Hope it went well for you! I don’t do a lot of beauty anymore but still work in customer service, we phone customers a couple of days before their appointments and tell them the cost so they are ready to pay when they come in and they still argue about when they get there
I use gellux, it’s great but can be hard to get off, you have to do thin layers to have a chance! The colours are really nice and good variety. I used to work in a salon and used shellac and gelish, I would pick gelish all day everyday over shellac
2m distancing is still in place so how are you going to not go within 2m of a client and do their hair? There are loads of places like supermarkets looking for staff at the moment if you are struggling for money and when you can safely go back to hairdressing you can leave
Following the guidelines from the government I will be going back to work on Thursday (non beauty/hairdressing)
To say I’m nervous is an understatement, I work in frontline customer service and I know what people can be like
So since lockdown I haven’t worn make up for over a month now. So far I have learnt that foundation really helps my rosacea and my skin is worse than ever!
Have any of you tried to detox your skin during lockdown?
Thank you! I am only asking as last time I wanted something done to my hair they just threw bleach and bleach bath at it and not trying any colour reducers and didn’t strand test first. My hair wasn’t compromised luckily but it was a waste of time and money
I won’t be attempting this myself, I need to find a hairdresser.
I don’t trust hairdressers and even thinking about going to one makes me anxious.
All I am looking for is a little advice on how to choose one to trust.
I have attached pictures below or what my hair is like now and what...