29 Aug 2018

Berodin has landed! Three reasons why you need it in your clinic.

Have you heard the news?! Berodin Wax has landed at Cosmetologists! This, as we like to say, is the "pimp daddy" of all waxing systems... the one wax to rule them all... the wax of all waxes...  There are several things that make up an excellent beauty therapist: training, expertise, and in our eyes, using the best wax is one of the most important. If you’re deciding between a few professional waxing brands, there are a few reasons that make Berodin Wax the best in the business… keep reading to understand why it’s so unique. Two waxes are all you need One of the glorious things about Berodin is that it includes just two waxes: one hard and one soft.…
Berodin has landed! Three reasons why you need it in your clinic.
The dreaded question - "Black or Blue-Black?"
13 Jul 2018

The dreaded question - "Black or Blue-Black?"

Your client books in for a lash tint. They lay down on the bed and you, the professional beauty therapist, ask the dreaded question. "Black or Blue-Black?" Sounds familiar? Let's face it, 90% of clients booking in for a lash tint EXPECT this question and (bar shades of brown for a more subtle look) these are the shades we are taught to use for accentuating the eyelashes. In this day-and-age, is it really enough that our clients still only have two choices? A client can walk into their local hairdresser and choose any hue from purple to green. Imagine if your hairdresser sat you down with a latte and proclaimed, "so will it be light or dark brown today?" You would…
20 Jun 2018

Introducing the world's first plant-based, oxidant-free tints

We all know the importance of patch testing clients prior to application of oxidative tints. Typically tint developer will be a 3% peroxide solution. While hydrogen peroxide offers a myriad of benefits for the skin, it has harmful effects too. Are you aware of the side effects of hydrogen peroxide on the skin? Overuse of hydrogen peroxide damages skin cells which leads to premature ageing. Too much application of hydrogen peroxide can lead to dry skin and irritation a precursor for pimples and acne breakouts. Increased levels of hydrogen peroxide on the skin can lead to vitiligo- the loss of the dark pigment of skin. Some people can suffer from serious allergic skin reactions with symptoms such as burning sensation and…
Introducing the world's first plant-based, oxidant-free tints