Posted on May 14, 2012 by Sue
Yummy, Yummy it’s so Good for my Tummy!
Once the tummy is satisfied the brain starts working! So we got to thinking about our clients here at Image, and what an interesting lively, fun and diverse bunch you are. We thought you might like to meet some of them. So in a new regular feature in the blog we will check out what it takes to be……
One of the IMAGE ladies .. Meet Jo!
Occupation:Private Client Manager
What do you like about your job?
Visiting clients houses and inspecting jewellery and art collections
What do you do for fun?
Cinema, reading and walking
When did you first visit Image?
How did you find out about the salon?
I met Sue on a social level and from there became a client.
What’s your favourite treatment/experience at the salon?
Do you have any beauty confessions, or have you had any beauty blunders?
I put bleach on a spot when I was 14!! Ouch!
What would be your perfect way to spend a weekend?
Shopping in Milan and eating pasta!
Would you like extra cheese with that?
In keeping with the foody turn this blog has taken, Naomi had an interesting snack the other
day! .We were having a quick break between clients when we noticed Naomi was eating a packet of bacon crisps with her treatment gloves still on… the last treatment she had been doing was a pedicure.
Quick as a flash our trainee, Emily noticed, ” are you enjoying your feet and bacon crisps Naomi?”
We think it may have put Naomi off but we all literally fell over laughing!
Food for thought… (and face!)
For years the ingredients we use in our dinners have been purloined to naturally enhance our beauty. In fact instead of asking what came first, the chicken or the egg, we should maybe ask was it the egg white omelette or the egg white face mask! It’s easy to find common ingredients and foods that we can make Beauty
treatments out of…
Moisturise your skin with an egg-white mask rich with vitamins and minerals that help to tighten pores and minimize blackheads. Whisk one egg white and spread over face. Allow to dry, then rinse. Or leave your skin
smelling sweet as honey with a honey and brown sugar scrub. Fill a jar nabout two thirds full of runny honey, add a spoonful of brown sugar, mix together, rub over your skin in the shower and rinse.
(That’s if you can resist licking it off!)
But don’t forget we also offer a range of treatments in the salon that have great natural ingredients, even if they are not straight out of the kitchen!
Get to Know Kimberley
Likes: Retail Therapy
Dislikes: Cold weather
Favourite Film: Stepbrothers
Favourite Treatment: Individual Eyelash Extensions
Favourite Food: Pizza
Hero Product: Jane Iredale Liquid foundation
In the new salon, Kimberley is going to be our permanent cosmetic specialist, look out for more details in next month’s blog!