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SAVING VERSES INVESTING

Now I am no Financial expert, but I do know one thing, most of us want financial security, most of us would like more money, most of us with any money wants to increase it, and the internet is riff with the good bad and ugly tips, advice and dangers about letting go of your hard earned cash.

article by Diane Shawe

I am a business entrepreneur, out there it is hard to raise small and proper investment that is not going to cripple your business or if your time sensitive and need to make critical investments that will impact the growth of your business, jumping through months of investigative hoops by funding administrator (who are important) could loose you that business opportunity.

So I started to check out alternate and then looked at the savers out there and shook my head at the very low returns they received from there banks savings.

I also saw the levels of complaints from some of them who lost thousands from these online trading platforms.

So here’s what I found and suggest: In vest in local small businesses here’s why:

What’s the difference between saving and investing?

Saving – is putting money aside, bit by bit. You usually save up to pay for something specific, like a holiday, a deposit on a home, or to cover any emergencies that might crop up, like a broken boiler. Saving usually means putting your money into cash products, such as a savings account in a bank or building society.

Because of persistent low interest rates anyone looking for decent Returns that are also safe has had a tough time for several years most of the best saving accounts for instance don’t even top 1.5% annual yield.

Investing – is taking some of your money and trying to make it grow by buying things you think will increase in value. For example, you might invest in stocks, property, businesses or shares in a fund.

What is Peer to Peer Investing

What is peer to peer investing it is a practice of investing money in notes issued by Borrowers who are requesting a loan without going through the traditional financial intermediaries and who are known to the Investor there is an individual investor and an individual borrower.

The key characteristics of peer to peer lending are it is conducted for profits so there is no necessary common Bond or prior relationship between lender and borrower 3 into mediation takes place by peer to peer lending company for transaction takes place online or in-person 5 lenders may choose which borrow to invest in the loans are unsecured and not protected by government insurance The loans are securities that can be sold to other lenders.

We have seen the growth of online Crowd funding platforms they are great for the long term business startup planner but ineffective for established businesses that need investment to move on a business opportunity.

What is Fixed Income Investment

So what are the benefits of fixed interest investment in addition to the benefits of capital appreciation fixed income securities provide investors with a steady stream of income generated from a portfolio balance.

Most people have done this by property investment but often find that they are investing more of their own money than

Creating a consistent cash inflow to the Investor.

One advantage of investing in fixed income securities is the peace of mind that comes from the stable portfolio balance and capital preservation by definition fixed income securities are required to repay the original amount of the Investment known as the principal balance in full at a specific date in the future or in increments spread over the duration of the investment.

Example: Principle Investment 12 months £1000

Quarterly income £100×4=£400 Return of principle investment £1000 Guaranteed Ethical Growth of funds in one year £1400

Fixed income is a type of investment in which real return rates or periodical income is received at regular intervals and at reasonable predictable levels fixed income investment can be used to diversify one’s portfolio as they pose less risky than equity and derivative investments.

Best investment plans for fixed income further the recent tumbling of the economy has bought the attention of investors from equity orientated plans to fixed income plans especially for those who are on the verge of retirement or those wanting a better return on their money than what the banks are offering. Simply put fixed income plans use regular Returns in the form of fixed income.

Do Hair, Health and Beauty Franchises work?

Trends and Facts About Hair, Health & Beauty Franchises

By Diane Shawe

Looking and feeling one’s best is important to many in the UK, which makes the Hair, Health & Beauty industry essentially recession-proof, as people are continually willing to spend on the prducts and services that make them feel better.

Make-up, hair care services and products, along with beauty treatments have steadily still been purchased.

A 2016 report put health and beauty purchases at 6.1% of all retail sales in the UK.

In a recent report, one-fourth of people aged 19-64 and a third of those over 65 said they had taken one or more dietary supplements during the surveyed period.

That is millions of people in the UK taking supplements on a weekly or daily basis. Health supplements are used to prevent vitamin deficiencies, boost the immune system, build muscle, and maintain overall wellness.

Why are we seeing these trends spoke? Because people are living longer so more emphasis is put into continuing looking and feeling good.

