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Review – Naissance Fractionated Pure Coconut Oil

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I am always on the look out for great skincare and hair products to use. My hair is natural and so I like using pure natural products on it. I am currently using Naissance Fractionated Pure Coconut Oil on my hair and I am loving it. I added it to my haircare routine some weeks ago and my hair is thanking me for it. There are so many ways of using this product. I currently use it as a hair moisturiser but it can also be used as a makeup remover, massage oil, used alongside shampoo and conditioner for added moisture, and in many other ways. 

For those who have never heard of Naissance Fractionated Pure Coconut Oil, here is a brief product description for you –

This Naissance Coconut Fractionated Oil is super lightweight, fast absorbing yet ultra moisturising. It is a great all-rounder oil.

 

Ingredients:

100% Coconut Fractionated Oil

 

 

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Here are my thoughts on this amazing pure coconut oil –

 

PROS
  1. I love the simple packaging. It looks good on my dressing table and no messes at all.
  2. It is 100% pure and natural. Certified cruelty free and vegan friendly.
  3. I like the fact that I can use this oil in many different ways.
  4. It gives my hair the added moisture it needs, and it leaves it soft and shiny.
  5. This pure coconut oil easily penetrates the hair strands and helps nourish and condition my hair. I believe it has helped grow my hair some more in the last few weeks.
  6. This oil is light weight and absorbs very easily.
  7. It is liquid at all at home temperatures which is amazing.
  8. A little of this oil is all you need. It goes a long way.
  9. It is an odourless oil. So you don’t get the strong coconut smell with this oil.

 

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CONS

None.

 

Overall, I really like this product. I think it is a great multi-tasking product to have at home. It is gentle on the hair and skin, and it does an incredible job. I can’t see myself ever not using this pure coconut oil now that I have discovered it. What do you think of it? I am going to be playing around with this oil some more and create some beauty recipes. I will be sharing my discoveries on here and my YouTube Channel, so go subscribe if you haven’t done so already, and keep reading Fashion and Style Police.

You can shop this great product and watch me use this oil in the video below –

 

 

 

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3 Foundation Makeup Rules

I have been vlogging a lot about foundation makeup on our YouTube channel, and this has led to me writing this post. It is very important to get your foundation makeup right. When your foundation is applied properly, every thing else will slide on effortlessly. Your foundation is the base coat and it is designed to even out skin tone. I have mentioned in many of my beauty videos, that I hardly ever use just 1 foundation. I prefer blending in at least 2 different shades and brands of foundation, to get the right shade for my skin tone.

Here are 3 Foundation Makeup Rules you may find useful –

 

Get the right shade of foundation

I struggle with finding the right foundation shade, it is either too dark or too light, hardly ever perfect. Which is why I have taken to blending different shades together. If you wear the wrong shade of foundation, it will appear like a mask on your face, and it will crack, which is not a good look.

 

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The lighter the coverage the better

A good foundation would disguise everything from uneven skin tone and fine lines, to a tired skin and spots. I like my foundation to be as light and natural as possible. I find they easier to apply and to have on. Believe it or not, I hardly wear makeup these days, so I don’t have foundation on my face on most days. But when I do, the look I like going for is natural; I like to look like I don’t have any foundation on.

 

Apply your foundation makeup quickly

The trick with applying foundations is to apply it quickly within seconds before it dries out. You usually have only a couple of seconds to apply your foundation before it evaporates so time is crucial. I apply moisturiser/primer before putting on my foundation. That way I have a good base to work with. I am testing out a new makeup rule that says the concealer should go on after the primer and before the foundation. I will be shooting a video trying that makeup rule out so do subscribe to my YouTube channel so you never miss a video.

 

 

What do you think of these 3 Foundation Makeup Rules?

Beauty is in the eye of the keyholder: tips for keeping your salon secure

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 Crime against small businesses costs more than £12 billion annually, but this figure still does not account for the full cost of crime. For salons, in particular, crime is a significant drag on their ability to grow as a business, leads to reputational damage, as well as lost hours and days. Common crimes include robbery, burglary, and employee theft.

If you own or manage a salon, security should be one of your primary concerns. Here are our top tips for keeping your salon secure.

 

Research your employees

 Before hiring a member of staff, make sure you have performed sufficient background checks. This doesn’t mean that you don’t trust them, but you need to ensure that job applicants don’t have a history of theft or other criminal activity. It’s just good sense!

 

 

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Brief your employees

 Once you’ve hired trustworthy employees, make sure that they know the rules and procedures within your salon. Write an employee handbook which lays everything out for them and have regular meetings to discuss security measures. If an employee disregards salon rules (for example, by leaving a door unlocked), make sure you address this problem quickly.

 

Safety in numbers

 Try to avoid a scenario whereby there is only one employee in your salon. A salon with one staff member is a prime target for crime. Ensure that two or more employees work each shift, which will minimise the threat of internal employee theft and decrease the chances of burglary or assault.

 

Monitor the till

 The cash register should be touched by as few people as possible – eliminating the potential for mistakes or theft. Decide whether a salon receptionist will handle cash or another designated employee – they can even work shifts. Money can then be counted by that person at the end of the day, with them documenting the total and informing management.

 

 

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Safety measures

 You can decrease the risk of night-time crime by installing both interior and exterior lighting. Back doors should be locked and bolted, whereas front doors should also have a warning device. Something like a bell can alert the salon when someone enters. CCTV cameras canhelp identify perpetrators in the event of a crime. An alarm system can also prevent or deter late night vandalism or burglary.

 

Cyber-security

 Salon owners often assume that their business is too small to be targeted by cybercriminals. The idea of cyber-crime may not even enter their heads. However, online hackers often view small businesses as easy prey. It’s important to remain vigilant and protect your online activity. Make sure all of the salon’s devices are password or PIN protected, use anti-virus software, electronically backup your salon data, and use two-factor identification.

 

Insure your salon

 Salon insurance is designed to protect your business in the event of an accident or incident. From stock cover, to contents cover, to business interruption costs, salon insurance ensures that your business is not crippled by an unforeseen event.

 

 

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