How To Plan Your Bridal Hair Style

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A beautiful hairstyle is the shining highlight of your character. The Bridal
hairstyle is of paramount significance to enhance the beauty of the bride.
There are many gorgeous hairstyles to choose from, such as a simple
braid, up-do, or a trendy half-up and half-down hairstyle.

Use ornamental hairpins or a hair flower for a more casual appearance. For
more elegant bridal hairstyles, headbands or a veil can be used.

Evelina Kemp Hair of Port Macquarie says, 

“Bridal hair fashions need to be versatile to ensure a smooth transition from day into night, whilst uniquely complementing the bride’s personality and
hair type.”

Pick something unique one or two components for a modern bridal hairstyle. The dress is just the beginning. Your wedding look is not complete without the perfect accessories, veil, flower crown or bling!

While wedding veils are no longer considered essential for your big day,
there is no denying that this accessory can really elevate your bridal look.
Why not have the veil for the formalities and take it out and reveal your
curls and flowers at your reception? Half-up, half-down styles are perfect
for pulling off this look.

Up Styles | Add a twist | Make a statement!

UpStyles

The upstyle has quickly become a popular style among brides. If you want
to style it with a low or high hairstyle, it allows the focus to be on your face
and ensures that nothing stands in your way on your wedding day.

Add the Twist

We love these styles, and there are many variations of these hairstyles that
don’t require your hair to be braided. An option we love is to add a touch of
something new! Twisting a long strand of hair as a part of your crown to
create an updo is chic, and makes you look and feel elegant and royal.

Make A Statement With An All-Over Side Braid

To create a look that’s extremely romantic and dramatic, a long, straight
side braid can make a dramatic statement. We like this style because it’s
unique and appears completely different from every perspective.

 

 

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2022 Fashion Forecast “Duality” A blend of nature and technology.

The Key Spring 2022 hues are: An electrifying pink, a yellowish orange, a calming blue, a plant-based green and a creamy shade of butter.

Use overarching themes to design inspirational theme boards include colors, textures and fabric to convey a broader message for the season.

Bring it to life with words and images, make a statement a seasonal collection to launch new hairstyle trends, hair color,  make up, fashion and accessories  accompanied with tapis style culinary delights and beverages.

Remember: Be collaborative, included other's in what your doing and ask many questions, use each theme board to convey your inspirational message.

Read below: Upload your inspired theme boards we would love to see what you create.

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Overview:

The key Spring 2022 hues are: an electrifying pink, a yellowish orange, a calming blue, a plant-based green and a creamy shade of butter. 

"With prolonged periods of isolation, nature and its vitality will have a clear appeal, but technology will also be celebrated as connections through digital tools become a more necessary and valued part of everyday life," the official press release explains. "The new season's key colors reflect this duality, ranging from authentically organic hues to artificially enhanced tones."

 

 

Theme 1: Wild Orchard

"Orchid flower has an intense, hyper-real and energizing quality that will stand out in both real life and digital settings, It's also versatile enough to work across seasons and continents. In a challenging time, this saturated magenta tone will be a great way to create a sense of positivity and escapism."

Theme 2: Olive Oil

Electric slime green is out and a more natural shade of olive oil is in. This rich tone is likely to dominate the workwear, lingerie, footwear and accessories categories, In preparation for its widespread appeal, we suggest scooping up easy-to-wear jumpsuits and go-with-everything bags. You also might want to give your intimates drawer a refresh with lace-y separates in the comforting color. 

Theme 3 : Butter

Butter cropped up in the Fall 2020 collections and will hang around our wardrobes for many months to come. The yellowish cream color will continue to cover ready-to-wear pieces and will expand into lingerie and loungewear next year. So, hang up your lemon-coated jackets and pick up some buttery crocheted knits and cashmere shorts.  

Theme 4: Mango Sorbet

We're craving optimism and feelings of wellbeing with everything that's going on in the world. Mango sorbet — a delicious fusion of bright orange and yellow — is the perfect shade for our times, bringing a much-needed dose of energy to seasonal palettes. The cheery hue is already making waves in swimwear and activewear. Plus, it's covering breezy, summer garments that'll make you feel like you're on vacation. And who doesn't need that right now?