Report Just Out

DUBLIN, Sept. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —

The “Hair Wigs and Extension Market – Global Outlook and Forecast 2018-2023” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

The global hair wigs and extension market is estimated to reach revenues of more than $10 billionby 2023, growing at a CAGR of approximately 9% during 2017-2023.

The growing demand for high-end human-hair extensions and ultra-high-quality synthetic wigs across the European region will create new opportunities for leading manufacturers in the global market. The increase in per capita income and spending power among consumers will boost the revenues in the market.

The global hair wigs and extension market is driven by the rising interest for hair care products among men. The rapid urbanization and rising expendable livelihoods in rising economies such as India and China will boost sales in the global market. The market research report provides in-depth market analysis and segmental analysis of the global hair wigs and extension market by type, material, and geography.

The report considers the present scenario of global hair wigs and extension market and its market dynamics for the period 2018-2023. It covers a detailed overview of various market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The study covers both the demand and supply sides of the market. It also profiles and analyzes the leading companies and various other prominent companies operating in the global hair wigs and extension market.

Open letter to Hair Extensions Lovers from Diane Shawe

Dear Potential Client

At Need a Hair makeover hair extensions and hair loss specialist salon we can help make your dreams come true.

Accredited 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟Salon by @goodsalonguide as a top Hair Extensions Artist, we recognise how important your hair is to you.

Diane Shawe Author of ‘Getting Started in the Hair Extensions Business’ and ‘How Hair Extensions are Sourced Treated and Graded’

So what do we do?

Are you tired of your hair style and sick of waiting for your hair to get to the length you want, sick of chemicals, sick of your hair falling out? sick of thin lack lustra hair or do you need to disguise bald patches or do you just want a reliable specialist salon?

Well we can help you by using Hair Extensions, specialist hair pieces and wigs which presents a discreet undetectable solution.

Our Experience

With over 18 different hair extensions techniques and 30 years experience, there is bound to be one technique that can safely help achieve your hair goal in a short time without damaging your hair.

So if you have short hair but want it long, straight hair but want it curly, thin hair but want it thick, bald patches that need disguising or even if you want a total transformation such as a totally different colour, lenght and thickness we offer a free consulting service packed with advice and ideas.

Some trends

For instance this year long curls are the look that is continuing to evolve . In addition to all the classics, we are seeing looser curls, wavy hairstyles and curly trending, but the brilliant thing about hair extensions and hair pieces is that we can work with any gender, all ages, hair types and hair lenghts. Wigs are also in big time

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We often run amazingly fantastic deals.

Free consultation
Free colour match
Free refreshments
Free WiFi
Free friendly smile

What else do we do

We also work with models, actors, brides, wedding and prom hair group booking. Treat and disguising hair loss caused by medication, health issues or chemical damage.

Our makeovers can also include facials, contouring makeup, nail extensions, hair conditioning and photo.

Don’t be embarrassed

We also have a private room for those who prefer to be treated exclusively, we take all major debit and credit cards, you can book appointments online

Call 0121 318 2880 appointments

Just give us a call or visit our website http://www.needahairmakeover.com. you can also find us on facebook.

Other links

https://online-store.needahairmakeover.com

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Business Opportunity

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How to Start a Eyebrow Threading Business after Qualifying

1 day eyebrow threading course start businessAn easy cost effective business that can be done anywhere

Threading in the UK has become a very popular treatment over the least few years and with a few tips and ideas you could benefit from starting your very own threading business.
There is a huge potential for earning good money as a self employed beauty therapist offering eyebrow threading as a service.

Look at most salons and even shopping Malls these days and they have signs for threading in their windows. Look inside a salon and you will nearly always see them busy.
Customers don’t usually need to make an appointment, they just walk in and wait or get it done after they have had there other beauty treatments.

There has never been a better time to Start your own Threading business from home. Working on your own gives you the opportunity to work your own hours with much more flexibility and freedom then being tied down in a salon.

What’s more you can actually out sell salons with your threading service and make even more money than they do.

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1. You can offer very flexible hours.

