Archive for September 3rd, 2010
BeautyTech.com and WWWEB Services have announced BeautyTech’s online contest for high-tech nail artists. The Strut Your Stuff Art and Enhancement 2010 contest will feature two categories, Enhancement and Mixed-Media Nail Art. The contest will take place on the BeautyTech website from October 1-31, 2010. Entries will be available for viewing early November 2010, and winners will be announced Nov. 18. The panel of judges will be composed of highly respected nail professionals and past winners. Prizes will be awarded for first, second, and third place in four categories: Jr. and Sr. Enhancement and Jr. and Sr. Mixed-Media Nail Art. Winners will receive products and merchandise from popular brands in the industry. The contest is open to all licensed beauty professionals, students, and those who live in unlicensed states and countries. Contestants may submit two entries in both the Enhancements and Mixed-Media categories for a fee of $20.00 each. For more information, a complete list of rules and an entry form, click here.
Dreams provide us with insight into many aspects of our lives, including our life’s purpose.With that in mind, The Lodge at Woodloch is excited to announce its new Dreams as Oracle program (starting at $998), which focuses on dreams and shamanic dreamwork. Guests can explore their inner wisdom with hosts John and Ginny Lopis, along with dream coach Paula Scardamalia, in this specially themed weekend, taking place Nov. 12-14. Limited to just 15 participants, this program combines dream workshops, journaling, drumming, and spa treatments to help relax the mind and body. It also includes lavish accommodations, three daily gourmet meals, and health and fitness amenities. Guests can choose from three outstanding dream weekend packages. To find out more, click here.
Aveda recently released a complimentary consultation tool that allows Aveda spas and salons to illustrate to their clients several makeup looks that can be achieved based on their hair, eye, and skin color. Estheticians and retail advisors can use the Makeup Ritual as a product recommendation guide, or it can be made available directly to guests to use. The Makeup Ritual cards help match the right shades of makeup to complement clients’ hair, eyes, and skin tone color, and application tips demonstrate how to apply the makeup properly.