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Laser Hair Removal Update

If you are a regular reader of Fashion and Style Police, then you will know all about my laser hair removal journey (well if you didn’t know, you do now). I decided to have the Laser Hair Removal done on my chin because I found the hairs annoying, and I found threading very painful and inconvenient.

 

 

I had 6 sessions done between 2015-2016, and my chin has been hair free for months now, which is beyond fabulous. From needing a threading session done every month, to not needing any form of hair removal for months feels so good. I can’t remember seeing my chin look this good. I thought I would have needed to get a touch-up session done by now, but I am glad to say I am yet to need one.

For anyone thinking of having a laser hair removal done, I would recommend you go for it! It is definitely one of the best cosmetic treatments I have ever done, and I would do it over and over again, if I had the chance. However do make sure you do you are 100% happy with the laser clinic before you part with your cash.

Here are 5 things you should know before starting your laser hair removal treatment –

  1. Go for clinics with the latest laser technologies, City Hair Removal London Clinic is a great laser clinic to check out.
  2. Go for clinics that offer free consultation.
  3. Go for clinics that offer finance options for payment to help spread the cost of treatment if needed.
  4. Have a patch test before you begin treatment, so you see how your skin reacts to the laser.
  5. All laser hair removal treatments should be performed by highly trained therapists certified on each machine.

 

 

What are your thoughts on Laser Hair Removal Treatment? Have you had it done? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Thanks for reading and commenting. Have a lovely week ahead.

 

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Damaris Goddrie Covers ELLE UK April 2017

The beautiful model of the year – Damaris Goddrie is the cover girl for ELLE UK April 2017, and I am loving it. She looks amazing on the cover.

 

 

This stunning 19-year-old Dutch model has fronted campaigns for Zara, Versus, Coach, Kenzo, Topshop, and many more brands, and I think she is the perfect cover girl, with the most amazing curly hair ever! She is hair goals right here!

In her interview with ELLE Magazine, Damaris Goddrie talks about her modelling career, and everything else in between. Here are a few quotes from her interview –

 

Her Go-to Outfit

My go-to outfit is a pair of knee-high stockings. I wear them with a short skirt and a crop top. Sometimes I throw a sweater over the top; I have one from Moschino that has little lips with cigarettes between them embroidered all over it โ€“ that’s getting a lot of wear at the moment.

 

Spotted by a Model Booker

I was 16, shopping with my mum, and I wasn’t interested in being a model. A year later, I was spotted by JD again while I was eating in a fast-food restaurant. I guess I was ready that time. I wasn’t always sure I wanted to model. I was into being curvy and beautiful โ€“ not the model ‘ideal’.

 

 

I would love to flip the pages of this issue, it sounds like it would be a great read, and the cover star is such a beauty. The other articles also sound very interesting. I would love to read the Diverse Skincare for all Women and The Denim Report, sound like they would be worth reading.

Will you be reading this issue? What do you think ofย Damaris Goddrie? Please sound off in the comments section below, let’s chat.

Thanks for reading, commenting and sharing.

Happy Mother’s Day to all the amazing mothers out there.

 

How to Multitask Effectively

How would it be like if you could do so many things at the same time and have all your work done quicker? As a freelancer with so many deadlines to meet and projects to work on, finishing your work quickly sounds is the best thing anyone could ask for.

 

 

Although multitasking is not really welcomed by so many experts there has been a deep interest in the possibility of making the positive results become a reality. Experts say that multitasking does not necessarily make you do your work quickly and even if it did, your work would be shoddy and the quality below standard.

But does this mean that multitasking effectively is unattainable? Absolutely not! There is obviously a right and wrong way to do things. Freelancers need to be extremely careful when trying to multitask because most times you have your client’s work involved. The goal should always be to work quickly without compromising quality. And if you had to choose between speed and service, it would be wise to choose service at all times.

Here are steps you need to take to multitask effectively

 

Step #1 – Focus on what’s important

Prioritizing when it comes to multitasking is key. The main problem people face when it comes to multitasking is their ability to decide on which of the tasks to work on first and then switch to next.

Making decisions takes time and consequently eat into the little time you have left to work. Trying to figure out what to do next can leave you feeling confused.

Before you start the day decide on what you want to achieve and what you think are the most important tasks for the day. Try to limit yourself to 3 very important tasks.

Next arrange the task in order of priority and promise yourself that no matter what happens you will stick to the order.

 

Step #2 – Draw up a to-do list

Now that you have your 3 major tasks, next thing you need to do is have a list of steps you need to take to complete those tasks. The to-do list will give you a visual sequence of how you will tackle the task for the day.

At this stage it may seem like you’re not doing much of multitasking but it is necessary to make sure you make the most of your time.

 

 

 

Step #3 – Do the activities that can be done together

Grouping activities together is where the multitasking comes in. Unlike what most people do – doing several things at random – you now have a more defined set of activities you need to do, thanks to the to-do list.

However there are some activities that overlap. For example, let’s say you need to find inspirational quotes for your blog, curate content for your social media accounts and get in touch with your followers. You can do all this at the same time by grouping them together. You can go on Twitter and search for inspirational quotes, retweet the ones that will resonate with your audience (curating content) and answer your mentions (getting in touch with your audience) all at the same time.

So go through your list of activities and group the ones you can do at the same time. That will help you cut out a lot of time.

 

Step #4 – Practice makes perfect

The truth about multitasking is that you only get better with constant practice. Following the steps above correctly will help you get better at the art of multitasking effectively So don’t get discouraged at first when you are not able to work as fast as you had expected to.

 

Have you mastered the art of multitasking?