Hair Trends

Time is everything and let’s face facts, none of us want to spend hours on our hair! Hair trends are constantly changing and evolving…just like us! With busy lifestyles and for people on the go, we look to our hair gods in hope for answers and tricks so that you can breeze through your busy schedule with hair that looks effortless!

One of the biggest trends right now, scrunchies! They are making a comeback unlike no other, whether it be a low, loose ponytail or a clean sleek pulled back look..it’s sure to make a great accessory.

Undone messy braids are very ideal for the people who want their hair out of their face but want to change things up with a touch of boho vibes.


Request for long, textured bangs in salons is rising! A versatile and undone look that makes any short bob, mid-length or long locks come to life! A great mix up for someone who likes their natural texture but just wants to add some complimenting pieciness around their face.


Dry shampoo is on the rise! It’s already been said that shampooing everyday isn’t good for the hair because it’s stripping the hair of all its natural oils. Dry shampoo helps matte out the greasy areas while also adding a fresh fragrance so that you can wake up spray and go!


What is an esthetician?

What is an Esthetician?

A n esthetician is a specialist in the cleansing, beautification, and preservation of the health of skin on the entire body, including the face and neck.

An important part of professional development is a commitment to upholding ethical standards: the moral principles by which we live and work. Good character, proper conduct, and moral judgment expressed through personality and human relations. In different professions, codes of ethics are classified by boards or commissions. In esthetics this is most often generated by the Board of Cosmetology: each state board sets the ethical standards that must be followed by all estheticians who work in that state. These guidelines are essential to maintain the credibility and integrity of our profession, protecting consumers, and earning the public’s trust.

To be clear, estheticians are expected to be knowledgeable about skincare. They are trained to perform specialized skin care services and to advise and educate clients on product and techniques. To do this well, we must maintain competency, act responsibly, protect client confidentiality, avoid exploitation, and demonstrate exemplary conduct. Obtaining the appropriate state license or certificate to practice esthetics is the first step in establishing credibility. Estheticians should also be conscious of regulations set forth by the FDA and other government agencies, such as FTC and the CPSC who function is to protect the consumer and prevent the public from being duped by false claims and advertising. The NCEA is an organization that was developed to support estheticians and the public in which they serve. The following is their mission statement: The mission of the NCEA is to represent the esthetic profession by defining and conveying standards of practice, while educating the industry and the public(Milady Standard Fundamentals of Esthetics)

Why did I write about this? Because anyone can do a facial, wax an eyebrow or SELL products but do they really know what it is to be an esthetician? I DO! No matter if I have one client or a thousand, each one of them will know what it is to be service by an esthetician with 21 years of knowledge and still loves what she does #Iloveskin