Fortune-tellers have predicted, by looking into their shiny globes and eating Zoo-biscuits, that people who have less hair on their faces and preened eyebrows will be more successful in life, or at least be able to perfect playing La Bamba on the accordion in two days. Having some success on your side, and being able to rock it out on the accordion of cool, won’t hurt – so try today’s Groupon of a lip and eyebrow wax plus an eyebrow and eyelash tint at Beauty Skin for R69.
If your eyebrows resemble two grizzly bears who have decided to hibernate on your forehead for the winter, the professionally trained therapists at Beauty Skin have just the thing to divorce your monobrow. Conveniently situated in Kenridge shopping centre in Bellville, this trendy and stylish beauty salon offers the best advice and treatments to protect, repair and non-surgically enhance the appearance and texture of your skin. Waxing is quick, effective and generally painless except for a slight sting. If your wisdom teeth have sprouted or you have ever stubbed your small toe into a camel who was merely minding his own business, the pain of waxing pales in comparison.
After your eyebrows have been primed and preened to perfection, the guru’s at Beauty Skin will give you an eyebrow and eyelash tint. This is a helpful treatment if your eyebrows and eyelashes are sparse or light. The results of your tint will brighten your face and add contrast and balance. The process of this treatment is very similar to having your hair dyed. Dye is carefully applied to the eyebrow and eyelashes and this makes them appear fuller and thicker, drawing more attention to the eye area; Bambi has nothing on the eyebrow and eyelash tint from Beauty Skin. Eyebrow and eyelash tinting can also be matched to the dye you use on the hair on your head to make any "tell-tale" signs of dying less noticeable. Your grizzly friends will be banished to the abyss of charming but overly hairy bears and you will emerge fresh faced and ready to bat your eyelashes at whomever you please after today’s Groupon.
Beauty fact: In 1932 Janet Winchester attempted to make beauty masks from mud she found under her porch. This did not work that well as the mud was mixed with small pebbles and grass and customers complained this hurt their face and turned their skin a light shade of olive green.