Theme 5: Atlantic Blue

Grounded and reassuring, this shade of blue brings to mind organic indigo dyes and the ocean. The year-round color is perfect for basics and activewear. Wear it now while you work from home and later with statement accessories — think pearl sunglasses chains and stacked bracelets — for a picnic-perfect look. 

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Headlines: Future of Ecommerce

Growth predictions expect that the Australian eCommerce market will balloon from around AUD 13.9 billion in 2017 to AUD 21.7 billion by the end of 2022 Transdirect

Ecommerce US, businesses should anticipate a 265% growth rate, from $1.3 trillion in 2014 to $4.9 trillion in 2021. These figures show a future of steady upward trend with no signs of decline. But, what's even more interesting is that the global eCommerce sales have been steadily eating up the worldwide retail market. Beeketing 

Does eCommerce have a future?

US B2B eCommerce sales might grow to $6.6 trillion this year. There is a growing trend where companies buy software, products, and services for their workforce. It has never been more critical for companies to have the software to automate as many processes as possible. 3 Dec 2020 Oberlo

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  • Existing website
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Unifie eCommerce self-manage membership is ideal for manufacturers, distributors, multi-store locations, and service providers.  

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  • Your eCommerce account
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  • Manage products and service
  • SEO and keyword management
  • Web presence (shop products directory)
  • It is ideal for smaller businesses looking to focus on the front end of their business. At the same time, we monitor and promote their products and services.

Unifie: The marketing multiplier system minimizes marketing overhead, and maximizes your team’s uniqueness.

The power of two: Enjoy white-label content and Unifie branded content, share content on existing social media platforms, websites, and e-mail marketing lists. 

Unifie branding content notifies its subscribers using social media platforms and other professional vendors.

We work alongside generating marketing content, blog posts, insert promotional banners with a matching post.

 "We want to support the growth of your business, not take over your business." 

Our motto: "Do what you do best, and we can help with the rest." 

Mission: Sync beautifully with your business, bring you new business, enhances your brand, add multiple distribution and marketing channels.

 

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While in Port Macquarie Places to Visit.

Bandwagon Café

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Fully licensed, open 7am-3pm 7 days.

Suzu Japanese Dining

Japanese Restaurant in Port Macquarie, come by our Japanese spot, where we serve-up a delicious menu which includes healthy options. We look forward to welcoming you!


 



Summer Membership For The Red-Hair Club Is Up, Thanks To These Celebrities

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Welcome to our new post, Evelina Kemp Hair and Beauty. Think of it as your direct line to the designers, stylists, beauty experts, editors, and tastemakers who are shaping the fashion and beauty world.
Red hair has long been synonymous with fall beauty trends, but celebrities are
switching things up this year and making a case for going red in the summer. It
makes sense if you think about it; the colour red is daring, hot, and exciting, which sums up the nature of summer beauty perfectly!

Chloe Bennet is getting superhero ready. The actress is prepping to join CW's live-action Powerpuff Girls reboot as Blossom, which as you might have guessed, means iconic red hair. Bennet shared a glimpse of her freshly dyed look on Instagram on Tuesday with a motivating caption.

The hair colour picked up steam after Netflix’s hit miniseries The Queen's Gambit aired at the end of 2020. Since then, we've seen many iterations of the fiery hue pop up on our Instagram feeds, from code red to rust and tiger daylily. Lipa went for a bright tiger-daylily hue for her latest Versace campaign, while Ciara went for a deeper rust red, proving there's a shade of red that looks stunning on everyone!

Ahead, see all our favourite celebrities' red-hair-color transformations this
year so far.

The Best Red Hair Colour Ideas to Try Right Now.

Dua Lipa is a redhead in her first high fashion campaign The 25-year-old singer underwent the same transformation—and then some, with a set of choppy bangs by the hairstylist Paul Hanlon—for the house’s fall 2021 campaign, photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.

 

"Pelirroja." (That's Spanish for redhead if you didn't know.) Ciara,  On May 30, the singer revealed new, waist-length hair in a vibrant copper hue on her Instagram. And let us tell you, it is a sight to behold.

