Saturday, June 28, 2014

Beading Gem Jewelry at Eternally Beautiful Spa

By on Saturday, June 28, 2014 3 Comments

I`ve had the most amazing time in the last few months after I joined the local chapter of a business referral group for women entrepreneurs called Athenapreneurs.  We meet once a month to share ideas, support, educate and motivate each other in our endeavors. These meetings are held at the Eternally Beautiful Spa in Kitchener, Ontario.  That`s how I met Shamila who owns this lovely home spa.

She is not only an esthetician but a clinical podologist to boot (pun intended!).  Many of her happy clients know her as the Eyebrow Guru because she is so good at getting the right eyebrow shapes for individual faces.  I`ve only ever been to a spa once before and that didn`t inspire me to revisit one until I met Shamila.  She is very good at what she does and what`s more, delivers excellent customer service.

She has taught me a lot about skin care and I helped her with her social media promotion. Ours is a growing friendship as we share much of the same outlook in life. We continue to support each other.  We like to say we are both in the beauty business - making women look their very best!

The Eternally Beautiful Spa now stocks some of my jewelry for sale. A small selection which I will refresh each month. It`s a wonderful opportunity as many people still prefer to see jewelry up close rather than shop online before committing. A mutually advantageous arrangement which also sees my jewelry being sold year round.

Have you considered something similar with your hairdresser etc?

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  1. Great idea for a smaller shop as this but I've heard that you need to be careful with the chemicals tarnishing your jewelry.

  2. Sounds like a mutually guru-tastic relationship, Pearl!

  3. Bev - that's why one should use non-tarnish wire or use Renaissance wax to protect the metal parts. Even in a regular shop, the metal will tarnish if exposed to air.