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Top Beauty School in London

You all know how crazy I am about the beauty and the laser hair removal technology right? Well if you didn’t know, you know now! I have written extensively about my laser hair removal experience (I had my last session in July) and how amazing my life is now without me worrying or thinking of when next I would need to go for another round of painful threading.

For those who do not know, I recently completed 6 sessions of laser hair removal on my chin. The treatment went on for about 7 months, and it completed changed my life for the better. I am a bit hairy which can be a pain when the hair starts to grow on and around places I don’t want it growing. So having my laser hair removal treatment was a blessing.

 

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I am a bit obsessed with the laser industry, and that is why I keep updating you guys and myself on what is going on in the industry. I like to know what else is new. Like what else the laser machines can do, and what new technology or treatment method has been discovered. During one of my many researches, I came across Ray Cochrane Beauty School. This Beauty School was founded in 1954 by Late Mrs Ray Cochrane, and It is one of the top beauty schools where the professionals that perform this laser treatment and other beauty treatments go to study. The beauty school offers Beauty Therapy Courses, Level 4 Aesthetic Laser/IPL Training Course and Nail Technician Courses in a fantastic real life learning environment.

 

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I know many of us who have taken time off work for whatever reason may be looking to retrain in a completely new industry, or you could just want a career change to pursue your dreams and aspirations. The laser industry is currently booming, and many are people are getting into it. There are many beauty schools available in the City of London. Too many that it can be quite hard to find the right beauty school. But among the many beauty schools in the city, Ray Cochrane Beauty School stands out for all the right reasons. Here are some of the reasons why this beauty school stands out from the rest โ€“

 

Well-Established

Ray Cochrane is the longest established CIDESCO (the world’s major international beauty therapy association) beauty school in the UK โ€“ and possibly internationally. So it was well-known in the industry, and great to have on your CV, because employers would be certain you would have the right skills needed to perform your duties brilliantly.

 

Convenient Location

Ray Cochrane Beauty School is situated in the heart of London. It is less than 2 minutesโ€™ walk away from Baker Street underground tube station, which connects to all the zones for an easy commute. This fabulous location is also perfect for lunch time with the popular coffee shops, restaurants and retail shops around.

 

Great Tutors and Facilities

This beauty school is one of the few centres in the UK equipped with both Laser and IPL machines (most centres have just IPL machines), which is great for the students, because they will be practising with the equipments they will be working with.The tutors are also supportive, informed and have many years of experience.

 

These are some of the reasons why Ray Cochrane Beauty School is a top beauty school in London. Have you ever thought of taking a beauty course? Have you heard of Ray Cochrane Beauty School?

 

*This is a collaborative post.

 

 

 

 

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My Laser Hair Removal Journey: The Sixth Session

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I had my sixth and last (for now) laser hair removal treatment some days ago. If you remember, I had my fifth laser hair removal session sometime in April, and I was advised to give it a couple of months before coming in for my last session. Well, I began to notice some fine hairs on my chin some weeks ago, so I got my last session booked. For those who do not know or for those who have forgotten what I am on about, since it has been a while I have written about my laser hair removal journey, let me fill you in……

I am quite hairy. It runs in the family! But I like to have my hair where it looks pretty. So my eyebrows, on my head, eyelashes, looks fab. But any other part of my body, I do not like. So when an opportunity came for me to have a laser hair treatment done, I jumped at it! I decided to have the treatment done on my chin as I find it really annoying when I see hairs on it. Before I started this treatment, I used to have it threaded off, while I shaved or used a hair removal cream on every other part. I found that I had to thread my chin every 6 weeks, and I also found threading very painful.

I started this treatment in November 2015, and so far I am seriously amazed at the results. The hair on my chin do not grow at the terrific rate they used to before, and when they do surface, they are so fine, you can hardly feel them, not half as coarse as they use to be before the treatment.

