Emalene's Timeless Beauty Tips   





Hi.. I’m Tracy.. I have worked in make - up, skincare, beauty and the aesthetics industry for 25 years. I’ve always been passionate about the amazing results and what you can achieve by making small changes in your facial and make up routine.


1.Start with a well moisturized skin. The first step to looking younger is ensuring your skin isn’t parched

2. Primer Once you have prepped your skin, its time to use a primer, not only will this product keep your make up fresher for longer, but it will also smooth the skins surface to help blur out signs of ageing and sine lines, while preventing makeup from sitting in creases.

3.Go for cream, Go for a light medium cover foundation (youngblood liquid)great for a natural dewy finish.

4.Beware of blush. Its better to opt for blush with a cream formulation and stick to softer pinker tones opposed to orange and brown tints, which have the potential to make you look haggard (cream blush)

5.Brows, keep them light natural and understand the brow shape which will help to frame and finish off your look (brow kit)

6.The right eye make up can make you look younger and take years from your face. When it comes to eye shadow hues, go for warm, matte tones, mocha bases and Peachy oranges will create the illusion of well being. A good liquid liner with a line that’s drawn as close to your lashes as possible, helps create the illusion of a thicker darker lash line, finally curling your lashes and applying mascara will create definition and add depth to your eyes.

7. Lips as we age, we tend to get lines around the mouth area. Use a liner pencil that matches your chosen color to lightly fill the mouth shape to prevent bleeding. Then apply lipstick, lip gloss always look good


Have Fun Trying.

Love Tracy xx



Hey, my name is Hannah.

I have been in the industry for over 12 years, and pretty much started my career with Emalene at WPR! I enjoy everything Beauty, and love seeing results after treating clients, from doing lashes to laser......I want clients to feel their best.


So let me introduce you to Sheet masks!

I feel this is a nice place to start, as far as trending goes, these have landed into the beauty world, with a bang. Although not “new” they are still very relevant.

If you want to scare the kids with a nice jason-esque get up while wearing one, then that's just the bonus!

Because I love these little beauty bombs.

They are easy to use and versatile!

Stay hydrated on a flight, pop them in your bag for a night away, soak in the tub wearing it or while watching Netflix.

A quick pick me up anytime, any-wear (within reason) points for anyone who can cook with one on!

And they are just the small reasons I need these in my bag of tricks.

Because actually they slot in perfectly within our salon treatments as well.

Sheet masks, are great for the cooling, soothing and repairing of skin post-treatment.....as they can be kept completely sterile in there very own sealed package, and kept in the fridge for that extra icy touch on hot, red, tight skin.

After micro needling, laser and facial peels.

Clients can take some home, to maintain the much needed hydration after treatments, and can get 3 uses out of each one. As long as your using it on only yourself, and a nicely double-cleansed face! After that any nutrition-packed serum left over, can be massaged into the face and neck.

Now, why not just any mask from a bottle?

1. Most masks applied with a brush etc are then washed off, leaving no product left behind to continue to absorb into the skin. Better for your skin and less mess and fuss.

2. The sheet prevents evaporation of the product, allowing more time for the product to penetrate the skin.

3. They are soaked with concentrated serum, consisting of beneficial ingredients like hyaluronic acid and vitamins.

4. They will give you an instant plump, hydrated glow, that continues after you have taken it off.

A few things to consider are the ingredients in your mask of choice.

- stick to anything soothing, moisturising, anti-ageing. So hyaluronic acid, vitamin c, aloe and green tea extracts.

- Avoid masks with salicylic, glycolic and retinols. As these ingredients are amazing, but better used in other products and lead by professional advise!

Then the fabric masks are made of.

- cloth/fibre masks are your cheaper option, Will dry out quickly and are not great for environment.

- Hydro-gel type masks, usually made with a gelatin. Keep nice and cool, hold there serums well for maximum penetration of serum into skin. And really easy to contour to the face, and stay in place!

There are cons to these little gems, as there is to anything. They cannot replace a good skin-care routine, and you wont get any decent exfoliation, deep cleaning results, but I think they are a real finishing touch to everyone's skincare!

Hydration for the nation people.

Its where all the best skin starts!

Convenient, affordable and effective.

Love Hannah xx




In pre-historc times the earths atmosphere contained oxygen levels of up to 35%. Today thanks to the industrial revolution and deforestation, that number has decreased to approximately 21% and some major cities as low as 17%


Oxygen is vital to the survival of every cell in our body. In fact the average human can survive weeks without food, days without water yet only minutes without oxygen. Oxygen has incredible regenerative powers. Physicians have used oxygen for decades to treat burns gangrene and other wounds. High concentrations of oxygen help to trigger the bodies natural healing functions and viruses, fungal infections and the bacteria that cause acne cannot live in an oxygen rich environments.

Oxygen provides energy to our cells and is essential in cell metabolism. It is essential to maintain your cellular function and repair. Oxygen is needed to promote fibroblast proliferation and collagen production which is an essential part of the skins healing process, the availability of oxygen to skin tissues play an important and integral role in skin recovery.

Interesting


Hugs and Kisses

Emalene xx