-waxing pain.
Looking for more such beauty and self-care treats? Head over to GLAMINATOR BEAUTY BAR right now.
Spring is here, and so is the wedding season. Do you know who gets to have more fun on the wedding day than the bride? The bridesmaids! There is nothing more special than being such a significant part of your loved one’s wedding and helping them organize every little detail of their big day.
Being asked to be your friend’s, sibling’s, or other family member’s bridesmaid is quite an honor. It means they value your opinions and want you by their side during one of the most memorable moments of their life.
This is why it's important for you to put a whole lot of effort into how you’ll look at the wedding. Every little detail matters—from your bridesmaid’s dress to your hair and makeup. Does this sound overwhelming? Worry not! We’ve compiled a list of some of the best spring wedding hairstyles for bridesmaids to help you look gorgeous at your loved one’s spring wedding.
Hairstyles That Are Perfect for a Spring Wedding
Most people believe that spring is the best season to start a new life together. The weather is perfect, and the season brings with it the perfect “Goldilocks temperature.” So why not flaunt your beautiful locks at your loved one’s wedding with these exciting hairstyles.
Side-Swept Braids and Flowers
The classic side-swept braid is one of the most elegant hairstyles ever. And the flowers will add a touch of spring to your already beautifully braided hair. This makes an excellent spring wedding look because it's fun, vibrant, and simple.
If you are gonna be part of an outdoor wedding surrounded by greenery and flowers, then you should definitely give this hairstyle a try. To get the “side-swept braids and flowers look” right, first, brush your hair thoroughly to remove any knots or tangles. Then, partition your hair, brush it to the side, and braid it well. Add individual flowers in between each braid or alternate braid to complete the look.
With this versatile style, you can either keep all your hair inside the braid, or you can choose a partial updo with the remainder of the hair left out of the braid and styled in long, flowy curls. If you are not a fan of long braids or long curls, you could tuck the side-swept braid to a chignon or bun at the back of your head. The bun or chignon itself can even be adorned with flowers.
Fishtail Braids With or Without Flowers
Fishtail braids are popular and beautiful. Though they seem complicated, they are pretty easy to accomplish. And if you need help, you could always reach out to the expert hairstylists at the Glamonator Beauty Bar.
The fishtail braid looks both romantic and natural and works for both medium-length and long hair. Bridesmaids can choose to have a side braid or a braid flowing down their back. The braid might even look better with a bit of curl at its end. You can either pin flowers to the braid or leave it as it is. Highlighted hair looks absolutely gorgeous in this style. Another variation you should totally try out is the “messy fishtail braid.”
Flowing Locks of Hair and Flower Crown
The best part about this look is that it is simple and easy. To get the look right, brush your hair well and then create soft curls or “locks” with a curling iron. If you’re feeling more adventurous, you could even go for tight curls. Air your hair out a little to give it a natural look.
Now place your flower crown over your head. Whether the flowers are big ones like roses and chrysanthemums or wispy, wild and tiny wildflowers, you can’t go wrong with a flower crown with green or golden leaves interwoven into it. In fact, multi-color flower crowns are quite the trend these days and are excellent for bridesmaids.
Traditional Bun or Chignon
If the wedding follows a more traditional, formal theme, then the basic bun or chignon hairstyle is a great option. While this is more of a bridal hairstyle, it also works well for bridesmaids. Regardless of whether you’re part of an indoor or outdoor wedding, you can be sure that your hair will stay out of your way as you run around getting things done for the bride.
However, buns and chignons are not the easiest DIY bridesmaid hairstyles. So it’s always best to get professional help if you choose this hairstyle. Our team at Glaminator Beauty Bar is here to work with you to achieve the results you want for your loved one’s special day.
The Waterfall Braid or Cascading Waterfall Braid
Waterfall braids are one of the most popular bridesmaid hairstyles of all time. This style gives off a very laidback vibe and is perfect for spring weddings. You will be leaving most of your hair loose to create this look. So, it's best to curl your hair first if you plan to go for the “cascading waterfall style.” You may also want to brush your hair before you style it.
After this, partition your hair and then create beautiful braids using small portions of your hair from both sides. You can then weave the braids in a circle or semi-circle around the loose hair and pin them. If you want to add some spring magic to this already stunning look, just place a large flower at the back of your head or pin small flowers in between the braids. The loose hair you didn’t braid will flow down your back perfectly.
Looped Side Ponytail
This hairstyle is perfect for bridesmaids with long hair and is an upgraded, classier version of the basic ponytail. What’s more? This technique is so easy and fast that you’ll be done with your hairstyling in no time. It will also keep your hair out of the way as you help the bride manage all the little (and big) details of the wedding.
No matter what style you choose, our experienced team at Glaminator Beauty Bar in Pompton Plains, NJ, will do their best to help you look stunning. Contact us for more information on the services we offer.
