Monthly Archives: June 2014


Crystal Gazing by Za’Niyah

Your Horoscope Today! June 30, 2014:

It’s always good when you can rely on friends and family to do what they say that they will do! Afterall, your attitude is contingent upon how well they communicate, with YOU!


Cancer (June 21- July 22):

This is the day to celebrate your accomplishments. It’s been a long road to victory, but you have endured. Why stop now?


Leo ( July 23- Aug. 22):

People have been admiring your aura lately. You have this sense of mysticism surrounding you and people are trying to figure you out. Keep them guessing, you are playing big “cat & mouse” it’s working!


Virgo (Aug. 23- Sept. 22):

Organization is your strong point, once you get going. People are looking to you for advice on financial matters as well, do what you do best, organize their financial matters but don’t be too condescending.


Libra (Sept. 23- Oct. 22):

You are at your wits end with society. In fact you don’t want to deal with society. If it were that easy, then you would not have a challenge. It’s time to get into your zone and balance out what has been keeping you awry.


Scorpio (Oct. 23- Nov. 21):

When you are happy, everyone else is happy. When you are sad, everyone else feels it. Don’t make your relationships suffer because of your mood. Learn to find peace and serenity in even the worst moments.


Sagittarius (Nov. 22- Dec. 21):

If you could get your way everytime, then you would. In fact, you do get your way most of the time. Don’t take advantage of people’s kindness, even though its your weakness.


Capricorn (Dec. 22- Jan. 19):

You have been keeping score on an emotional matter. Literally playing ping pong. Stop with the back and forth. End it and go on, or try and work it out, indefinitely.


Aquarius (Jan. 20- Feb. 18):

It’s great in your world, today. Let’s keep that momentum going. You feel things at a more intuitive level, but you can’t fake emotions, you literally wear them on your face. If you don’t like them, then don’t go around them. They will know how you feel even if you don’t say anything.


Pisces (Feb. 19- March 20):

Now is the time to re-evaluate your relationships. Everything isn’t roses because some have been left aside to wither and die. It’s not every day that you can perform your daily tasks and focus on someone else. Try and see what can happen, it may do you some good as well.


Aries (March 21- April 19):

You are definitely on the right road. The problem is not staying on that road, the problem is staying on that road and picking up another in the process. Slow down, you can’t do everything at once. Stop and smell the fresh air. Inhale, exhale it’s meant to enjoy sometime; and not to work continuously through it.


Taurus (April 20- May 20):

Trying to make everyone around you understand YOU, is going to be a hard task. Your dynamism mixed with earthiness confuses them. Just be yourself. If they catch on, then ok. If not then that’s ok too.


Gemini (May 21- June 20):

In matters of life for others, you have all of the answers. In matters of your life, not so much. You can’t control what others do. It’s their life, let them live it. Focus on yourself at this time. It’s not so bad. It’s time to think about yourself now anyway.


**These horoscopes are for entertainment purposes only**









Why Should I Get a Facial?

img-22-920x3961 (1)Getting a facial is something every woman and man should experience in their lifetime. Why? Well I’ll explain. There are a few reasons for getting a facial. One reason is that it is beneficial to your skin. Another reason to experience a facial is the pampering letting someone else do all the work while you relax!

Facials stimulate blood and lymph circulation; improves overall metabolism and activates sluggish skin. It helps muscle tone and cleanses the skin of impurities and softens sebum. Assists to slough off dead skin cells to reduces puffiness and sinus congestion; and works in the  process of product absorption. It relieves muscle tension and pain then provides a sense of physiological and psychological well-being.

When the body senses touch, reflex receptors respond by increasing blood flow. The central nervous system is affected resulting in a state of relaxation. Facial treatments also welcome breaks from the stress of life in today’s face-paced society

A facial is a professional service designed to improve and rejuvenate the skin. Once considered a luxury, regular facials and skin maintenance are now regarded as necessities by most women and some men. There are many types of facials to indulge in depending on your skin and overall needs.

When seeking a facial please consider the place and the esthetician performing your service. Energy can be transferred from one person to another; the esthetician needs to promote and send off positive energy during your facial. So do not wait or hold off getting a facial any longer with all those benefits. You can only win with the treatments to your skin.

