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debbiedoo

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Hi I'm currently training in level 2 beauty in college.We are doing facials at the moment and just trying to get my equipment for when I'm qualified.Ive got most things but am struggling to get bowls for rinsing sponges or mitts.At college they have larger ones and smaller ones.Does anyone know where sells them xx
 

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Hi I'm currently training in level 2 beauty in college.We are doing facials at the moment and just trying to get my equipment for when I'm qualified.Ive got most things but am struggling to get bowls for rinsing sponges or mitts.At college they have larger ones and smaller ones.Does anyone know where sells them xx
Hav a look online at Ellisons. You can join as a student. They sell mitts, bowls and everything you need. For home use maybe not now but when your further into your training invest in a copper bowl. It will hold the temperature of the water keeping it hot, for your facial clients.
 

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Nice looking glass mixing bowls work well, easy to clean and will go in dishwasher if needed.
Plastic bowls gradually discolour and get fine scratches over time.
 

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Hav a look online at Ellisons. You can join as a student. They sell mitts, bowls and everything you need. For home use maybe not now but when your further into your training invest in a copper bowl. It will hold the temperature of the water keeping it hot, for your facial clients.
Thankyou I will have a look on there
 

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Nice looking glass mixing bowls work well, easy to clean and will go in dishwasher if needed.
Plastic bowls gradually discolour and get fine scratches over time.
I did think about mixing bowls instead.Thankyou,I ll see what I can find
 

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I use a small glass mixing bowl, looks nice, easy to clean & pretty lightweight.
 

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