I’ve shared many times already that investing in laser hair removal was one of the best decisions, beauty-wise, I have ever made. I would even say that it was life changing for me. It is a personal choice whether or not you want your hair removed but if you do want that – I personally was very impressed by laser, and I did try many other methods.
You can’t expose the treated skin to the sunlight for some time, hence now, when it’s Autumn – it’s the best time to book your first appointment. It will take a few months to get it all sorted so you should be done by your next summer holiday. This is why I bring you a collaboration with a beauty writer on the benefits of laser hair removal.
From hairy armpits to fuzzy legs and everywhere in-between, fighting the battle against body hair has become a modern obsession. When it comes to hair removal, there are plenty of methods to choose from but some are more effective than others.
One of the most popular methods is laser hair removal. It may sound hi-tech and maybe even a little scary but laser hair removal offers a quick and easy way to banish that unwanted hair which is causing you grief.
Read on to find out just what makes laser hair removal such a popular choice and how it could work for you.
1. Reduces Hair Regrowth
One of the main advantages of laser hair removal is that it drastically reduces hair regrowth. By destroying the hair follicles with laser beams, your hair regrowth is drastically halted and most users experience a significant reduction in the number of unwanted hairs wherever they have treatment.
If you’re sick of shaving, threading or waxing, laser hair removal offers more effective and longer-lasting results. Many users even have permanent results with no hair regrowth once their treatment course has finished.
Even though it is already September who wouldn’t want to go on a lovely and relaxing holiday? I want one even more now that I am watching The Durrells and enjoying their life on Corfu which is why it was a perfect time for this collaboration on how to plan a health focused holiday, because, let’s face it, we all could do with one.
3 Options For a Health-Focused Holiday
Holidays are traditionally times when individuals focus on destressing, detoxing, and
recharging for another year at work, giving them ample time to relax and reap the rewards of their hard work throughout the year. However, the new fashion for health-focused holidays puts these benefits at the forefront of their ideology, leaving holiday-goers feeling fitter, healthier, and mentally and emotionally strong.
Fitness and sports have long been fashionable options for those interested in keeping fit on holiday, with many different organised tours and independent travel options available to
those who want to combine their holiday with staying healthy. Playing sports and performing fitness activities enables people to prevent fatal illnesses such as heart disease and stroke, improves your muscle and bone strength and the working or your organs, and can even help your brain functions.
One of the most popular options for sporting
I am not someone who is obsessed with [my] Birthday, and tell everyone about it. But since friends and family keep asking me what I want, it made sense to make a list, and share some of the things with you, too. I have chosen to post the items that may be of interest to you. Maybe it will inspire you to get these things for yourself, or maybe you are just curious about what I want. I know I am always curious to see all those wish lists.
New Phone. I mainly use my phone for calling or sending messages, and I use my iPad mini for everything else on the go. This is why I like phones like Nokia and Blackberry qwerty. My F&F find it to be a really weird thing. But it is not gonna change, I would like a new phone like that, too.
Something To Read
I am an avid reader, so my list could be ridiculously long but I have chosen to post only the relevant [for the website] items. And I still don’t have any of these books yet.
It’s hard to believe that Makeup4all Turned 8 years on the 14th of February! I never thought I would still have it after such a long time. I would really love to thank all of you for taking your time, and reading it. I have actually decided to celebrate yesterday, and it was the most wonderful day!
If you want to know how it all started and
Last time I’ve posted my list of books to read was back in 2013, so it is definitely time for an update. I do post about books I am reading on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest thought, if you are interested.
Before we start, I just want to mention that I did a feature about the beauty books every girl (interested in the subject, obviously) should read.
So here are nine books that I plan on reading in the near future. I already have them all, except the last one which is not out yet (but I have it on pre-order).
1. Franz Kafka The Trial.
Don’t know how it happened but somehow I never read this book.
2. François Mauriac. The Desert Of Love.
Mauriac was a favourite author of my literature professor from university, and that is a very high recommendation for me. Had this book on my “to read” list for ages now.
3. Frank McCourt. Angela’s Ashes.