Beauty Treatments I’d Like To Try

Beauty Treatments I’d Like To Try

Micropigmentation / Microblading

I’m lazy AF, so the idea of having perfect filled-in eyebrows when I wake up is the dream. I’m not completely sure whether to go for micropigmentation or microblading, but after I saw that Bethan Leadley (musicalbethan on YouTube) got hers done, I want them! I’m currently trying out Wunderbrow, but it’s very messy and difficult to use. Damn these patchy eyebrows.

Laser Hair Removal

I’ve written about how I got to try out laser hair removal with the New York Laser Clinic, and it was awesome. I’d love to get more treatments on other areas, mainly my legs. Hopefully I’ll be able to afford it one day!

CoolSculpting*

I’ve recently discovered Pulse Light Clinic, and boy do I want to get a treatment from there.

I’m having issues with my jaw due to wisdom teeth and joint problems, which not only causes pain, but has made my jawline look quite lumpy and odd. No-one else seems to notice when I point it out, but my neck and under-chin fat kind of merge together and look weird. Anyway, after my last dentist appointment a year ago, I finally have another one booked for the end of this month. I’m not sure what can actually be done about it, but a fat freezing treatment using CoolSculpting would help the aesthetic side.

It’s non-surgical and gets rid of stubborn fat cells, e.g. your lower stomach, hips, or for me: the evil ‘double chin’. Pulse Light Clinic is right by Bank / Liverpool Street station, and there’s no downtime at all with this treatment! Check out the video below for more info:

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Laser Eye Surgery

Okay, not so much a beauty treatment, but it would affect my appearance if I didn’t have to wear glasses! I’ve wanted laser eye surgery forever, but my eyes still haven’t settled down so I can’t. They seem to get worse every few months, but the optician insists that they should stop when I’m around 25. People tell me that glasses suit my face (and they cover my nose a bit), but I’d love to be able to see when I wake up in the morning.

Botox?!

Getting real personal now, but I absolutely hate the lines on my forehead. If I had straight hair, I would 100% get a fringe to cover them, but my curly hair is far too wild for that. I don’t know if there’s anything that can help with that other than botox, so I’ve been considering it. However, I don’t like the idea of putting a toxin inside my face, and I wouldn’t be able to afford getting it topped up every six months.

A visit to a Chiropractor

Okay okay, not a ‘beauty treatment’. I have awful posture, as well as joint problems caused by lupus, so I’ve been considering a trip to a chiropractor. I’ve never had a massage or anything like that, so it’d almost be like a beauty treatment, combined with physical therapy. If I try it out, I’ll make sure to write a blog post about whether it’s working for me. I’ve seen a few good deals on Groupon, so hopefully I can give it a go before the end of the year.

What beauty treatments do you want to get?

Thanks for reading,
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*this blog post contains a sponsored link to Pulse Light Clinic, but all opinions are my own and it was written by me.

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  • I so need to go to a chiropractor too, it seems to be life as a tall person can give you terrible posture and back aches all the time, so annoying!

    Lotte | http://www.lottebeautybox.blogspot.co.uk

  • oh i would also love to visit a chiropractor too, my posture is terrible and it causes me such pain especially after a fall i had last year down the stairs

  • Katrina Downie

    I’ve had laser hair removal and I would highly recommend. Costly but worth while

  • Joanna

    I really want to try micoblading my eyebrows are so light u can hardly see them. Coolslupturing sounds interesting I’ve not heard of it before.

  • Laura Dove

    Ooh I would love to try all of these too! I would love to have microblading especially and probably will.

  • Linda Hobbis

    I’m a complete wuss so all these are too ‘full on for me’. I’ve also read one or two reports against chiropractors lately, particularly if you suffer from something like TMJD. Gentle and completely non-invasive gets my vote.

  • Lauretta

    I’ve been reading about Botox. I’m quite interested with this.