From the esthetician’s Corner

Smooches Lady Sunshine







Salon/Barbershop Etiquette

Shanell Monique Logo“Hey girl, guess what?”…….”Noooo he didn’t…..!” …….”Word Son…?!”……”Well Kisha said that Lisa told her……”…….”Oh-em-gee…she is craaazzzyy!!”

Does this sound familiar? Have you heard this kind of talk in a salon, or barbershop? The problem is that this happens across the board. It happens in in urban as well as rural community salon/barbershops. The issue is not necessarily gossip itself, but the content. How is it that people come into your salon or barbershop to escape the issues and problems of  life at home, work or etc, to bond with the trusted “community” that they so long to dish.  Let’s face it, the salon as well as the barbershops have become our own personal psychiatric center. Hairstylists and barbers have become the center for most people to vent and express themselves when they can’t talk to anyone else. Most often hairstylists/barbers become the sisters,brothers, mothers, daddy’s, aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, friends, ministers, psychics, etc…lol. They intend for us to treat their information confidential like we would in “Vegas”. In other words, what goes on in the vincinity must stay in the vincinity. Of course, nothing major goes on though, right? We must remember, that although the salons and barbershops are our “Oasis” it should not be a place of  “total” comfort. Afterall it is a business. And that goes both ways. It’s one thing to become a confidante; but it’s another, to become totally dependent. That brings me back to the issue of gossip. Never get too comfortable where you are relying on your hairstylist to help you with important issues in your household, and other important matters. Venting is okay, but be careful of getting into intimate details of your life. Draw the line somewhere! This opens up floodgates. Let’s be honest, everyone in the salon is not married or involved with someone, or trustworthy for that matter. Chances are, someone knows someone else that may know someone else that could possibly know your spouse or significant other. This can help too if they are doing something that they shouldn’t be doing. But it hinders more often than anything, and can cause more issues. We talked about gossip, now onto time management.


“ are you doing?…I’m running a few minutes late.”……”I know my appointment was at 9am but can I come at 12?”……”Hello, Fred..when you get this message, let me know if you want to reschedule…”

Those are just a few examples, but the list can go on for days! It works both ways too. I’m guilty of being late for my clients on occasion, but if I am, I do compensate them for their time by giving them a discount of some sort. If clients are late, the burden of trying to maneuver clients and get others out on time, or trying not to overlap time into the next persons appoint can be a headache. But what if the client is more than 15 minutes late? Most hairstylists and barbers charge a late fee, and may ask to reschedule after adding a re-booking fee on top of that. What if the client is not late but cancels their appointment in less than 24 hrs, or worse, doesn’t show up at all. For these reasons, hairstylist and barbers may charge a non-refundable deposit when booking, especially if booking online. Or  they may consistently overbook. This is especially the reason if hairstylists don’t have another job to compensate for time and money lost. Hence the term “Time is money”. Yes it sounds selfish, but we have to eat. And salon/barbershop owners like myself, have overhead, we have to pay employees, water bill, gas & electric bill, other utility bills and maintenance as well as bills outside of the business. When you break it down that way, it doesn’t seem so bad to fill about 5 more people in your slot when you are chronically late or a “no show”, or worse never schedule you again after the 3rd no call/no show; does it? The truth of the matter is that we do understand, because we are human ourselves. Sometimes people can be inconsiderate. Being late because you were shopping is not an excuse, unless you were stuck in traffic for 3 hrs. That still wouldn’t be an excuse unless you live in a metro area like Atlanta, D.C., NYC, or in California, etc. My point is that communication is essential to build a client/hairstylist or barber relationship! Let us know what is going on and we can work with you.


In this business, it is essential for us as business owners to remain professional at most if not all times. This includes establishing a trusting relationship with clients as well as other employees. Make speech clear, and make sure to uphold policies. Have the policies and rules clearly stated so that there are no misconceptions. Make sure that you are fair and treat everyone with kindness. Have your theme music ready and go in every day ready to conquer, and slay them demons of  bad hair! Determine that “today is a great day, to have a great day!”

Shanell Monique Enticing Resultz Magazine




Love and Life

Love and Life

Wake up! Don’t just sit there talkin about oh what am I to do?  What can I do? Who’s gonna help me get through?  Wake up and shake yourself into motivation. There’s no time for awww poor me, this and I’m trying that. Get yo’ life and step out on faith. Move your feet and catch onto the facts that nothing gets handed to you. You have to get out and get it. Make yourself excel, stop depending on someone else to possibly come through and save you, save yourself. And if someone comes along and works along side you, God bless them. If not, no worries you didn’t expect them too.