Working on your own you can offer treatments at unsociable hours such as evenings or weekends. Just think how limited salon opening times are…

2. You can offer discounted rates.

A salon has huge overheads – staff, rent, heating etc, you can operate at very little cost and undercut salon prices hence making your threading prices very attractive.

Eyebrow Threading is an ancient art with hugh earning potential

3. You can offer a mobile service.

Clients love it when you can offer your threading treatments in their own home. Just think of the business mobile hairdressers get. Many people don’t want to visit a salon – they may have work commitments, young children, don’t drive. There are many reasons why people can’t get to a salon and offering a mobile threading service is a superb way to make good money.

Setting up a Threading business is not expensive. Although you should always buy the very best equipment, threading kits, tools and thread is very cheap.

You will have very little over heads, think what would you use for a client? A little talk, some wipes and a few metres of thread. These products will hardly break the bank expenses wise so your profits margins are very high.
The best place to start is to get some threading training.

A decent accredited Threading courses cost under £200  and be booked on this site with a credit card or even Paypal. The price to train is very little compared to other similar industries. A hairdressing course would cost you £1000’s. You can learn eyebrow threading in just one day with our One Day Professional Threading Course Workshop. Combined with a practice and guidance, you ready to go… A Hairdresser trains for months if not years before they can offer their art for profit.

Once you’re trained getting business can be quite easy. Start of by printing or writing some adverts with your details and phone number. Stick these up in your local shops, post office or Supermarket. Chip shops surprisingly do well as people stand in the queue and read everything! Most places charge a just couple of pounds a week.
You local newspaper classified can be a good place to put a small add.

Currently some local paper charge £25 for 6 lines of text. You can also try your local supermarkets notice board, local salon, church, women’s group the list goes on.
Also place averts in online directories so people can find you when they search online. Gumtree and facebook market places are also good avenues.
The best way to advertise these days is to get a small website built. Most people search on the internet for what they need and a nicely designed webpage can be a great source of clients. Get in touch with us if you want a cheap website, we know a man who can!

Once you get a few clients, word of mouth of is by far the best advert for your services and if you do a good job word gets round quickly and you’ll soon be booked up with peoples mums, sister, aunts, uncles?? calling you.

So, put in basic terms, threading training is fast and cheap, materials are cheap and you can start your business in a short space of time with very little outlay. Threading is a perfect business model

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53 facts, tips, and ideas that will surely give you the best ombre hair experience

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Ombre hair is not something new. Many celebrities have gone with this look and have made these hairstyles as memorable as their image on TV or in films. If you want to get that amazing look with two or even three color combinations to your hair, then you should definitely go ombre yourself and read on.

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Whether you are going to a hairstylist or if you want to do it yourself, it is best to learn as much about it as you can. One of the best things about going ombre is that you have a wide variety of colors and shades to choose from. You can choose the color for your hair roots, highlights and ends as long as you know the basics of ombre hair design.

Here’s a list of 53 facts, tips, and ideas that will surely give you the best ombre hair experience:

 

1. It Has A Simple Definition.

This style is often loved because it has a beautiful coloring effect where the bottom part of your hair looks a little bit lighter than the upper portion. To do this, you should bleach your hair’s lower portion. You should bleach the bottom part of the hair, and you dye it afterward. This will prevent your hair from looking brassy or orange-like in color. This step is useful only if you want to even out your ombre tone.

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How to avoid being Ripped of by Mobile Hair Extension Technicians.

Tina is classed as a vunerable person. After suffering many health issues including cancer, Tina wanted to attend a forthcoming wedding looking lovely and having hair like she use too.

She made contact with a mobile person who had been advertising for over 4 years on gumtree. (Now there is nothing wrong with gumtree it offer an effective service) She explained her problem and what she wanted. The technician said she could provide the service, quoted her several hundreds of pounds and said she would personally deliver and fit the bespoke wig the following week after requesting a £200 deposit.

The following week she turned up on the doorstep of her now client, put the wig on her head, added some glue collected several hundreds of pounds by bank transfer and requested she receive another £10 cash for a taxi to the train station.

