Esthetician or Aesthetician? Pt. 5

Happppppyyyy Friiiiiiiiidaaaaaaay!
Technically it's my Thursday. But it feels like Friday... Which I can't decide if that's a good or a bad thing. All I know, is that I need a weekend... Badly.

On to the beauty tips!

Many of you have expressed concerns with acne and what kind of treatment would be good for you.

Well, how about an acne facial? haha!

To those of you with oily and/ or acne- severe or not, I suggest getting a High Frequency Treatment. I LOVE THIS FACIAL! It is by far my favorite facial! It's so much fun, I practice this every chance I get. Ok, so it can hurt. But it's totally worth it, and it doesn't hurt that badly. Plus, the benefits are amazing!

What happens (BASICALLY) is this:

There are three MAIN steps to this facial. First they'll use a galvanic current on a negative setting to turn your oil into soap! Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaat?! YES! OIL INTO SOAP! How awesome is that?! This process opens your pores and softens the tissue.
Second, they'll use a High Frequency Electrode. This has so many benefits I can't list them all. Some are that it drys out acne and speeds up the healing process, minimizes pores, helps the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, helps with the tone of your skin, and SO much more.
Third, they'll use the Galvanic current again, only this time on a positive setting. This closes the pores back up, soothes the nerves, hardens and firms the tissue, and pushes the products used (masks, toners, etc) into the skin so you receive the full benefits of them.

Doesn't that sound wonderful?! Well, it is! So yes, if you have oily, acne, or normal skin- look into getting this treatment! It's my favorite.

Someone asked me how I suggest you clean your makeup brushes-

Answer: with shampoo. :) Your brushes should be real hair (of some kind), so shampoo is how you should wash them.

That's all I have for this week. I graduated out of Freshman this week (exciting!), so I am OFFICIALLY taking clients! If you live near me, come and get something done! It'll help me graduate! haha!

Oh, and in case you missed it, here is what I did in my fantasy makeup class last week. This is my friend Kandace who I turned into Effie Trinket from the Hunger Games! Compare to THIS picture.

It was so much fun and I'm hoping to help out with the makeup at a fashion show this weekend! Happy Friday everyone! Any fun plans?


Lauren said...

I've never heard of that type of facial before. And you have yourself some skills! These pictures are awesome!


mackenzie said...

you were right i LOVED your fantasy makeup post!! your Effie is amazing!! :)

GingerPeachT said...

Oooh yes I've had that type of facial!! What tipped me off was the gauze over the face and the tube thingy lol I'll have to get another one soon.

I just saw a pic of the real Effie and omg you did an amazing job!!! I still haven't read the series. No one will tell me what's it about! Lol

My Soul is the Sky said...

oh my gosh. that make up looks so fun! I would love to have that done to me :) It looks so professionally done. oh facials are so fabulous. you lucky girl! and i'm jealous you're getting the st. george weather in February!

stephanie said...

ummm can i come visit you and get that treatment? sounds amazing!!!!

Christi Lynn said...

shampoo?! genius! thanks for the tips :)

Alyx said...

Okay, so question... could you still get this type of facial if you have dry skin and acne?

Deveny said...

I'm loving your tips! Keep up these posts! :)
And yor fantasy makeup was AMAZING

Shaunelle said...

That shampoo tip makes so much sense! Why didn't I think of that before?? Also, maybe I need to plan a trip down there and make an appointment with you? I'm thinking sometime this Spring!

Emmett Katherine said...

Girl you have some mad makeup skills!!! Come and do mine please? You've got some serious talent there. Acne facials look so technical/science lab ish lol. Guess you can tell I've never had a facial before!!

Let It Be Raw said...

I really, really want to get a facial. I'll have to go back and check out your make-up tutorial. I'm always looking for a new tips to help with photo portraits, so thanks!

Rolled Up Pretty said...

K this facial looks AMAZING!

Katie said...

that makeup is amazing! I've always wished I had a nack for makeup and could wear it as well as your friend there.

great job! congrats on moving on up in school, that's awesome.


miki said...

My momma is an esthetician and i love any facials, but I haven't had the high frequency yet.... It looks pleasant enough :)

steph said...

cute blog deary! love it. that makeup is super fabulous!

Amber said...

that facial sounds kinda scary but I would take the risk if it meant no more zits. Congrats on graduating. Hope you get some clients soon!

Stop by and enter my Vedette giveaway!

Beckie said...

Ya know, I actually am not acne-prone at all (and consider myself very lucky!) but I do have dry skin which makes it almost impossible to wear any face foundation or powder. I look forward to reading what you have to say for us dry-skinned folks ; ]

And I am so impressed with your makeup! She looks runway-ready!!

Shalyn said...

Wow, your already seeing clients? YAY FOR YOU! I loved the info. you gave on the facial- how much do those usually run?

Lindsey said...

awesome makeup! i love it. best of luck with school!!

Samantha said...

effie!!! love it!

Michelle Elizabeth said...

Shampoo! of course! thank you so much dear!



memory said...

Aw shucks... if only I lived in your state I would SO totally get you to give me one of them facials.


Suzanne said...

That is the coolest thing!! She is so Effie we'd recognize her anywhere.

This is my first time on your blog & I'm loving it. Off to check out more of it!

Emily Baker said...

wow. i love the makeup. that looks freakin AWESOME!

Megan said...



P.S. I love these esthetician or aesthetician posts you are doing! I've already learned so much.

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