The Beauty Bimbo Stereotype

One thing I have come across numerous times in my career so far is that being a Beauty Therapist comes along with a major stereotype, stupid bimbo. Not only is this far from wrong but its ridiculous! I see painting a nail or producing nail art a talent which you can’t be taught but only … Continue reading

CND Shellac – Forbidden Collection

So as autumn approaches it’s about time for a new Shellac collection to be released. I was not impressed with the last collection, Summer Splash, as all the colours were so similar to previously released collections. For example Lobster Roll was similar to Tropix and Grape gum was somewhere in between Rock Royalty and Purple … Continue reading

SCRATCH – Teenage Tech Talk

The postman has been very generous again and after a weeks wait SCRATCH Magazine has finally arrived! I’ve had the good news to share with you for way over a month now but wanted to see the article myself first. After the link of my blog was posted on Scratch Magazine’s Facebook page, writer Helen … Continue reading

The Future’s Bright

Sorry bloggers I know I’ve been hiding the past couple of weeks mainly due to how busy I have been preparing for my holiday on a cruise round the Mediterranean this month. But I have mainly been hiding to save some good news for you! I have a new job! I am now leaving The … Continue reading

Troubleshooting with Acrylic

At the beginning of the year I completed my 20 week course with Nail Harmony in Fusion Acrylic. But since leaving and taking on more clients I feel like I have lost my way, which is why I decided to return to Red 10 Doncaster for a one-to-one with Lauren Varley. I have been suffering … Continue reading

The Bible of Nail Art

Scratch Magazine’s, Helena Biggs, has recently launched her first ever nail art book simply named ‘Nail Art – Inspiring designs by the world’s leading technicians’ My parents pre-ordered my copy back in March as a birthday present for me and eventually the postman delivered it on Monday. I ripped it open with excitement and ran … Continue reading