The following week this clients head was on fire, she had an allergy reaction to the glue and nylon base and the wig kept falling off her head.

The technician failed to do a pre consultation, measure her head, find out about any allergies or even do a pre fitting.

So here are the things you should look out for prior to doing business with a mobile hair and beauty self employed person

A) Do they have insurance

Whether you are working from home or a commercial site you can get businesses insurance. Normally insurance companies want evidence of your qualifications and experience.

B) Do they have a certificate of Business registration

All businesses should register with their local authority who will do a site visit to see if you comply with health and safety. They seems thou a certificate of registration once thou comply.

C) Do they have a website or facebook page

Often they will display previous clients photos or reviews. Contact details and trading address.

D) Do they have references or reviews

Facebook, google or blogs will give you a window into what clients think of their services.

E) Do they have a letterhead or invoice

Apart from setting a good tone, contact details sms brand is clearly visible.

F) Do they have terms and condition of service and sales

This is important. It gives you am ideas of how they will deal with problem, guaranteed work and what you can expect from them.

G) What is there money back or put it right policy.

It is important to understand this and get it in writing, even a text message to your phone from there’s is evidence

Dont be afraid to ask. Your risk assessment will pay off

Needless to say we were there to help her with her hair goals and achieved the results she wanted.

Why Hair, Beauty & Hair Extensions Salons should Update their S.W.O.T Report

SWOT your personality & management style could save your business.

Article by Diane Shawe Author

Changing trends, diverse client base and increasing competitors are all hallmarks of change. How easily do you adapt to change and when was the last time you looked at your salons Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threaths.

One of the hardest things you will ever have to approach is getting an overview of how people perceive you after running your business for over a year. It is often said that sometimes the business owner can be the biggest obstacle to their business developing and growth. It’s worth getting an honest appraisal about yourself from a staff or clients. I don’t recommend family or friends as we often behave differently with strangers.

You might not like what you hear and you should make it easy for them to tell you. But Just like you would want an honest reference about a person before you employ them, you should seek an honest appraisal of how you are perceived by others.

This may help you make some adjustments before you embark on new business development and growth and help you get the best out of yourself at the earliest stages.

Swot analysis pointers

Your SWOT analysis should be made up of a separate SWOT for each component of the business. You must really examine each segment, probing every detail.

Determine the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for:

• hair, beauty and hair extensions business sector in your region

• the services you provide

• staffing issues

• clients

• competition

• market

• current marketing strategy

The following are a few examples of areas to look at:

Hair, beauty and hair extension sector in your region

• direction headed

• management

•Hair, Beauty and hair extension ethics

• customer service

• goals

• sales targets

• profit margins

• resources

services you provide

• cost to produce each service

• quality of services

• range of services

• demand for services

• pricing

staffing issues

• demand

• staff training

• potential

• communication

• cost to employ

• rapport with clients

• expertise

• attitude

• your management style

• what are your business values

clients

• most profitable target market

• customer profile

• quality of existing clientele

• quantity of clients

• needs and wants

• buying motivations

• how potential customers could perceive you

competition

• number of competitors

• their strengths, weaknesses

• your strengths, weaknesses

• their target markets

market

• the larger economy and how your business fits in

• market trends

• legislation changes

• position in the economic cycle

current marketing strategy

• position of hair, beauty and hair extension products and services in the market

• market perception of hair extensions and hair enhancement products and services

• advertising methods and relationship to social media

• advertising cost

• sales strategies

• sales promotions

• retail display

• market perception of retail

Performing and updating your SWOT analysis will give you a true picture of how your Hair, Beauty & Hair Extensions business could or should be running. It is essential to work out why some things are working in your business and why some aren’t.

You may discover problems that you had no idea even existed. These can be addressed before they get out of hand. It will also highlight many assets, which could be utilised better, even opportunities, which could be taken advantage of.

Discover the staffs’ perceptions of the business. Don’t be afraid or get upset to hear their criticisms, use them wisely. Some of your staff could have ideas that if used, would make huge differences to the hair extension studio. Quite often it is the smallest changes that make the biggest impact

The results of your SWOT analysis will be the basis for your marketing plans and decisions.