 

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I had about 6 weeks in between all treatments except the last treatment, I waited 3 months before I realised I needed it. The last session at Laser Chic Manchester, went as smoothly as all other sessions. It was quick, I was done in about 10 minutes. It was slightly more uncomfortable than the previous treatments. My skin felt hot for the rest of the day. I guess because it has been a while. Thanks to the Janssen Cosmetics Sensitive Skin Complex, my chin started to fill a lot better after some hours, and it is completely fine now.

So far I am really impressed with the results. I know I may be needing some top-ups in the future, but for now I am happy I no longer have to go through the painful threading so regularly. And I am happy I no longer have to deal with my coarse chin hairs. I love my new hair-free chin. It feels freaking amazing.

If you think you need this treatment, and you are around the North West, I recommend you pop into Laser Chic Clinic, at Didsbury Manchester, for a consultation. They have a huge offer going on at the moment, where you get 2 sessions free when you pay for 4 sessions. They also offer other skincare treatments like Collagen Facials and Facial Aesthetic treatments. And they have an amazing staff that make you feel relaxed and at ease.

What are your thoughts? Have you ever considered having a hair removal treatment done?

 

**I received the treatment in exchange for a review but all words are MINE.

 

30 Blog Post Ideas for Beauty Bloggers

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My Fashion Post Ideas for Fashion Bloggers was well received. So I have decided to go ahead with a few more post ideas for other niches. Here are 30 blog post ideas for beauty bloggers:

 

Empties Post – Where you show off the empty bottles or packs of beauty products you have used.

Face of the Day – You showcase your perfectly made up face and how you achieve the look.

Wishlist – Featuring beauty products you are lusting over.

Beauty Muse – I do this monthly. It is all about featuring a beauty muse, anyone you admire. Here is my latest beauty muse post.

Skincare Tips – Here, you can share skincare or beauty tips you have tried and tested.

Product Review – You can review a beauty product. I do this weekly. Here is my latest product review post.

Interview – You can interview a beauty entrepreneur, like a founder of a beauty brand or a makeup artist. Here is an example of a recent interview I carried with a skincare founder.

Makeup Tutorial – You write about various makeup tricks and tips, and how to get them write. For example you can write about contouring and highlighting.

Red Carpet Looks – You can write about various celebrity red carpet looks.

Hairstyles – Hair falls under beauty, so you can talk about hairstyles for different occasions or seasons.

 

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Brand Spotlight – Here, you can blog about your favourite beauty brand.

What I Have on my Dressing Table – Beauty products you have on your dressing table.

What I Have in my Handbag – What you have in your handbag.

What I Have in my Makeup Bag – What you have in your makeup bag.

Beauty Blogs I Love – Beauty Blogs you love reading. A good way to introduce your readers to other blogs.

Beauty Post Linkups – Link up beauty posts you enjoyed reading or found informative. A good way to spread the blog love.

Beauty Products I Use Everyday – You can write about beauty or skincare products you use everyday.

Beauty Products I Will Buy Again – Beauty products you have used, and will buy again.

Makeup Artists Worth Followingย  – Makeup artists worth following on social media. Another great way to spread the love in the beauty world.

The Different Face Shapes – You can talk about the various face shapes and their features.

 

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Makeup for Various Face Shapes – You can talk about various makeup for the different face shapes.

General Posts – Here you can talk about general beauty topics. Like beauty crimes, drugstore vs high-end makeup brands, and so on.

Makeup for Skin tones – You can write about different makeup products for skin tones.

Press Days & Events – Events with beautiful pictures are always a good one.

Beauty Product Essentials – Beauty products you can’t live without.

Holiday Essentials – What beauty products to take go on holiday with.

Cosmetic Work – Any type of cosmetic work you may be undergoing or thinking of undergoing like laser hair removal, stretch marks laser removal, lip fillers, whitening the teeth, and so on.

A Haul – Hauls are fun if you like showing off talking about your purchases.

Beauty Boxes – Showing off the contents of your beauty box is a good idea too.

A Beauty Gift Guide – A beauty gift guide for Christmas, Mother’s Day, or Valentine’s Day, is also a good idea.

 

What do you think of these blog post ideas for beauty bloggers? Do you write any of these posts regularly?