Tuesday, December 23, 2014

How to Vajazzle

Many estheticians and waxers now love to offer vajazzle. What is a vajazzle and why does anyone wants Swarovski Crystal that close to the Vajayjay? In Wikipedia the description is: Vajazzle is a form of genital decoration, formed by the application of crystal ornaments on the shaved pubic area of a woman. The process is known as vajazzling. The phenomenon was popularized by singer Jennifer Love Hewitt, who devoted a chapter in her book The Day I Shot Cupid to vajazzling.[1] During a promotional interview on a US talk show in January 2010 they advised the female part "to their vajazzlen vajayjays" her audience ("vajazzle their vajayjays").[2] Vajazzle became the most searched term on Google for the following day.[3] So I started offering it as a service. Having a salon on Melrose was funny to say the least I thought maybe dancers would want the service. It was mostly girls graduating high school.(I guess it was better than the tattoo I got at that age.) Anyway this a great service to offer and I created a technique that actually makes it last for days. Perfect for porn stars, bachelorette parties, and anyone that likes to decorate there vajayjay for fun. I now offer one on one sessions to learn the proper way to vajazzle call to book now (310)967-7701

Monday, December 1, 2014

How to dazzle on the red carpet and off with these natural looking beauty alternatives.

Applying and removing your mascara every day is a laborious task at the best of times, so when it's red carpet season and you're in and out of makeup if becomes even harder. That's why eyelash extensions can save your look and save you lots of time. But if you already have great long lashes there is a great lash alternative for you too an eyelash perm with lash tint keeps your lashes up and dark and than you still don't need mascara that can run on your face and cause eyelashes to look dry. For any of these treatments in the comfort of your home check out www.platinumimageservices.com

Tatz Nails spa parties in your home

This is where technology transforms fashion. My good friend and technology photographer "Joyce Chow" told me about this amazing machine that would print any picture on the nails. At first I was little turned off by the price but once I saw the machine in action I loved it. Tat'z Nail'z is a system that brings modern printing technology into the nail salon. Any image or photo can be loaded into the system through a camera in front, or USB port in the back, and then be printed on a customer's fingernails. The printer uses HP cartridges that can do 10,000 nail prints each. The machine comes with 30,000 images preinstalled. We love offering it for spa parties, events, and just for that special occasion. You can book now at www.platinumimageservices.com

Beauty App for your smartphone in Los Angeles where beauty comes to your doorstep...

Beauty on demand, from your smartphone. Call it beauty on demand. Apps are creating salons of the future, right in customers' homes, such as the Vagaro app that Christine Reed uses for all spa appointments go to vagaro.com/platinumimageservices Penny Bentley Tennis Instructor gets the full treatment, as early as 7 a.m. -- all the while writing emails and prepping for her day. "Anyone, you know, who is on a tight schedule, which I think is any mom working or not, you know, we all have things that we need to get done, and we need to look good doing it," she said. Christine found a team of professionals, not through her fashion industry connections, but by simply swiping her smartphone. Launched in 2008, Platinum Image Services is the latest mobile app to offer women professional glamor, whenever and wherever they choose. "People are ordering their food, their groceries, their car services, their babysitters, everything you can really order just from your phone. So why can't you order beauty services to come to your home or your office?" asked Christine Reed owner and founder of Platinum Image Services. Christine Reed after owning a spa for several years realized most of her customers were happy to pay more for her to come to them. "I think we can build this company into something really big and powerful and disruptive," Christine Reed said. She wants to change peoples' habits. The service has already changed the habits of marketing executive Minna Kim, who uses the app twice every week. "The appeal of this kind of service is, first and foremost, really about convenience," Minna said. "When you cut out the travel time, it makes life a lot easier." "You can be where you want to be and pretty much order it up on your phone, and it's done," Reed said. www.platinumimageservices.com