September 2018 Newsletter

Winning at Twinning My September School Run Checklist: ✓ Permanent Eyebrows ✓ Permanent Lips ✓ Lipgloss that’s easy to apply without a mirror (I’m obsessed with Rebel from bareMinerals) ✓ LVL Lash Enhancement to lift lashes; so no need for mascara ✓ Permanent Eyeliner for waving my girls goodbye on their first day of reception (smudge-free...😢) Yes, I AM ready… It’s September 2018 and the Viljoen family are about to start another new chapter with our girls heading off to ‘big school’ this week. As a mum who knows the morning-drill all too well, I know ... More

August 2018 Newsletter

Picture this! They say "A picture is worth a thousand words". This suggests that any complex idea can be explained with just a single still image or that an image expresses its meaning or essence more effectively than a description does. Photography is a secret hobby of mine. I am fascinated by the creative aspects of this beautiful art form and it’s one of my most favourite pastimes. Capturing cherished moments of my family, friends and nature as well as using it as a very important medium to display the before & after results and impact of the work that I do is invaluable. Beauty, ... More

July 2018 Newsletter

When Eyebrows meet over chocolate! Yes, we are officially nearing the end of the year – think cold weather, big coats and dark evenings! But for now, let’s enjoy the beautiful British Summer time. Six months have passed and although 1st July is generally thought to be the mid-point of the year, the exact halfway point is on July 3rd in a non-leap year at 1pm BST. So, to welcome the new month, here are a few interesting and fun facts: The month of July is named after Julius Caesar - a decision of the Roman Senate in 44BC as July was the month of his birth. Before that, it had ... More

June 2018 Newsletter

Hey June… Six months into the year and it is safe to say (touch wood) that the cold is a distant memory. Summer is finally here, and we have colourful displays of flowers and leafy green parks and fields, which is what I imagine I would find my inspiration from if I was a painter. Its breathtakingly beautiful. Another ‘bonus’ with the warmer weather is friendlier faces; which dare I say are quite a treat in London during rush hour. Combine this with a well-needed splash of summer-colour in the fashion ‘department’ and us Londoners’ are basically brand new and updated people ... More

May 2018 Newsletter

A Smile Fit for a Princess… I just love weddings! Beautiful, happy moments celebrating the love of two special people, and in front of the ones considered to be the most important in our lives. With just two and half weeks to go until the Royal wedding, where Meghan Markle is set to wed and declare her love to her very own prince, we are all so excited to be ‘part’ of this big Royal celebration. No doubt Meghan will look absolutely stunning. We all love her flawless natural look, her effortless soft defining eye make-up, and oh that smile! We stand in awe! This May is extra ... More

April 2018 Newsletter

No Worries. It means no worries For the rest of your days It's our problem-free philosophy Hakuna Matata!… One of the biggest advantages of having any Permanent Make Up treatment is that it results in a hassle-free solution to your everyday makeup routine. Living in a fast-paced world where everything can be done and solved with a click of a button has its positives; but to keep up with our ever-evolving and changing lives, it also means there is a definite need for time saving measurements to help us thrive and keep up with our manic schedules, and obviously looking the part too... ... More

March 2018 Newsletter

March, Mothers & Merriment Mark Twain said: "The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why." Six years ago, one of my biggest dreams became a reality - I started my own business. Little did I know when I first had this vision at just 21 years old - still studying and finding my feet while enjoying being young & carefree - that me, the girl from South Africa, would end up owning a business in beautiful South Molton Street, Mayfair in the heart of London. Better to dream big than too small as they say, and for me thankfully, it became ... More

February 2018 Newsletter

An Eternal Love When deciding on a title for my February blog, I had mixed emotions. February is the month of Love, and so it should be. Firstly, we have Pancake Day (I blame it on my South Africaness that I have to turn anything remotely food-related into a celebration), then the big one - Valentine ’s Day (I am a hopeless romantic 😉), my mum’s birthday on the 10th and my mother-in-law’s 60th birthday on the 23rd. Then the one that has been sub-consciously tugging on my heart-strings, the 26th February, a bittersweet celebration that marks a decade since my dad went to heaven. ... More

January 2018 Newsletter

Restoring balance... A New Year is a beautiful thing. Positive hopes, beliefs and dreams aspire from our plans and promises to ourselves. We reflect and allow for a brighter side to our hidden and sometimes less colourful self in the hope that our soul-searching me-time over the holidays will bring us clues as to which direction to take next. And if I am completely honest, I have to admit, I feel a bit invincible, much like I am super woman who dusted off her cape after a much-needed break because I know I am a woman with a plan. I am capable of anything I set my mind and heart to and I am ... More

December 2017 Newsletter

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! As the countdown begins towards Christmas, I feel proud to reflect on the goals we set for ourselves this year. Our focus for 2017 was to help others ‘Embrace their Uniqueness’ so that we can all be a little more content with who we are. We are so quick to criticise ourselves, thinking we don’t live up to the images the media portrays of the perfect partner, parent, manager, employee…the perfect anything - most of us don’t have ‘the perfect’ body - all of us are stressed and overworked at some point and the constant feeling of guilt ... More