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Emma Chamberlain has officially joined the redhead club. After paying a visit to celebrity makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan and celebrity hairstylist Laura Polko on Thursday, she revealed a whole new look — this "code red" hair color and bronzed makeup to match — and it's giving us major The Queen's Gambit vibes.
Gigi Hadid Versace’s fall 2021 spring outing, alongside models like Adut Akech, Mica Argañaraz, Irina Shayk, and her sister Bella. (Plus the house’s new favorite, “plus-size” model Precious Lee.) Hadid would have made a splash anyway, but on top of that, she opened and closed the show—and, in a beauty first, as a redhead.
Ashley Benson Is Officially A Redhead, And Wow, This Look Is Amazing the Pretty Little Liars star captioned an Instagram photoset posted Thursday, which she which she followed up with a couple more pics.

Ashley Benson — who confessed via Instagram that she's "always wanted to be a redhead" — are just a few of the celebrities who decided to turn up the heat this season and dye their hair red.

Charlize Theron, and Chloe Bennet are also new members of the red-hair club after dyeing their hair for upcoming movie roles.

Charlize Theron Looks Unrecognizable With Bright Red Hair

Want to know more about Hair Colour book an appointment at Evelina Kemp Hair and Beauty and ask about what is the best colour options for you and your hair.

Go Grey Gracefully – Whether You Cover It Up Or Not!

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The epic battle between blondes and brunettes is well-fought, but there’s a new player making waves in the hair game. Celebrities of all ages have embraced the grey hair trend, from Jennifer Lawrence

Most recently, Jennifer Lawrence traded in her bright blonde locks for a new silver 'do, proving just how glamorous this icy hue can be.
to Jamie Lee Curtis, The moment when you discover your first grey hair is something of a universal rite of passage.
“This is how I’m doing now,” she wrote. And it’s not the first time the actress has revealed her natural appearance. and more recently, Demi Moore. The trend unravels through a variety of dye jobs, such as solid grey, grey ombre,
A fabulous ombre fade from black to gun-metal gray to silver-white.

grey balayage,

blonde and grey blend.

embrace your grey hair, learn how to make the most of your grey hair.

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Pati Dubroff Confirms It’s Totally Fine To Apply Makeup With Your Fingers

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Art takes on a different form when it comes to makeup artist Pati Dubroff. Using bare celebrity faces and makeup brushes as her medium, she’s established herself as an artistic mastermind creating countless iconic beauty moments. Her long and successful career has taken her from ’90s-era fashion runways to

music video sets to the glossy pages of Vogue to red carpet events and, recently, even film. Her impressive résumé is well documented in the Getty Images archives of clients such as Margot Robbie, Kirsten Dunst, Angelina Jolie, Kate Bosworth, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, and so many more. Since entering the makeup world back when supermodels like Claudia Schiffer and Christie Turlington ruled the sartorial world, she’s proven herself to be a true whiz at navigating ever-changing beauty trends. To this day, you can still find her creativity flourishing on the carpets of the Met Gala or in the glossy pages of international publications. This week, she sat down with Hillary Kerr to discuss how she fell in love with makeup at the age of 10 and the many milestones she’s reached in her career throughout the decades.

Confirm or deny, I read that you started doing makeup at the age of 10. Is that true?

Confirm, yeah!

What drew you to makeup? And at what point do you go from “I’m 10 and I’m playing with it” to “Wait, this might be a career”?

It’s interesting because way back then, we’re talking 40 something years ago, being a makeup artist wasn’t a known career like it is now. I think if you ask a 3-year-old, they know what a makeup artist is now, right? But back then, it wasn’t one of the career options. My mother had this little makeup table, she wasn’t extravagant with it, but she had a few nice things, and I just gravitated to that. I wanted to play, and she let me play. I would paint it on myself, watch her do herself, then start to do her friends, my friends. Then I was the girl who everyone went to for the school plays and the dances. I just knew I loved it. I remember thinking, I want to be around this when I grow up, but I didn’t say, “I want to be a makeup artist when I grow up.” So that took me finishing high school and then getting to New York, and then obviously, department stores had makeup artists. I went straight there. That was the first entry point as a way to intertwine that thing that I was really into and a way to pay the bills. And I was young. I was straight out of high school, literally. I graduated, and I hightailed it to New York City, and I got that job at a counter. That started setting me up to see all of the opportunities. And you know, a makeup artist can be a working makeup artist in so many avenues. There are so many ways to express yourself as a makeup artist. It doesn’t have to look one way. I’m really fortunate that I got to try out a few different ways early on.