Show me faith

Show me what you like and I’ll show you excellence. Show me who you’ve been and I’ll show you what the view of destiny is to be and how brightly it shines on we. Show me how I’m supposed to be, and I’ll show you a woman molded in her own identity. Take my hand and watch me walk along side you, into greater than what you expected us to be. Trust in what you feel, believe in what you can’t see. I’m riding the wave of life with you alongside me. You like what we could be? Well, trust in the elevated movement in building our dynasty.  You like how this sounds? Well trust in the faith of you and me.
Maturity found in the Walking through your Past
Did you think I was waiting, waiting on you to understand the gifts within me? Did you think I had any doubt of the calling in my graced abilities. I’ve walked through the memories, that not only included you..but also identified the old me too. I stand firm on discerning my iniquities. I never thought for a second I was above any, but best believe I knew and know now what’s best for me. Tainting my faith? Never think I’ll allow you to take that from me. I know my abilities. I know my destiny included my King, one who stands beside me trusting in the commitment of we. Held my head high, fell to my knees and let out a silent cry. Forgive my past, it was never perfect. I never hid all that I tried. I know now, none of what I have was possible without my Father looking down.  Pressing into our aligned destiny with no doubts of how things will align. Trusting in the strength of going through, and how it developed the real me.
Lena Holliday


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Brain of a Barber/ Increase your income

Learning how to cut the high fade – bald fade- skin fade can increase your income. This is currently one of the most popular and common haircuts in barbering. This is a great haircut for any age and all walks of life. Step By Step Guide For The High Fade – Bald Fade – Skin Fade
1.Cut the top down with the 2 (¼”) blade on the detachable blade clipper. Start in the front and cut against the grain (into the curl/wave) toward the crown.
2.Cut the round of the head section. Use the 1 ½ (1/8”) blade on the detachable blade clipper and cut around the round of the head and crown areas against the grain.
3.Blend the sides and back section into the round of the head. Use the 1 ½ (1/8”) blade on the detachable blade clipper and cut up towards the round of the head.
4.Continue the fade with the 1/16” attachment on the adjustable clipper in the open position followed by the halfway open position and then the closed position.
5.Repeat step 4 with the adjustable clipper in the open position without an attachment. Follow this with the halfway open position and then the closed position.
6.Repeat step 5 with your trimmer. Make sure not to go to high and cut into the fade. Use an upward clipper motion in the semi-finish area only.
7.Outline the haircut. Face the client toward you and make the center cut on the forehead. Do not go too far off the hairline. Gently press the clipper into the hairline creating the center guide. Make a straight line to each temple area off of the center guide.
8.Line off the temple area. Make sure to leave a distinct corner connecting the front to the temple area. Create an arc from the corner of the temple area down to the side burn area.
9.Optional: Shave the outline with the straight razor. Stand behind the client and wipe off the shaving cream from the front hairline. Lightly shave into the hairline to create a sharp line.
10.Shave toward the temple area lightly touching the line. Follow the arc from the temple to the side burn area

Music: J-Bone a.k.a. JusBizness

Black Girls Anthem (click to see video)

J-Bone a.k.a. JusBizness is a veteran hip hop artist and founder of the “Grip Hop” Movement. He has penned a single to reinforce a positive image of black women. J-Bone grew up in a single parent household with a bevy of strong black females. It was the stark contrast to the way black females were portrayed in the hip hop industry that inspired him to release the Black Girl’s Anthem. “I wrote this song because I thought hip hop needed it. Some black women are always called every name but their own. Many of them even find that acceptable. I was raised by a strong black woman and I’m married to one, so yeah, this song is more than just selling records.” J-Bone made a name for himself when he was signed to 212 Records in 2000 and featured in the Source Magazine December 2000 issue. He worked with other esteemed artists such as Kool Kim from the UMCs and producer Nasty Nova. J-Bone also founded the group F.U. (Forever United) and his single, “Same to Me”, was in stores worldwide. Since the early 2000s, J-Bone’s music has headed in a different directions which unknowingly gave birth to his “Grip Hop” Movement. The Grip Hop Movement is exactly what it sounds like; it grips you. In other words, it grabs your attention because it’s not supposed to be like everything else. J-Bone added. “In addition to many of my other songs, the Black Girls’ Anthem will be a part of that movement. I don’t want other women to think they’re excluded from being uplifted, but I think it’s necessary to start in my own community first and foremost.” J-Bone is currently reaching out to other artists, bloggers, and youth organizations, fraternities and sororities and the like who are willing to spread the message of the Black Girls’ Anthem to the black community and it’s young women. J-Bone a.k.a. JusBizness founded the” Grip Hop” Movement in 2004 with the late producer and musician Eugene Singleton. The Grip Hop Movement has included community mentoring, political involvement and community performances.

