1. What is HD Brows?

HD Brows is a seven-step eyebrow shaping treatment that focuses on design. It involves a combination of techniques, including tinting, waxing and threading, using specialist HD Brows products. There is also a full range of products you can purchase to enhance your brows in between visits.

2. How often will I need the HD Brows treatment?

The length of time your results will last depends on how quickly your hair grows back and how well your hair holds colour. On average you will need them done every 4 weeks.

3. Will I get the result I want straight away?

Most people get the HD Brows look immediately. However, sometimes it takes a few visits for your brows to be perfected.

4. I have over plucked my brows. Can I still have HD Brows?

Yes. Your stylist can put you on a regrowth programme that will train your brows into shape over a course of visits. To speed up your regrowth and make your brows look better between visits, there are HD Brows products that will stimulate growth …


Hey Guys,So I’ve decided to start a YouTube channel, don’t have a clue how it’s going to go.. but what I do no is, it’s going to be packed out with Makeup step by steps and maybe some lash lift tutorials too. I’ve been requested to do a “what’s in my kit” video so many that too. I’m always up for a challenge and this is for sure going to be one.  If there’s any videos any of you would like me to do then email me  And I will do my very best.  Thanks for taking time to read my blog, check back with you soon xox


NOTE: Airbrush makeup is NOT to be confused with Airbrushing in Photoshop. It often is. To know where we are going, first we need to know where we are at, right? While I now endorse and use airbrush makeup, it's not the end-all, be-all magic potion that some suggest that it is. Like all things, there is a time and a place for it, but in order to know if airbrush makeup or traditional makeup is the right choice, let's go over the myths.  Myth: Airbrush Makeup will make me flawless. Any makeup can make you the prettiest version of yourself you can be, it doesn’t have to be airbrush and there are many times it isn’t. The correct application for your own personal needs is more important. (Read: It’s much more important that you hire a great artist than an artist solely based on if they airbrush or not). You know all those nifty YouTube video’s that show you how entirely unrealistic magazine images are? We cannot change the texture of your skin. Only PhotoShop can. Myth: Airbrush Makeu…


In this I will talk about mental health.. -the different types -facts -coping mechanisms  -my experience with mental health  -what else can I do to help, what can you do to help

DIFFERENT TYPES OF MENTAL HEALTH Common DisordersAlcohol/Substance AbuseAlcohol/Substance DependenceAnxiety DisordersAdult Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD/ADD)Bipolar DisorderMajor Depressive EpisodeHypomanic EpisodeManic Episodemixed episodeDepressionEating DisordersGeneralised Anxiety DisorderObsessive-Compulsive DisorderOpioid Use Disorder SymptomsPanic DisorderPostpartum depression(PTSD)schizophreniaSADSocial Anxiety Phobia


The Makeup Studio πŸ’œ
Located in meanwood Leeds!I live where my studio is based (back of my house) so it isn't exactly hard to get to work!
Eventually I would like to move more central but for now I love my little unique studioCurrently it has a girly theme, this time round I went for baby pink πŸ’•  “as it use to be black and white “boring”. I love redecorating, so I don’t no how long it will stay pink for.
I started out working from my dining room, it was not for long but I had to start somewhere right. It became a nightmare “I’m not going to lie” having the kids in one room “just been kids” & me in the other “working on my clients” it was really hard to switch off and get into work mode. I searched around for somewhere to rent but it was so so expensive, “starting out wasn’t easy at all”. So I looked for places to work self employed.. that was a joke too, Big salons wanting your blood and give penny’s back in return! That wasn’t for me. One day as I’m loo…

Hygiene Kit for Mua’s

Essentials to your kit! 🎨this is before you even think about makeup! you need to ensure your keeping everything cleansed and make it a pleasurable experience for yourself and the client.
On my list of must haves is:
• cotton pads• hand sanitiser • chewing gum • disposable wands• disposable lip brushes • cotton buds• wipes• body spray• moisturiser • brush cleaner       • clear organiser      • makeup cleanser      • alcohol spray         πŸ’‹
Cotton pads are for cleaning up under the eye or beneficial if someones eye is watering.
Hand sanitiser for hygiene inbetween clients.
Disposable lip/mascara wands this prevents things like conjunctivitis and coldsores.
Cotton buds for cleaning under the eye and can help if someone has a watery eye.
Wipes , can be used to makeup removal and one milli

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