I spent a recent weekend curled up with a stack of decorating magazines. I read them cover to cover – usually back to front, but that’s the way I read most magazines and newspapers. I studied each photograph and tried to determine the particular design concept that was being presented. I looked at the number and placement of accessories, how and where arrangements of items were hung on the walls, choices of color and texture, and flooring selections. Each photo was scrutinized in the minutest detail. At some point I started to wonder for whom these absolutely gorgeous rooms were designed.
The closer we get to our goals the more effort, action and energy we are willing to put forth. Rayna came home from school a few weeks ago and shared how she did a pedicure. She really dislikes doing pedicures. It was interesting to watch her make sacrifices as she moved closer to her goal. Luckily Rayna specializes in hair cutting, styling and color.
Is Aunt Freda begging to help you decorate? Does Uncle Fred know exactly how to string those lights to make the pavilion a perfect little love nest? If so, let them. This will keep the family happy, which will also keep your stress level down, and it makes for a low budget wedding. The same goes for cosmetics. Rather than paying a professional makeup artist to paint you beautiful, have the friend from Salons school do it for you. Of course, you’ll want to have a trial run or two, but that will make perfect bonding dates with your bridesmaids who are complaining you’re always with your man.
Yes, the flashy and catchy car ads that you see over the place. I’ve seen Barber Shops promoting their services on cars, air conditioning companies, AVON, dinner shops, large corporations, and etc. This is a great way to gather new prospects and put them in your marketing funnel for later marketing.
Most of the ingredients in those cheaper shaving creams are generic, and are typically blended with harsh synthetic chemicals that can actually damage the skin. A lot of these shaving creams also contain large amounts of fragrances, which are usually accompanied by alcohol. The alcohol dries out the skin and produces microscopic breaks. This is why people usually cut themselves while shaving. The razor hits those cracks, instead of gliding smoothly across the skin.
One tool in hair care is the brush and ensuring that you have the right brush is key to maintaining great looks. The right hair brush is also ideal for your hair’s overall health. Many people try hard to accomplish the ideal style neglect the fact that it is a combination of the stylist’s skills, the hair style and texture and the right brush that produces the final look. To avoid dismal results in hair it is important to find the right stylist who understands the type of hair that you have and use the right brush.
There are many more opportunities that I have not mentioned and if your choice is one of these, I apologize. Good luck on your career, no matter what your choice may be.