The warmer months during the summer season bring several haircare challenges that have the potential to damage and ruin your locks if you are not careful. Fortunately, Glaminator Beauty Bar, located in Pompton Plains, NJ, has some effective and helpful summertime hair tips to keep your tresses looking terrific all season long.
These hair care tips are simple to implement and can help you avoid those hot weather-related hair woes keeping your hair looking and feeling its best as you engage in your usual summertime activities.
Let's get started!
Tip #1: Begin With a Great Cut That Suits Your Hair Type and Usual Daily Routine
Your hairstylist is your best defense against summer hair disasters. Schedule regular trims and consider undergoing deep moisturizing treatments to avoid hair damage from the hot and humid weather.
Tip #2: Protect Your Hair From Sun and Chlorine Exposure
Excess sunlight and exposure to harsh chlorine can really do a number on your fragile locks. Protect your tresses by using high-quality protective products when out in the sunshine and when swimming in chlorinated water. Wear hair up or braid while swimming to keep tangles and frizz at bay, and always rinse thoroughly after exposure to chlorine.
Tip #3: Switch to a Lightweight Conditioner
Continue to use a good conditioner, or use humidity-busting hair oil, meant for your hair type. Just switch to a lighter version to keep your strands from hanging limp and dull when humidity levels rise.
Tip #4: Use Protective Hair Products Prior to Styling With Heat
If planning to use blow dryers, hair straighteners, or hot curling irons, use a top-quality protective hair product for gorgeous and healthier hair this season.
Tip #5: Dry Hair Naturally Whenever Possible
Air dry hair whenever possible for a heat break.
Tip #6: Invest in Creaseless Non-Damaging Elastic Bands & Hairstyling Clips
Invest in some creaseless elastic bands and wear better hair clips and other hair embellishments to avoid breakage.
Tip #7: Protect Color-Treated Hair
Stick to the shade and wear protective hats to keep your color shiny and vibrant.
Tip #8: Consider Dusting Ends of Hair With Scissors Every 3 Weeks to Prevent Splits
Dusting hair involves trimming ends slightly every couple of weeks so that hair can float freely and split ends are minimal.
Tip #9: Use Styling Products Meant for Your Hair Type to Beat High Humidity Frizz & Limp Hair Woes
High heat and humidity are a recipe for lifeless, dull hair that literally wilts and becomes frizzy. Use hair products that do not contain alcohol to control unruly hair.
Final ThoughtsUsing these hair tips can keep your locks luscious and healthy until the cooler days arrive in fall. If you're looking for a top hairstylist or you could use more hair care tips, contact Glaminator Beauty Bar in Pompton Plains today!
One of the toughest decisions brides have to make is what to do about their hair and makeup. How do you style your hair for possibly one of the biggest days of your life? Although brides should ultimately choose a look that fits their individual personalities, we've compiled a list of hairstyles perfectly suited for a spring wedding in New Jersey this year.
Top Spring Wedding Hair Trends for 2022
1. Messy Chignons
Loose up-dos with lots of tendrils are a personal favorite of ours because they look beautiful and keep you cooler during the warmer months. Since it is composed of wispy pieces that frame the face, you do not have to worry if anything falls out throughout the day. In fact, the messier it gets, the more romantic the look.
2. Accessorized Half Up-Dos
A wedding hairstyle half up is fun because there are so many options to choose from. You can wear braids, ponytails, curls, and even straight hair. A variety of hairstyles will work with half-up, half-down hair, as well as a variety of hair lengths. Half-up hair can be braided to create a fairytale, romantic look while being a modern hairstyle at the same time.
3. Glam Waves
Though everyone seems to be going for a more “natural” look, we’re always a fan of soft, bouncy blowouts and voluminous curls. For the 2022 season, we’re anticipating that brides will want to bring glam and natural together, and ask for modern Hollywood waves with deep side parts or a dainty hair accessory.
4. Airy and Loose
Speaking of natural, many brides are opting to not over-style their hair on their special day. For a more natural style, we recommend a loose and airy hairstyle that complements a relaxed ambiance. From vintage wedding hairstyles with curls and wraps, or even Indian wedding hairstyles with big, but loose, airy braids that would look great on any bride—steal the show by showcasing your natural curls and effortlessly loose hairstyle.
5. Wedding Ponytail
Ponytails are another lovely wedding hairstyle option for long hair. You might, however, want to add a little sass to your wedding and do something beyond the usual. With a half-up bridal hairstyle, you could have a ponytail at the top, or you could have a regular ponytail with a bow or a beautiful scarf. For those with shoulder-length hair who would like much longer ponytails, consider extensions. In any case, a ponytail has been a long-lasting trend that continues to flourish into 2022.