Let’s talk about the red carpet. How does that vary? What was it like figuring out what worked for the red carpet, for you, for your clients, for everyone?

Well, no one taught me the red carpet. I didn’t assist anyone on a red carpet. That was purely trial and error. The very first Oscars red carpet that I did was Liv Tyler. It was 1999, and she was wearing a lavender Prada gown, and I did a pretty makeup look. But when I look at it now, I’m like, oh, I could have been a little more red carpet polished. I didn’t know. I was doing her as if she was doing an editorial.

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It was a learning curve seeing the result of red carpet images when WireImage, back then before it was even Getty, those WireImage pictures would come out. You would just kind of have your fingers crossed and hope it looked okay. It was really just repetitively looking and going, Oh, ah. That didn’t work. Why? Not gonna do that again. Or Oh, that looked really pretty. So trial and error. And you’re not just doing the makeup for the red carpet; you’re doing the makeup for the entire rest of the night. You’re doing her at noon, and she’s out till 2 in the morning. That’s got to hold up; there’s a lot going on between those 14 hours or whatever. It’s finding the balance between looking great in every lighting situation, the makeup performing and holding, and looking great when they’re talking to their friends. I think that that’s where sometimes a misstep can happen. Someone’s wanting so bad to make sure that it’s gonna photograph well, look great on the TV screen, but they’re not thinking about that person having to be close with their peers and feel confident and not feel like they have a cake face, unless that’s their thing.

You’ve also worked with Charlize Theron a lot over the years. We’re talking about campaigns, red carpets, and even your first feature film, The Huntsman: Winter’s War. Can you tell me a little bit about that project?

Well, actually, it wasn’t my first feature film. It was my first feature film as a makeup artist. I did a feature film as an actress. But my first as a makeup artist, Charlize asked me to do that, and I was like, “Oh, no, no, no. I don’t do film. It’s not my thing.” She actually talked me into it by explaining to me that, especially with that film, we could treat it as if it was a really high-fashion editorial. Each outfit could have a very extremely different look, and we could play, and we could get really creative. So that was the carrot that was dangling that drew me in. I was concerned about the technicalities of a film set because of the whole continuity thing—I didn’t really know about continuity—but she convinced me. The makeup artists that were there that were doing the entire film, they would help me, they would teach me, and they were so gracious. And you know, it’s a little bit of a tricky position to be in when you’re the celeb request. You’re not in the union, and you’re an outsider. They were so gracious and so sweet. I got to have a lot of fun and do some crazy stuff with like gold leaf and black blood.

You have worked with Priyanka Chopra and Margot Robbie for years now, and they have countless incredibly stunning looks. Let’s talk about the camp-themed Met Gala. Priyanka wore silver Dior, there were a lot of silver accents, and you did sort of a plumb berry lip. How did that look come together?

I was looking at those images again recently, and I was like, whoa, I kind of went for it. First of all, [the theme] is camp. So that’s like anything goes. The vibe of that dress, there was a nod to the royal courts of the past. A Marie Antoinette reference was thrown into the mix. I was looking at these old Dior Galliano runway shows where he had kind of powdered white faces, very court-like, and big, big hair. There was some of that brought into the mix. I did these Swarovski crystals as a beauty mark because I had learned in my research that in that period, the placement of the beauty mark was very important for sending a message to others. Like if you place it here, you’re single. If you place it here, you’re flirty and maybe you’re ready to get rowdy. If you place it there, you’re married. I loved that, those subtle cues. We did one and then we did another, and then we thought, let’s put one in the center like a bindi because that’s speaking to her heritage. It was actually one of the trickier red carpets for me because I didn’t know what the dress was going to look like until pretty late in the game. It was one of those [times] where nobody really knew what they wanted to do until we got into the room.

This interview has been edited and condensed for clarity.

This could be anyone of us.

Excited to open a business, we inherently think about who our competition is the staff and other businesses. Our hopes and dreams how to bring them to reality, and  most of all, doing what we  love.

As time goes by frustration, weariness the great ideas begin to fade the desire to grow changes into how to get by, consumed with daily tasks and lack on knowledge turns into effort, let down, frustration, Isolation now decisions need to be made on how to stay afloat do I add more staff, rent a station do hair at home, sell the business or close her doors.

Disappointed: The team has dispersed clients are confused, staff members are disenchanted the revolving door keeps turning.

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