Want To Teach Cosmetology? 3 Things To Consider

Cosmetology is a varied and exciting field that encompasses hair styling, nail care, skin care, and makeup. Making their clients look and feel beautiful is one of the benefits of being a cosmetologist. For those who want to share their skills and to help other people learn their trade, teaching is a great option. However, it often requires more than just being proficient to be accepted as a cosmetology teacher. Here are three things that those who are looking to teach cosmetology should consider: Read More 

Getting Colored Tattoos: 3 Tips To Prevent The Color From Fading Due To Melanin Production

Colored tattoos are much more susceptible to fading over time. This can significantly affect the overall aesthetics of the tattoos and cause them to need to be recolored. While there are many causes for discoloration, natural melanin production by the body plays a large role. When your body produces melanin, the melanin travels to the skin above the tattoos and can then partially or completely obscure the tattoo pigmentation. To prevent this from happening, consider and implement the following 3 tips after getting your tattoo at the tattoo parlor. Read More 

2 Drinks You Can Use To Color Your Hair At Home

There are many different hair dyes you can use to color your hair: some permanent and some temporary. Here are instructions to tint your hair a different color by using coffee or Kool-Aid. Coffee Coffee beans have been around for centuries to create a natural caffeine-containing stimulant drink, but you can do more with brewed coffee than drink it. You can use organic roasted coffee beans to make a rich brown hair dye that can even color gray hair and is free of the chemicals that can be found in boxed hair dyes. Read More 

Inner Thigh Blackheads: Why Do You Have Them And How Do You Get Rid Of Them?

If you have blackheads on your inner thighs, you may want to find a solution to your problem that won't leave your skin red, bruised or infected. Blackheads are called black-headed comedones, or blocked skin pores. While much of the information provided on DIY sites can help you, some of the tips may cause more harm than good. Potentially harmful solutions, such as scraping off the outer layer of your skin or scrubbing your skin too much, may only aggravate your skin or push the blackheads deeper into your pores. Read More