6. Stunning Braids
Bridal hairstyle braids are another trend that is still going strong in 2022 as there are many stylish ways to wear them on your wedding day. Although braided hairstyles for weddings are not new, it's great to see the different ways they can be worn. There are a wide variety of braided hairstyles for weddings, from French braids flowing to the side to loose braided crowns in half up, half down.
They are also fun to accessorize. For instance, beach wedding hairstyles can be enhanced with seashells, nautical combs, tiaras, slides, clips, and so much more. No matter how you wear them, braids are here to stay.
Are you looking for a glamorous hairstylist to make your wedding look complete? Then why not get your very own personal Glaminator? Try out one of our stylists with a Bride Hair Trial and get a 1-hour session where you can try out different looks to perfect your wedding hairstyle vision. We also offer Bridal Party Hair packages for $120 per person in the salon or $125 each on location.
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If you haven’t already booked your makeup appointment with us for new year’s eve, we recommend you do so ASAP as spots are limited. If you’re keeping things simple but still want some tips for a virtual NYE shindig, consider some of the latest makeup trends below:
It’s one of this year’s beauty TikTok trends. With any blush for your skin tone, just as you would contour, apply the blush along your cheeks and temples. Pair it with a lip and shadow in the same color family for a monochromatic, extra-glam look.
Eyeshadow primer is key. Pack on a pigmented shade on your eyelids, and diffuse it out into a wing in the outer corner of the eye. Apply a darker shade of the same color to that outer corner, and finish it off with some glitter shadow in the inner corners and on the lids.
Gold glitter on the eyelids followed up with a dramatic lip choice takes little to no time at all to do yourself. Apply glitter to lids with an eyeshadow brush and then move on to a bold lipstick of your choice.
Classic Red Lip
The easiest way to elevate your look in seconds is to wear a bold lipstick color. Consider keeping the rest of your makeup look more neutral since all eyes will be on your red lips. This red lip look is sophisticated and perfect for New Year's Eve. Shape your lips with a matching lip liner to ensure the color stays put.
You still have time to book your hair appointment with us. Whether you’re stopping by a dashing party, or ringing in the new year from the comfort of your own couch, why not celebrate 2022 with some glam?! Here are 5 hair-inspo ideas to consider.
Rock your long do’ a la Ariana Grande on Friday. A classic ponytail is fun and not overly complicated. If you’re worried you don’t have the length for it, consider adding ponytail extensions for the night.
You can find a rhinestone chain on sites like Amazon to liven up your simple low ponytail. You could take that strand of rhinestones and use it to highlight your hair part. We also love the idea of rhinestone bobby slides for a chic loose style.
If you're looking for an easy hairstyle you could pull off yourself but still looks like you paid someone to do it, this braided ponytail hairstyle checks all the boxes. All you need is a moisturizing cream for that sleek, shiny, professional finish.
A knot bun will go with any outfit, so if you decide to join a party last minute (even if it’s via Zoom), at least you won’t have to worry about your hair. Elegant and classy, it’ll make even the most basic dress look occasion-worthy and it gives you a chance to flaunt some statement earrings.
Consider a glam 80’s waves ‘do and rock it with a cocktail dress, pantsuit, or even your most fancy robe. Go heavy on the mousse and choose a curling iron with at least a one-inch barrel.
Give us a call to book your NYE’s hairdo. We use exceptional products and styling tools to not only achieve the Glam look you desire, but also help repair and maintain the health of your luscious locks.
Winter is officially here. Has your skin become dry already? There’s nothing pleasant about cracked and irritated skin. So to help you get through these upcoming next cold, dry and dull months, we compiled a list of beauty tools you will need.
Dry brushing is perfect for exfoliating dry winter skin. It helps get rid of dead skin cells, allowing skin to suck up moisture and stay hydrated. Exfoliating also aids in the process of skin renewal, because as dry, dull skin cells are removed, healthy new cells get formed. This means that skin will look more vibrant and bright. It also stimulates your nervous system, which can make you feel invigorated afterward. Try it daily or a few times a week for best results. We recommend dry brushing right before getting in the shower so you can wash off any dead skin cells and flaky skin. Be sure to apply lotion afterward to put moisture back into your skin.
You can always steam with a warm towel, or even over a bowl or sink with hot water - but a facial steamer may provide a more powerful method. Steam opens up your pores and helps loosen any buildup of dirt for a deeper cleanse. Opening up your pores softens blackheads, making them easier to remove. Steaming also promotes circulation, collagen and elastin. And it’s hydrating, soothing, and it can even help a sinus congestion.
Fight more than just a zit. An LED light mimics natural light and boosts serotonin levels, boosting your energy and decreasing stress. It’s perfect timing for such a device as seasonal affective disorder (SAD) might affect some of us now that winter is here. The light therapy from the LED masks can also ward off wrinkles, boost collagen production and increase hydration.
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