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Acquiring Makeup for Your New Salon

June 24, 2014
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Acquiring Makeup for Your New Salon

If you’re opening a house salon, and plan to do makeup for clients, you’re going to need lots of makeup. Taking the time to organize out what you ought to have available will help in the long term when clients come in requesting specific brands, specific shades and items that you don’t use daily. There are some basic things you will have to take into consideration before diving in and deciding what to buy, even though depending on what the focus of your salon is, you may need to have more or less readily available. Though makeup may not seem expensive, when you are buying a great deal of small items, it can tally up, so it’s always better to budget these purchases out. One of the largest cosmetics purchases that you will likely need for your salon is really…

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Preparing to Open Your In-Home Salon

June 23, 2014
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Preparing to Open Your In-Home Salon

Starting a new home salon is more work than the majority of people imagine. When you think about working at home, most people think it’s a cakewalk. But getting your business up and running is absolutely quite challenging, no matter what field you are in. If you’re planning to open a salon, there are even more challenges, higher than the normal paperwork, startup costs and promotion. One of the biggest areas of opening a new salon is obtaining all of your current new equipment. When you first set foot within a typical salon, you realize that you’re surrounded by a myriad of equipment that’s specific to the beauty industry. There are adjustable salon shampoo and chairs bowls. Rolling carts hold each of the tools from the trade. Towel warmers, UV lights, airbrush makeup sets and more are typical common too.…

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Make Your Body Healthy, Strong And Fit By Undergoing Paleo And Crossfit Diet Program

February 6, 2014
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Fitness is one aspect on which almost everyone is paying special heed to because there is no better virtue than to have fit, strong and healthy body. People nowadays are turning to strict diet chart and fitness schedules in their quest to achieve a fit body. Human body is genetically programmed to eat certain kinds of food and not the foods that the current generation is finding a great liking towards as those foods slow down the metabolism and digestion of the body thus causing negative effects on the hormones and making people to overeat and hence store excess fat in their bodies. The human body needs just the right amount of vitamins, fats, fibers, carbs and minerals that is usually found in fruits, vegetables, nuts, meats and seeds and not in modern grains, sugars and legumes. The Paleo diet…

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Family Time: 6 Activities That Will Help Build That Lasting Bond

January 30, 2014
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The more technology becomes a part of our lifestyle, the more complicated our lives become. One thing that should not get lost in the turmoil is family time. Setting aside time for family sharing is critical for supporting and nurturing your relationship. Plan activities you can do as a family and schedule them as often as you can. Here are 6 ideas to get you started. Enjoy Nature This can be as simple as taking a walk together after dinner, or you can plan hikes, bike rides, scavenger hunts, bird watching or canoe outings. Some families sign up with community efforts to pick up litter or beautify a park. Many children today do not spend as much time in nature as kids once did, and sharing family time exploring the natural world nurtures children’s creativity and curiosity, provides play time,…

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5 High School Experiences You Actually Apply Into Your

January 30, 2014
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Your high school years may not have been the most amazing in your life. However, that doesn’t mean that you didn’t have some spills and thrills that you can apply to your real life today. Everyone grow sup and realizes certain things were actually beneficial to them, and now we can say with certainty that we’ve found five that everyone will agree on. Slipping on A Banana Peel (Or Anything For That Matter) Everyone, at least once, slipped and fell in front of their entire class or potentially the entire school. The embarrassment was enough to make you not want to go back to school ever again. People didn’t let you live that spill down for years, but now you can see what it has taught you. If only someone had known what was back then. In the present day, you…

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4 Essential Questions to Ask During a Viewing

January 27, 2014
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4 Essential Questions to Ask During a Viewing

When you go to a house viewing you’re there to get a good overall feel for the place, but it’s also important that you ask some pointed questions to go along with your observations. You can tell a lot not just by the answers you receive, but by listening to how the seller answers them. You don’t need to take an entire arsenal of inquiries to rapid-fire at the owners or RE/MAX of Southern Ohio agent; these four essentials will tell you quite a bit. Why are you selling your house? Often the answers will be open and honest. Perhaps their family is outgrowing the space, or maybe the wife received a job offer in another part of the country. If it rings sincere it probably is, but be mindful about hesitations or the seller having a difficult time explaining…

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How To Get Help Taking Care Of Your Family

January 26, 2014
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When it comes to taking care of your family, it seems like it gets harder and harder every day. The price of things go up, but how much you make on a daily basis never seems to grow. This can often lead to having more bills than money. It can be frustrating, trying to meet ends meet each and every month. Thankfully, there are things you can do to help you make the most of every dollar, and save money around the house. A good place to start to learn about how to get help taking care of your household is to talk to your local Department of Human Services office. They can help you to begin the process to apply for various services that can help your family, from getting your daycare needs paid for, to even temporary cash…

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5 Can’t-Beat Tips for Improving Time Management Skills

January 16, 2014
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5 Can’t-Beat Tips for Improving Time Management Skills

Work, school, family, cleaning, cooking, errands and hobbies. Sometimes there aren’t enough hours in the day to accomplish everything you hope to do. Being unable to manage your time effectively means you’ll probably get less done, show up late for appointments and feel more stressed. Vow to improve your time management skills by changing how you go about each day. Buy a New Phone If you’re currently not managing time well, a lot of the blame may lie with your phone. Technology can go hand in hand with better time management, but only if you take advantage of what’s available to you. Get a new cell phone; the phone doesn’t have to be brand new, as even a refurbished one that’s more advanced than your current phone will work, and it’ll cost much less than sticker price. Download a calendar…

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A Professional Credit Repair Company

January 12, 2014
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Having a poor credit score significantly lessens your chances of being able to get a personal loan, let alone getting a loan for a vehicle or a mortgage for a house. If you’re lucky to have a co-signer with excellent credit to supplement your poor credit, you may get approved – but even then, you’ll be saddled with a high interest rate that will severely restrict your budget for the life of the loan. And if you’re not lucky to have a co-signer, unless you’re lucky to have a large down payment to put down (sometimes up to 20 percent or even 30 percent of the loan’s value!), you probably will be denied altogether. While ordering your credit report may be a fairly straightforward process, and possibly a free transaction depending on the state you live in, you will quickly…

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The Surprising Perks of Giving

January 9, 2014
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The Surprising Perks of Giving

It isn’t news that giving to charity also includes some perks for the giver. After all, acting on the motivation to help others — regardless of the method — has always included that sparkling kickback known as “feeling good about yourself.” However, the perks of generosity can go far beyond a fleeting emotional high to everything from actual tangible rewards to real health benefits. No matter where you like to give, it seems that doing so is in your best interest. Here is a look at a handful of the many ways that charitable giving is not just a gift to others but a gift to yourself. Rewards While sometimes it’s just a mug or other piece of branded swag that finds its way back to you after a donation, many charities have relationships with other entities who provide them…

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