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The Best Skin Care Tools and Their Magic Uses

The Best Skin-Care Tools and Their Magic Uses

A rejuvenated face has always been the goal and technology is finding its way there with the skin care tools that keep turning up by the clock. The skincare industry has been revolutionised and technology seems to be on a full spree. In the place of skin serums, creams, and others, we now have several tools doing their work or making them more effective. You might be lost in some of the mechanisms of the tools such as microcurrents, microneedling, light therapy etc. or scared of trying out the tools for the fear of the unknown.

It would also be a grave assumption to think skin care tools are only the new technologies that have been mentioned. Old civilization had their skin care tools which are still relevant to date including Gua Sha, Jade rollers, Kansa metal and so on. All of this might seem like a lot in addition to the numerous serums, creams and the likes. However, in this article, you will be seeing different types of skin care tools and why you should try them out.

Light Therapy Skin Care Tools

Skin Care Tool Light Therapy

Light Therapy Tool or LED Devices as the latter suggests works with aid of Light-emitting diodes. These diodes emit specific colours at particular wavelengths which penetrate varying depths, giving unique benefits. This emitted light sets off a reaction(s) in the skin cells, each colour with a specific reaction. The most common LED device is a mask that covers the whole of your face. The LDE full-face mask can be used at home like most of the tools that will be mentioned in this article.

The blue colour destroys acne-causing bacteria while the red light increases blood circulation, reduces inflammation, and causes collagen to be produced. Other benefits include wrinkle reduction, skin healing and skin plumping. LEDs emit other colours like white and pink.

The LED full-face mask has a blue and red light. It can be used for blemish reduction, give a smoother texture, smoothening wrinkles, etc.

Uses of LED devices:

  1. Destroys acne-causing bacteria
  2. Increases blood circulation
  3. Production of collagen makes skin look plump
  4. Blemish reduction
  5. Smoothen skin
  6. Clearing wrinkles

Massage Skin Care Tools

When we talk of tools borne from the old traditions or technology, we have some facial massaging tools including the gua sha and Jade rollers of china, and Kansa massager and Kansa metal from Ayurveda medicine of India. Other massaging tools include facial rollers, massaging wands.

Gua Sha Metal Gua Sha is an ancient Chinese massage therapy tool that has been used for centuries to help relieve tension in the muscles of the face and body, boost blood circulation and the draining of the lymphatic system thereby reducing puffiness and inflammation. It helps to calm the nervous system, increases the flow of oxygen and vital nutrients to the skin.
The Gua sha massage tool helps those prone to migraines and headaches to address stagnant energy or ‘chi’ in the body. Before using a Gua Sha, make sure your face is clean or well moisturised with oil or serum. Then, daily, for five minutes, place the Gua Sha as flat to your face as possible. With medium pressure, move it upwards into and downwards out of the contours of your face and neck.

Uses of Gua Sha:

  1. rejuvenates the skin
  2. help boost lymphatic drainage to reduce puffiness and inflammation
  3. reduce facial tension
  4. sculpting facial muscles
  5. softening fine lines + wrinkles
  6. brightening skin tone

Facial Rollers The face roller is a recipe for a healthy-looking glow. Vital for skin’s circulation, elasticity and tone. Most face rollers have cooling metal bodies, allowing the rollers to mimic the action of an expert’s knuckles. And the Knuckle-action helps to amplify skin’s brightness by bringing oxygen to cells, while the rolling behaves works out your muscles.
Massaging your favourite facial serum into the skin with the roller promotes better absorption for a natural glow. You can use the rollers by gliding upwards from your neck but avoid your throat. Move on gently to the back of your ears—subsequently. Roll from your cheeks towards your temple, from the sides of your nose away from your eyebrows and towards your hairline.

Uses of Facial Rollers:

  1. enhance the absorption of topical skincare.
  2. brings oxygen to cells which helps to amplify skin’s brightness
  3. sculpting your cheekbones
  4. lifting the jawline and brows
  5. strengthen underlying tissue
  6. stimulate drainage to counteract puffiness
  7. minimise breakouts

Facial Massage Wands The most common massaging wands are the Kansa massager and Kansa of Ayurveda in India. The wands are believed to work by balancing your doshas, chakras and skin’s pH level. (If you are confused, Yoga is a close relative to Ayurveda). In use, the wands are moved in small circular motions over your temple, along your brows, down your jawlines.

Uses of Facial Massage Wands:

  1. Release tension
  2. Aid in lymphatic drainage0
  3. De-puff, firm and soothe skin
  4. Product penetration and deep cleansing.

