June 26 is National Beautician’s Day, a time to show appreciation for cosmetologists, hair dressers, spa employees and the like.
In less than a month October will be here and with it comes more than Halloween candy and spooky masks.
Students aren’t the only ones who will head back to school over the next weeks as teachers will start working at that time.
Many consumers believe they only need umbrellas when it’s raining, but that’s not the case as the items are also great for avoiding damage from the sun.
Dehydration is a constant danger for people during the summer.
The summer is supposed to be an enjoyable time of year in which people go outside and explore all that nature has to offer.
In June, salons and spas can hold events for Beautician’s Day.
Doctors and small business owners can distribute promotional marketing products that can help women stay healthy.
Many consumers battle the common cold during the winter.
The beauty industry is one of the most competitive and lucrative markets in the United States.