 J-Bone a.k.a. JusBizness was born and raised in Staten Island New York. J-Bone became immersed in the Hip Hop culture at an early age. An accomplished DJ, J-bone started spinning at local parties while shaping his lyrical skills free-styling for crowds. The buzz attributed from his DJ abilities and his verbal technique began to create an enormous buzz around Staten Island. In late 1998, J-Bone hooked up with fellow Island lyricist NE’s and Kool Kim from ( U.M.C’s ) to form the group, The Unforgiven; this experience led to underground performances with artists such as Natural Elements, the Outsidaz and Supernatural. In 2000, J-Bone received a record deal with 212 Records, an independent label, and major distribution from WEA. His single, “Same to me”, was featured in stores world-wide and on New York radio station WBLS as well as other underground stations. J-bone was featured on mix tapes such as The Next 24 exclusive products of Essential Entertainment sponsored by JVC and Sean John. J-bone also appeared on DJ Kay Slay Streets Sweepers and various other underground mix tapes. J-bone attended the Hip Hop Impact Convention in Miami and was featured in December 2000’s issue of The Source Magazine. Despite J-bone’s deep infiltration of the music industry, poor marketing left J-bone wondering what his next move would be. J-bone started a group with his childhood friends, Hakim (Dramadeus), Pat (Sham Rock), Keith (Lyph), and Ike (Pitty). The group was called F.U. (Forever United). They made several mix tapes that were featured on independent films such as “Bloody Streets” and were well known in the NY streets for their raw delivery and diverse styles. The group was full of talent, but lacked communication and work ethic. As time passed, the group members grew apart and went their separate ways. J-bone stayed in touch with his friends Hakim (Dramadeus) and Patrick (Sham Rock). J-bone moved down to Virginia in late 2003 and continued to work on his music. It wouldn’t be long before another musical element would be added to his fiery chemistry. In 2001, J-bone was introduced to Alicia Coston (stage name “Lanae Jewalz”) by his cousin Antoine. After one trip to the studio to record “Dedication (Pretty Thug)” which they leisurely collaborated on, they realized they made magic and the rest is history. J-Bone and Lanae became a group (Divercity) thereafter and collaborated on several songs with Lanae’s younger brother, kay costin. In 2003 they came close to signing a major deal with Sony records. Due to complications and egos the deal fell through. It wasn’t long before J-Bone linked with one of the most humble and talented producers he had ever worked with. His name was Eugene Singleton, known better as “G-DOGG”. J-Bone’s older cousin Dre introduced them to each other; Gene was Dre’s father’s best friend. Dre told his father about his cousin J-Bone and he insisted that J-Bone and Gene meet. When J-bone and Gene met in his apartment in Harlem, they had an instant connection. They created the “GRIP-HOP” MOVEMENT which is “music that grabs the attention”. They also formed W.A.R. (“We are Real” Entertainment). J-Bone and Gene started making hits that were buzzing from VA to NY. They put out mix tapes, soundtracks, and singles. In the summer of 2009 they shot their first video in VA. The single “GET $UM” was off J-Bone’s latest and best project the CBS album (CANT BUY SWAG). Unfortunately, Gene passed away from cancer in March 2010. This hit J-Bone very hard, because 6 months before he lost his best friend and rhyme partner for many years, Hakim Wilson “Dramadeus da Greatest”. A week before his friend passed, J-bone’s older brother, Colin, was shot seven times but was fortunate to survive. This brought J-bone closer to his brother, and now they have a much stronger bond. Gene did not get to hear the finished CBS album, but J-Bone promised to keep Gene’s and Hakim’s legacy alive. J-Bone continues to grind and work hard, putting out good music for the entire globe. He now resides in the DMV with the other half of Divercity, his wife Alicia Coston. She is an established author and owner of a publishing company called Indigo Press LLC. J-Bone is also co-owner of Indigo Press, and mentors at-risk kids at treatment centers and other facilities. Recently, songs from his CBS album were featured on two major television networks; “When I’m Gone” was featured on VH1’s Single Ladies Episode 5 while “Rock Star” was featured on MTV’s My Super Sweet 16 Episode Aaron Rock Star 21. J-Bone’s music is unique and he continues to be true to himself by putting out profanity-free hip-hop that inspires and motivates people to progress in life and enjoy it as well.