Microcurrent Devices

Devices here work by emitting a gentle electronic current (electro-current). Electro-current may sound new but they have been around since the 1800s. Since the devices work with current, unlike a Kansa and the likes, you should read the manual before using it. Also, microcurrent devices vary—some combine electro-current and light therapy, some requires special conductive gels. Nevertheless, they are all quite straightforward to use.

Uses of Micro-current Devices:

  1. tones up the skin by energizing cells and stimulating collagen
  2. Treatment of damaged tissues and muscles
  3. Smoothen skin

Microneedling Tools

Microneedling tools work by following a process they are named after—Microneedling. The process smoothens the skins, allow absorption of topical treatments (and others) by poking tiny holes in the top layer of your skin. This is done with the aid of series of tiny needles. When buying microneedling tools to be used at home, make sure you go for the ones with needles that are no longer than 0.25cm. The idea is for you not to feel them. Also, these devices give a nice after effect which might make you want to use them often, However, this is not good and it is advised you limit it to thrice a week, and only apply gentle chemicals after use.

Uses of Microneedling Tools:

  1. Produces collagen and elastin that aids skin plumping
  2. Skin Smoothening
  3. Even-tone
  4. Aids absorption of Skin Care products

Dermaplaning Devices

Dermaplaning is a method of exfoliation where you use a sharp object, usually scalpel-like, to scrape off the dead cells and other fuzz on your skin. People use this when they want to use a skincare product and want dead cells to prevent the active ingredient from being absorbed effectively. If you are a person with certain allergies that makes exfoliation products unsuitable for you, you can also use dermaplaning devices. Scraping your skin can be dangerous but dermaplaning on the market makes the process safer and easier. Most dermaplaning devices vary so, follow the details in the manual carefully. However, regardless of the device use, apply sunscreen when you are done. This is because you have scraped off old cells that have been taking the harsh sun rays and your live cells are now exposed.

Uses of Dermaplaning Devices:

  1. Exfoliate skin
  2. Remove tiny hairs

Microdermabrasion Devices

Still on exfoliation, we have Microdermabrasion devices. But instead of scraping, they suck away old, dead cells from the surface of your skin to show your healthy live cells. The suction is done via a vacuum system. If your skin is sensitive, instead of dermaplaning, dermabrasion devices are a better fit for you. However, they don’t go as deep as dermaplaning devices.

Uses of Microdermabrasion Devices:

  1. Exfoliate skin
  2. Smoothen skin
  3. Soften skin

Hair Removal Devices

These devices help in shaving and waxing but without all the pain and irritation that comes with the use of shaving sticks and some hair removal gels or creams. Regardless of your skin, these devices work just fine. Some of them remove your hair with fast-pulses using both intense pulsed light (IPL) and radiofrequency (RF) technology.

Uses of Hair Removal Devices:

  1. Remove hair
  2. Wax skin

Cleansing Devices

Although most of the devices already mentioned above also clean, there are devices made specifically for daily skin cleaning and nothing else. There are two popular ones in this category. One of them looks like a big egg with a rubber body and bristles at the top. These bristles have been made at varying lengths and thicknesses. The cleaning device also has a button used to adjust how the depth of the bristles drives into the skin while cleaning. The device should be dampened with water before use then scrubbed in the skin. You have to adjust the length of the bristles to reach seemingly hidden areas. The bristles are very hygienic so you don’t have to worry about that. The second of the popular cleaning devices use micro-steam technology. With this, your face is detoxified and hydrated. The device has a small bow-like part that holds firm to your face which prevents the steam from escaping while cleaning your face.

Uses of Cleaning Devices:

  1. Soothe and soften the skin
  2. Clears pores and detoxifies skin
  3. Removes dead skin cells, make-up, and oil
  4. Hydrates skin.

Skin care tools now at your Fingertips

With the advent of new skin care tools and information of the old made easily accessible, home skincare treatment is now literally at your fingertips. However, this doesn’t rule out the place of skincare experts whose experience and knowledge are not only useful but quite frankly, undeniable.

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IMATS London

IMATS London

IMATS London, the annual International Make‐Up Artists Trade Show, is almost upon us and this year’s event is to be the biggest and best yet.

IMATS has been held in London since 2002 and has grown into the make-up industry’s premier trade show, with six events staged around the world every year in London, New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, Atlanta, and Vancouver.

First established in 1997 by the Emmy Award-winning make-up artist and publisher of Make-Up Artist magazine Michael Key, IMATS provides the opportunity for make-up artists, exhibitors, and enthusiasts to learn and connect.

