We wish you and your families a very safe and
happy holiday season.
Slow down and take some time to escape the hustle and bustle.
Take time for you and your family.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Bev, Cate, Barb, Melissa, and Debbie

IT WAS A GREAT NIGHT!
Our BYOB Event was a night filled with blow dryer tips, tools and brushes and how they work, and product recommendations.

Look for information on our next event beginning 0f 2019
GREAT GIFT IDEAS IN OUR BOUTIQUE!
Our Annual Toys for Tots Toy Drive is happening.
Thru Dec. 8th drop off your donation and give the gift of happiness to a young boy or girl this Christmas season.
Top Tips for a Peaceful Slumber. They call it beauty sleep for a reason; without enough sleep you just don’t look or feel yourself. If your morning face is starting to look a bit tired and emotional, try these tips for a better night’s sleep. Set A Regular Bedtime. Go to bed and get up at the same time every day. That includes weekends, days off, holidays and duvet days. Getting up and going to bed at a consistent time lulls your body into a regular sleep cycle which promotes better quality sleep. If you struggle to doze off, after 15 minutes, get up and do something…but nothing too stimulating. Eat Right for Good Sleep.
Don't go to bed feeling stuffed after a big meal, or so hungry that your tummy is rumbling. Avoid drinking too much before bed as you might find yourself waking up needing to go to the bathroom! Avoid Stimulants. Some people can get away with nicotine, caffeine and alcohol before bed, but many of us are sensitive to these stimulants. Nicotine and caffeine can take hours to get out of your system – and alcohol might make you drowsy at first but you’ll pay the price with a broken night’s sleep. Design Your Own Bedtime Ritual. Do the same things each night and your body will get used to the idea that it’s time to slow down ready for bed. Do whatever works for you; it could be a warm bath or shower, a good book, or listening to music. Try to avoid phones, TV or tablets before bed as screen time close to bedtime has been shown to interfere with sleep. Sweet dreams!

PLEASE MAKE A NOTE WE WILL BE CLOSED
DEC. 24TH, 25TH, AND 26TH
DEC. 31ST AND 1/1/19