1. Tell us a little about “J-Bone a.k.a JusBizness”

I am “Grip Hop” Music Founder and Hip Hop Veteran. Still reaching out to the Hip Hop world and collaborating on a new level!


2. What is the content, how would you describe your level of involvement in the hip hop culture?

I bring lyrical content, conscious hip-hop music that you can feel in your soul. I’m what you call a versatile emcee; I can spit to much any beat, slow or fast tempo. My involvement in the hip-hop culture is significant. I’ve been performing and writing music for over 15 years; use to DJ and freestyle at clubs/house parties and became a true crowd motivator. I also used my talents to inspire and mentor at risk youth from the inner city.


3. What is Grip Hop? How is it relevant?

Grip-Hop is a movement! It’s profanity free hip-hop music that grabs attention… Music that shows people that you can still be cool without cursing on tracks and promoting negativity. It’s relevant because it’s unique and quality music that anybody can listen to from young kids to grown folks.


4. How do you see Hip Hop advancing in your area? Globally? Within next 5-10 years?

I see hip-hop advancing in many ways for the future. Hip-hop music has gone digital and continues to touch people from all across the globe. I see a great future for independent artist to sell more music, and build a huge fan base through the Internet without needing a major label. This platform will create opportunities for artists to become entrepreneurs.


5. What and who influenced you the most in hip hop?

I would say growing up in New York City the birth place of  Hip-Hop. I was a huge fan of RUN DMC, KRS ONE, LL Cool J, Rakim, Kool G Rap, NAS, Biggie, JayZ, Big Pun, Fat Joe and of course the Wu Tang Clan …


6. Do you see yourself retiring soon? Are you passing the torch?

I can see myself retiring from music in five years, but then again, when you’re passionate about something you never give it up. As long as God allows me to bless the microphone, I will continue to do so…not passing the torch just yet, I’m just getting started!! Lol…


7. Are you financially gaining from your movement? How many CD’s have you sold? How is your fan base? Where have you performed?

I have made some money from my movement, but it’s hard when you do everything yourself. That’s why I’m looking to build a team of trustworthy professionals that can help me expand my brand. My fan base is growing constantly I would say I have a few thousand fans, I’m being modest… Lol! I have performed at various places from clubs, to amphi theaters, lounges, schools and nonprofit and mentor events.


8. Who would you compare yourself too in Hip Hop? Who would you like to collaborate with?

I would probably compare myself to the Hip-Hop artist Common. Other than that, I don’t feel like I sound like any other rap artists. I would like to collaborate with Talib Kweli, Lupe Fiasco, Common, Nas, Kanye West, J Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell and the list goes on…


9. Are you unsigned or signed artist? Any indie labels?

I’m unsigned and looking to be the next big voice for the hip-hop culture.


10. Contact information for booking and list all of your multimedia sites and website.

Contact info: or

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Crystal Gazing by Za’Niyah

Your Horoscope Today! June 23, 2014:

New Seasons are awaiting. Literally and figuratively speaking. It’s time to take action!


Gemini (May 21- June 20):

You have thought enough, and wondered enough. Now it’s time to live life.


Cancer (June 21- July 22):

You are at your peak, and the best is yet to come. Seek guidance before making the next step.


Leo ( July 23- Aug. 22):

You are gentle but yet strong. It’s time to unleash that inner beast!


Virgo (Aug. 23- Sept. 22):

You are right, again. But others don’t know that they are wrong either.


Libra (Sept. 23- Oct. 22):

Live love laugh, in whatever order you’d like. It’s your time to shine.


Scorpio (Oct. 23- Nov. 21):

Not as deep as you’d like to seem? Stop trying to over analyze situations. You will miss out on a lot that way.


