Tuesday, August 9, 2011

New Blog Posts

Posted by Rin Buth at 10:42 PM 0 comments

Hey guys!  If you haven't already, please visit my new website www.makeupdownunder.com.  All my beauty related updates will now be going there.  I have posted about 5 entries since last week, so I promise you that I haven't been slack.  Nor will I get slack... I just have so much to share!  Here are my most recent posts from the past few days:

I hope to see you on the other side!  Ciao xo

Friday, July 29, 2011

MakeupDownUnder (in the works)

Posted by Rin Buth at 1:16 AM 0 comments

In the next few days (weeks, knowing me!) I will be exporting this blog to a new address.  Follow me there if you want to know what's going on in my life (in terms of gaining qualifications in beauty therapy & makeup).

My course begins in October this year and I will be blogging all about it: mainly sharing what I've learnt but I also plan to do more fashion posts as I believe I have a unique style and would like to share it with the world.

And of course there will be the usual product reviews, hauls, makeup looks etc.

I know I have been MIA for the longest time, but those that know me, know that my life hasn't been the smoothest sailing.  I am finally starting to pick up the pieces and I am looking forward to creating the best possible future for my family and I.  It all begins here...


So come along and join me on this personal journey!  I hope to see you there :-p

Saturday, July 2, 2011

The Brazilian Wax

Posted by Rin Buth at 11:53 AM 2 comments

Since the age of 19 I've been getting regular brazilian waxes and I just thought I'd share my opinion and experience of them. I first wanted to get a brazilian because I wanted to "clean up" down there. Prior to that I was all natural, I never did a thing to it. As you can imagine it was quite the bush.

My first ever brazilian wasn't as painful as I had anticipated. From the horror stories I had read, I had prepared myself to be in extreme pain during the procedure. But it really wasn't too bad. The worst part was the strip down the middle (yes, I get it ALL off!) As for my dignity, I wasn't embarrased at all to be lying down half naked with my legs splayed open. It's all business to me. The beautician does this day to day, what is there to be embarrased about? Usually you're too busy chatting to be worried anyway!

The feeling afterward is amazing. It feels really nice to have nothing there. I feel all clean and pornstar like, even if I don't look it from head to toe (remind me to get a boob job!) Most boys appreciate it. And you can wear a tiny white bikini without any worries!

The only con to getting the brazilian, besides the pain, is that you'll sometimes get nasty ingrown hairs which your waxer will need to extract for you. Some people may not get any ingrowns, but the majority do and I have had a few really bad episodes. But as long as you exfoliate and moisturise, you'll keep it to a minimum. I also rely on a product called Ingrow Go which works wonders!

It's recommended that you get a wax every 4-6 weeks. Initially I would get one every month but because of ingrowns, I reduced it to every two months and I think that's the perfect waiting time. There is less ingrowns and because I don't get it as often, it means I'm saving money too!

It's important to go to a good salon with a resonable price. I'm lucky that I was introduced to a wonderful waxer through a friend who only charges $30 AUD. The usual price for a full brazilian is $40-$70 AUD! And she's hygenic too. You don't want to go to a place that doesn't care for your hygene. Yuck! And if the salon uses strip wax, forget it! You really need to use the wax that hardens which you peel off to get rid of the hair.

I got a brazilian wax today because it's been two months and I'm planning on going for a swim at a la-de-da place. I don't want to be self concious the whole time, like I was at the local pools when I took my son just the other day. The whole time I kept wondering if I had any stray hair poking out. TMI, I know. Sorry! Just keeping it real. If you're contemplating getting a brazilian done, I say yes! Do it!

Oh, and if you're curious about the picture... yes, that's me! Ho-ing it up for the camera, as usual. Tsk tsk! (Sorry, this post has been published before but I accidently deleted it so I'm trying to fix it up to how it was before).

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Beauty School

Posted by Rin Buth at 5:11 AM 0 comments

Apologies for my MIA status. I have been... lazy. At least I'm honest! But I have some very exciting news to share. I am enrolling into a college, I suppose you could call it a beauty school (but they also offer business and floristry). I will be studying for a diploma in beauty therapy!

I will be starting in October and doing a full time course. I'm actually really excited, even though I'm not officially enrolled yet. I need to first come up with the administration fee, student kit and full course fee. I have applied for government funding but I'm not sure yet if I'll be eligible. It would be great though, I would save about $14,000 in fees. I need to save for a car as well, before the course starts because it's about a 20 min drive from my place. Public transport is not an option (for me, anyway)!

Studying a diploma of beauty therapy will enable me to work in a beauty salon, spa, cruise ship etc. Anywhere that offers beauty services. I could even manage or own my own salon. I know a few girls who have studied the diploma and are now running their own salon from home or have great jobs in a salon. For me, the main reason I want to study it is because I have a yearning to learn more and therefore teach what I know to others, or help them physically.

Like I said before, I am looking forward to doing the course and I will definately be updating on my progress and what I've learnt :-). If you're interested in beauty therapy like me then take a peek at these books! PS- I apologise if this page looks messy, I am blogging from my phone!
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