The history of make-up includes uses by ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans. Minerals, ground-up stones, clay and even insects have been used to add a bit of colour to ones’ daily life.
A look at the popular advanced Chemical Peel Treatments
GWD is a social project that is aimed at everyone. The main goals of GWD are to add value to our lives, make us think of our lifestyle choices, evaluate our stress and last but not least to incorporate healthy living.
Are you a previous or existing student of Beauty Therapy Institute?
We now want to give back to you. All Loyal students become known as BTI GEMS.
What is your GEM status?
Quite a scary statement. ‘Going under the Knife’. People underestimate the ‘middle’ of beauty. It’s either the normal conventional treatments we all know such as facials, mani’s, pedi’s, tinting, etc. Or the more extreme, invasive treatments such as rhytidectomy (facelift), rhinoplasty (nose), blepharoplasty (eyes), etc. What everyone seems to forget is what’s in the ‘middle’.…
Doing home facials or treatments may be a good way to save money, but do these treatments work? And more importantly, are they safe? Here’s the truth about home facials.
“I want to do nails” … I statement that is often heard. Yes, we love the nail industry and see the immense value in it.
Nail art has become part of everyday living, where people need to have nail art on their nails whether it be something simple or making a statement with advanced techniques.
It takes a lot of blue to stay green… With “day zero” looming ahead in the Western Cape, we’ve had to seriously consider the way we look at how our industry affects our environment. Leonardo Da Vinci said: “Water is the driving force of all nature.” We so heavily rely on this valuable commodity for…
Sandy Fuhr addressed her special award recipients and graduates at their ceremonies in Lagos, Johannesburg and Cape Town: Good morning to you all, our special graduates on this day, a day to be remembered long into your future. What has been over the past months, and year, is just that. In the past. So today…