Sagittarius (Nov. 22- Dec. 21):

Don’t worry about getting your way. But things seem to just fall into your lap, don’t they?


Capricorn (Dec. 22- Jan. 19):

You’ve got it together, now keep it together!



Aquarius (Jan. 20- Feb. 18):

Don’t throw everything away if it doesn’t work on the first try. Try again.


Pisces (Feb. 19- March 20):

Pick which side of your creativity that you would like to nurture. You cant go wrong!


Aries (March 21- April 19):

You find peace with this new cycle of life. “Don’t worry be Happy”.


Taurus (April 20- May 20):

Eagerness is the vehicle most deserving of an award. If you try hard, then you shall prevail.


**These horoscopes are for entertainment purposes only**




Bridal Hair “For Better or Worse”

Shanell Monique LogoThe season for weddings are fast approaching. Actually here. What most bride-to-be’s worry about, is what style looks better with their dress. Although that is a very important question, my main concern is durability. Will it hold up in weather? Is it too hot? Too cold? Will it hold during the ceremony? During pictures? During the reception? Through dancing? These are very important factors to consider. Just in case your hairstylist can’t attend the wedding and/or reception to fix hair if need be.

Tiara vs. veil (1/2 or full). This is a question that hairstylists also need to ask during initial consultation, often before ANY suggestions are made. This will determine if there is an updo or if it will be worn down, and placement of the veil or tiara. Some brides wear both, so prepare to be versatile with the style! Most importantly, make sure it flatters the dress as well as face shape.

Styles that are associated with classic bridal hair are updo’s, and spiral curls. You can get as sophisticated, or as playful with the idea. Wear long loose curls, or tight curls. The longer the hair, the looser the curls will become throughout the day. This can be caused by the weight of the hair, especially if it is all one length. For best results, try layering hair first, then spritzing lightly with a control spray to prevent frizziness and to also block humidity, then curling. This will make curls tighter and adds body and shine to it as well. To get playful, try pinning some curls up, and leave some down. Or you can try pinning to the side, or a light hump or pompadour on top. Be mindful of veil or tiara placement though. Fingerwaves have made a comeback, especially with the netted veil that just covers the eyes and nothing else. Whatever style that you choose, take all of the above factors into consideration. For better or worse? Nah, we will be timeless, and beautiful! To purchase 100% Virgin Human Hair go to


Shanell Monique /Editor Enticing Resultz Magazine


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Skin Nutrition

img-22-920x3961 (1)Let’s talk about skin nutrition. What we eat plays a very big role on what we look like on the outside. All bodily functions, including the building of tissues, are directly related to nutrition. Foods are broken down into basic molecules that are used by the cells to repair damage, form new cells, and conduct all biochemical’s reactions that run the body’s systems. They provide energy that enables our bodies to perform numerous functions.

The skin is nourished by the blood and lymph through the arteries and capillaries in the circulatory system. Think of the body or the cell as a machine. All the necessary motors and parts to run the machine are contained in the foods we consume. Estheticians are not adequately trained in nutrition to legally recommend dietary changes to their clients. However it is beneficial for any esthetician practicing personal care services to have a good working knowledge of nutrition.

Find a diet or meal plan that goes specifically with your lifestyle and affects you positively. It is essential to eat breakfast in the morning. So start training your body daily. If you are used to eating processed foods and everything fried, you may not stop immediately even though you should. Take small steps, like eating a healthy lunch and include things you love to eat. For instance if you like eating apples and bananas include them in your meal plan. Start juicing your fruits and vegetables creating different combinations. Please keep in mind; eating more foods that are beneficial to your body. Expect a reaction to what you eat, your metabolism will increase with proper nutrition.

To function properly the body and skin both rely heavily on water. Water composes 50-70% of the body’s weight. Drinking pure water is essential to keeping the skin and body healthy. It sustains cell health, aids in elimination of toxins and waste, helps regulate body temperatures and aids in proper digestion. When all of these are working properly; they help the skin stay healthy, vital and attractive. Drinking 9-12 cups of water a day is an average recommendation.

So change starts with you! If you want something or desire a change, do it and start in moderation ease your mind & body to the subtle change. Before you know it, eating healthy and, maintaining your skin health will be second nature with great results!

From the Estheticians Corner

Smooches Lady SunShine


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