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NEWSLETTER AND EVENTS

It's been an eventful few weeks at Randle & Randle; business is booming and there seem to be changes daily!  I'll start the blog with the bad/ugly before the good and the beautiful. Bad and the ugly So...........the images above greeted us yesterday morning...

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ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS – GLOWING SKIN

Party season is fast approaching, and one of the first things to suffer from over indulgence is our skin (oh..... and the liver!),  Follow our tips to keep your skin soft, supple and glowing throughout Christmas and into the new year.  Remember your skin is for life,...

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WHAT DO YOU LOOK FOR FROM YOUR HAIRDRESSER AND SALON?

As business owners we wonder on a daily basis what attracts or detracts customers from coming into our salon; so this time we had a discussion over a glass of wine at a much more civilised hour of the day.  The following are our personal opinions and we'd love to hear...

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LONDON; INSPIRING AND TIRING!!

So bloggers......................London and our Christmas do. After a very busy end to the trading week we left work on Saturday with the team brief to meet at the station in the morning for no later than 9.15am.  As most of you are aware being in the hair &...

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EFFORT

It's a short blog this week as I'm on another training course for two days this week and time is precious.  New body treatments will be on the menu soon so keep your eyes peeled for some offers! As new business owners Glynn and I have learned a huge amount in a short...

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MASSAGE: A THERAPISTS’ INSIGHT

This weeks blog topic recounts my personal experiences on becoming and working as a professional therapist, and how my first love of massage has given me food for thought, developed my skills and shown me various humerous moments over the years. Definition of massage:...

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SKIN: FACTS

If you decide to become a beauty therapist, ask for an honest blow by blow account of what is involved before signing up and ensure you understand the level of knowledge that is required to work in the industry.  Each system of the body (anatomy and physiology) is...

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WAXING – HOW, WHEN AND WHY?

Hair removal can be traced back to Egyptian times.  The women would use tweezers made from sea shells to pull out their hair (including the hair on their head), or rub it off with pumice stones.  A major development was the concoction of oil and honey to make a sticky...

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CLEANSING V SKIN WIPES

Last week we held a skin event at Randle and Randle; as part of Face Map the Nation we were aiming to contribute to dermalogica's target of analysing 20,000 skins throughout September and recommending suitable products to deal with concens and problems. We welcomed...

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