Extracted from Getting Started in the Hair Extensions Business by Diane Shawe’s eBook available on Amazon right now at: https://www.amazon.com/Diane-Shawe/e/B0052WG8V

Difference Between Remy and None Remy Hair Extensions

Extracted from ‘How Hair Extensions are Sourced Treated and Graded by Diane Shawe

• Remy hair: Hair that has been cut and maintained with the roots aligned and bound together at the top of the bundle. These bundles are carefully preserved throughout the export process and arrive at the factory still intact.

• Non-Remy hair: Hair that does not have its roots aligned. It may have been collected off the floor, or there may be some other reason they were unable to keep the roots together and running in the same direction. This hair is sold at a much cheaper price than remy hair.

Once the hair arrives at the factory, it is treated in a hydrochloric acid bath to remove the cuticle. A word of warning – hydrochloric acid is extremely hazardous. Please do not put yourself at risk by experimenting with this chemical! But back to the problem. It’s not the remy hair; remy hair is relatively easy to process and the damage inflicted during de-cuticalization is slight. Non-remy hair is the villain.

Non-remy hair requires a higher concentration of acid since the cuticle runs in both directions. This frequently results in hair with very low moisture content that appears dry and straw-like. Moisture is critical to good-looking hair. Human hair usually contains 10.5% – 11% moisture (measured in a controlled environment of ISO 40% – 63% moisture). Non-remy hair has trouble retaining this vital moisture.

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10 Costly Hair Extensions Mistakes by Diane Shawe

Celebrities on Red carpets and magazines have normalised hair extensions. Hair Extensions have been a trending topic among many women on YouTube. It is arguable that the main reason for the popularity of hair extensions is that one can get instant gratification. That extension adds to the thickness and fullness of hair in a shorter period of time than waiting for hair to grow.

As a woman, confidence is in constant flux, I know we all have those days that we just feel great. Our skin is glowing, our eyeliner went on just right, and our hair is lying the right way. And then we have those weeks where we just feel like our look has passed its expiration date.

Diane Shawe Author of ‘Getting Started in the Hair Extension Business’ and ‘How Hair Extensions are Sourced, Graded and Treated’ introduces the top 10 costly mistakes new and experienced clients make with their hair extensions.

1. Buying advertised premium Hair Extensions Cheaply

There is nothing wrong with cheap hair extensions but, when someone is marketing grade AAA virgin Brazilian double drawn human hair 18inches for £15 or £23 a bundle what sounds to Good to be true is often untrue.

If you do decide to buy this type of hair my advice is that they are only meant to be worn for fun or a couple of times.

Often cheap hair extensions are produced from mixed fibers and can look very glossy and healthy. If Worn excessively or worn to bed they will frizz and become matted.

All the other issues mentioned below would also be related.

So if you want your hair tho look like your favourite celebrity remember they are paying the going rates for the best.

2. Using Hair spray

Most hair extensions are processed abroad. In line with exporting regulations they have to be sprayed and sealed with an insect repellent so that insects cannot cross borders or the hair become infested by lice. Some hair extensions could be in packaging several months or a couple of years!

They are also subjected tho high pressure treatments such as colouring, perming and straightening. They then have tho be rehydrated and often gloss sealed to look enriching so you will buy and war them.

Hairspray from a can destroys all this. If you want to use a spray use pump action instead.

3. Leaving hair loose in bed

I advise all my clients to tie up their hair extensions at need time. Why?

To keep them from getting dried out from moisture from constantly being rubbed against the pillows.

To stop them becoming matted which would result in stressful brushing which causes premature loosening.

4. Wrong Brush

If your new tho hair extensions the brutish you choose to use will determine how your hair extensions look and are maintained.

The roots of your hair and the top of your hair extensions needed to be kept free from tangles short that the hair moves freely and naturally

You need to be able to brush your hair through so as to keep it tangle free workout tugging or causing pre mature loosening

The right brush will also help to make your hair look healtier and shiny.

