Beauty & Health Facts
How to implement Beauty Promotional products into your campaign?
Investing in a range of custom beauty products will take your company's branding to the next level and increase your brand awareness every time they're used. If you're starting out as a make-up artist, having a quality line of branded beauty products will help to raise your profile quicker. So, whether you choose to create promotional cosmetics to lip balms or both, you can guarantee you will be unforgettable to clients old and new.
EverythingBranded also have great giveaways that are ideal if you work in a salon, or if you’re looking for something to kit out your hotel rooms with, so your branding will stick in your guest's minds. And, as most of our promotional beauty products are compactly sized, you can be sure they'll be a staple in your client's handbags.
Our range of health and beauty promotional products are also perfect as gifts, and as you can buy these in bulk, you can ensure you've got enough stock for your customers to buy for their loved ones. If you're looking to complete your branding with a standout uniform, you'll be pleased to hear that we also stock an extensive range of promotional clothing that can be made to your specifications. At EverythingBranded, we are passionate about providing you with an unmatched service, so you can bring your branding creations to life. That's why our talented in-house design team will work with you every step of the way.
Products that contain ingredients from the sea are especially good for your skin.
The reason for this is your body plasma is very similar to the mineral make up of the sea, so essentially anything filled with the sea’s natural goodness will have minerals in it your skin need, by using them you are then restoring your bodies natural goodness.
The ‘2.25 Inch Hair Length Theory’ is true.
Many hair care brands have used the 2.25 inch theory over the years… it is a theory that will test to see if you will suit short or long hair. And it does work. Place a pencil horizontal under your chin. Take a ruler and measure from the bottom of your earlobe to the pencil, the diagram below should help. If it is 2.25 inches or under, short hair will suit you (you’re lucky as you’ll probably suit long hair too). If the distance is more than 2.25 inches, longer locks are more suited to you, avoid anything shorter than your shoulder. Give it a go.