De­sire to achieve ex­cel­lence

Bundaberg Style - - BEAUTY & STYLE -

RACHEL McGarry loves noth­ing bet­ter than help­ing other women look and feel good. Rachel opened The Art of Wax­ing in Elec­tra St be­cause she wanted ladies and teens to have a salon they knew spe­cialised in wax­ing and tan­ning where they would get great ser­vice and qual­ity ev­ery time.

Rachel’s had an in­ter­est in beauty for as long as she can re­mem­ber and is ex­cited to have the op­por­tu­nity to share her ex­ten­sive train­ing and ex­pe­ri­ence with her clients.

“As a mother of three, fam­ily is very im­por­tant to me and, through own­ing my own salon, I have the flex­i­bil­ity to be there for my chil­dren while still also hav­ing a ca­reer,” she said.

“Through the salon I wanted to cre­ate a space that was ele­gant but re­lax­ing be­cause, as we all know, some beauty treat­ments can be quite per­sonal so I felt it was im­por­tant for ladies to feel com­fort­able in­stantly.

“The re­sponse has been phe­nom­e­nal and I have loved meet­ing new peo­ple ev­ery day and them know­ing very clearly that with me they will get qual­ity ser­vice ev­ery time be­cause that is hugely im­por­tant.”

Ap­pre­ci­at­ing how harsh the Aus­tralian sun is, Rachel also rec­om­mends spray-tan­ning as the best way to get that bronzed nat­u­ral glow that all your friends will be want­ing too.

Rachel also sup­plies a cos­metic line called Young­blood Min­eral Cos­met­ics, which founder Pauline Young­blood cre­ated out of need for those whose skin is eas­ily ag­gra­vated by tra­di­tional make-up for­mu­las.

Us­ing only first-rate in­gre­di­ents in their for­mu­la­tions, one try of their silky, lightweight Nat­u­ral Min­eral Foun­da­tion is all it takes to see and feel the dif­fer­ence.

Rachel McGarry - The Art of Wax­ing. PHOTO: MIKE KNOTT BUN240418WAXING1

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