5. Washing everyday

Hair Extensions do not produce their own oils, you have yup supplement and hydrate them yourself.

Washing them everyday will result in pre mature loosening as the water weighs them down and the oils in the shampoo makes them slide down with the weight of the water.

I know the objective is to probably wash your own greasy hair but it is best you separate the top of your own hair and wash that each day or use a reputable dry shampoo.

It is best to only wash your semi permanent hair extensions once a week to get the longest wear out of them.

6. Dehydration

Hair extensions will become dry and brittle and matt even more when they are dehydrated.

Central heating, air conditioned and being under electric lighting everyday and point 5 contributes to the drying out of hair extensions.

I recommend using a none oil based daily leave in conditioner. Spray from the roots through to the end every morning and before going to bed.

On the topic of Itchy scalp

People with normal to dry scalps will experience itching when wearing hair extensions because the hair extensions are absorbing what little moisture you have on your scalp so its making your scalp even more dry. Its important to spray the leave in conditioner onto your scalp.

With regards to clipins read my article about clipin.

7. Changing hair Extensions colour

In my professional opinion there should be no need to colour hair extensions because most of the popular colours are in distribution.

However as 90% of hair extensions come from Asia were all natural hair colour is black the only hair I will personally work with is 100% natural virgin hair.

If you are not experienced in knowing the difference between blended hair, human hair and virgin hair don’t attempt to re-colour it could be an expensive mistake.

8. Not preparing for holiday

OMG the amount of disaster stories I have heard with regards to this subject matter. Customers spend hundreds on lovely hair prior to flying out on that dream holiday only to end up with a partner or friend cutting it out. This is a big subject and the best I can do is recommend you download my care brochure by clicking here.

9. Oil based products

When you pour oil into water it floats, oil coats things, only the ingredient it is carrying penetrates. So when you put too much oil on your hair extensions it weighs them down, it sticks to your hair and attract the invisible particles to stick to your hair (the bits you see under a purple ultralight)

Try to use none oil based products, try not to commit murder by serums on your hair extensions.

10. Going to bed with wet hair

Why would you want to go to bed with your hair wet? Why would you be washing your hair that late anyway, why not in the morning? It makes no sense! Rant over… Just don’t do it! Matting, Tugging, Loss of hair so extensions look thinner, pre mature loosening I think you get the message.

Other articles you might find interesting

10 Signs You Need a Hair Makeover
https://www.all-about-hair-extensions.com/single-post/2017/12/19/10-Signs-You-Need-a-Hair-Makeover

Checkout our Face Shape Blog it might help https://academyexpresscourses.com/2017/08/04/matching-your-face-shape-to-a-hair-extension-hairstyle/

More info on Clipin hair Extensions

https://academyexpresscourses.com/2015/07/08/clip-in-hair-extensions-can-cause-traction-alopecia-if-worn-for-over-5-hours-a-day/

Is Stress affecting your Hair?

Article by Diane Shawe

How can stress cause hair loss?

Hair loss has been a major concern for both genders in recent times. However, very few people actually know about the causes which include stress. Stress sometimes induces hair loss which is sometimes irreversible. There are various treatments which can treat and disguise hairloss.

The link between stress and hair loss

Stress can lead to Telogen Effluvium which is a medical condition leading to hair loss. Telogen effluvium is often responsible for large portions of hair loss, where the hair typically falls out in ‘handfuls’. Up to 70% of scalp hair can be lost through this condition. Telogen effluvium doesn’t actually cause hair loss, instead it causes the hair to stop growing.

Stress can also lead to a condition called Alopecia Areata. This causes white blood cells to attack the hair follicles in the scalp, leading to very instantaneous hair loss. Hair often falls out in patches, but total hair loss can affect the whole scalp in the space of a few weeks. In very extreme cases, alopecia areata can also affect body hair – causing it to fall out as well.

After hair has fallen out due to stress, it often grows back. However, in some instances it does not and treatment can be required. We can advise on multiple solutions to help prevent, slow down or disguise hair loss caused from stress.

Disguising hair loss during treatment

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We do advise that a visit tho your doctor is recommended to check for other related symptoms.