THE “BIG CHOP” AND TRANSITIONING
“To love oneself is the beginning of a life-long romance” Oscar Wilde
To chop or not to chop? This is a big concern for a lot of women who desire to transition from chemical processes but do not want to lose the length of their hair. Many hair stylists will even tell you that you HAVE to chop off all chemically processed hair in order to go natural. This is a myth and is not the truth. I personally transitioned from chemically processed hair to natural hair without ever having to lose the length.
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A hotel beauty spa may simply be part of an exercise or fitness center, and may or may not be staffed to provide highly specialized services. A resort beauty spa is likely to go further, in terms of the number of staff and the training and skills they bring to the facility, and may have a more elaborate set of fitness equipment, and furnishings more intentionally designed to give guests access to a beauty spa experience. Like hotels and resorts in general, which come in a variety of sizes and can have very different atmospheres, beauty spas based in these facilities can vary widely. Ordinarily, guests buy beauty spa services as they choose, or they may be more or less integrated with the price of the stay. In this regard, the beauty spa’s services are much like the other activities offered, such as sports or recreational activities. However, at some hotels and resorts the beauty spa plays a more prominent role in the feel and activities. This is another criterion that prospective guests can use to evaluate their choices when considering a stay at a hotel or resort beauty spa. Prices for beauty spa services are certainly something that can and should be discussed when doing research or making a reservation at a hotel or resort beauty spa. Understanding clearly what beauty spa services are included with the accommodations, and which are separate charges, is important for making decisions about what services you will take advantage of during your stay. For instance, the International Spa Association recently reported that the average price for a massage the most popular treatment was $76 in 2004, the most recent year for which figures were compiled.