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Nanshy at IMATS London

Nanshy is proud to confirm that we will be one of the top exhibitors at IMATS London, and you will be able to find us at booth 320. We are a British-born and based makeup accessory brand, specialising in makeup brushes, sponges, and cosmetics bags. Our products are ethically produced, 100% animal cruelty-free and Vegan. At our IMATS London booth, you will be able to sample our product range, see new products for the first time and benefit from unique event-only discounts.

Debut Products, Demonstrations & Masterclasses

Whether you are professional, a student or just love the world of makeup artistry, IMATS gives you the opportunity to sample a diverse mix of products, experience demonstrations and education from industry leaders. Oscar, BAFTA, and Saturn award-winning professionals can be found delivering masterclasses, such as how to perfect age-makeup applications, red-carpet glamour and body painting, while new products are often showcased and sold for the first time.

Battle of the Brushes

IMATS also plays host to the Battle of the Brushes – a competition for existing and recently graduated international makeup students to show off their skills in a race to create and complete the finest looks.

For the winners of the first, second and third place in each category, there are hundreds of pounds in cash and prizes to be won, as well as the chance to gain invaluable exposure and experience.

Makeup Artistry Schools and Study

For those who are contemplating and aspiring to make it in the world of makeup artistry, the best, most recognised makeup schools will also be at IMATS helping you to explore and ultimately decide which college is the best fit for your interests, personality, and talents.

Ticket Prices

Tickets for IMATS London can be bought in advance, so be sure to follow the ticket sale schedule.

Follow the link for booking bit.ly/imatsLDN19 | £20 off coupon code: SHOPPRO

General-admission hours are open to the public, but age restrictions apply – visitors must be 16 years or older to gain entry.

How to get to IMATS London

IMATS London will be staged at the Olympia National exhibition centre in Hammersmith, W14 8UX, and there are a number of ways to travel. On-site parking is available at the venue, but travelling by public transport, in particular, the London Overground or Tube network, is the more convenient and hassle-free option.

Travel by London Overground – Get off at Kensington (Olympia).

Travel by tube – For the Central Line you can change at Shepherd’s Bush for the Overground. For the Circle Line, you can get off at Hammersmith and then take a 5-minute bus ride or 15-minute walk to the venue, or High Street Kensington for a 4-minute bus ride or a 12-minute walk. For the District Line, you can change at West Brompton for the Overground, get off at West Kensington and take an 8-minute walk, or get off at High Street Kensington for a longer walk. For the Piccadilly Line, you can get off at Hammersmith for a 9-minute walk. For the Hammersmith & City Line you can get off at Hammersmith and take a 5-minute bus ride or for a 15-minute walk.

We hope to see you at the show.

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5 things not to miss at IMATS London 2015

IMATS London 2015

The International Make Up Artists Trade Show (IMATS) in London in July is jam packed with exciting things to see and do. There’s celebrity appearances, product demonstrations, and of course all the SHOPPING! But, as we’re all there to learn and grow, as well as to spend, we thought we’d mention some of the highlights of this year’s IMATS LDN so you can plan your days at Olympia to perfection.

IMATS London 2015

Saturday, 12:15 – 1:45pm, Apex Room: Master effects designer Neill Gorton creates classic horror: If you love a bit of horror and marvel at the special effects in your favourite slashers, this is one workshop not to miss! Make up designer, animatronic creator and prosthetics master, Neill Gorton, will be recreating a classic horror character live for you to see. The only question is, who will it be?

Master effects designer @NeillGorton will be creating classic horror at the #IMATS London Click to Tweet

Saturday, 4 – 5pm, Main Stage: Guardians of the Galaxy Panel Discussion: You won’t be able to wander round IMATS 2015 without noticing some rather strange creatures doing the rounds. That’s right, the Guardians themselves will be in attendance on both days, and on Saturday afternoon you’ll have your chance to put your questions to the panel of designers and make-up artists who created these Marvel-ous looks.

Guardians of the Galaxy are coming to London for IMATS on the 11th of July. Click to Tweet

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Sunday, 12:15 – 1:15pm, Main Stage: Airbrush for natural perfection: Presented by Kryolan, this session sees the exclusive launch of the company’s new product, the Nebula. In this hands on demo, you’ll find out what makes this airbrush so superior to its competitors, and how best to use it to create a completely flawless, natural finish.

Exclusive product launch at the #IMATS: Kryolan will present its new Nebula Airbrush Make-up on 12/07 Click to Tweet

Sunday, 2 – 3pm, Main Stage: The art of illusion with Andrew Gallimore: If you love make-up, you’ll already know the name of Andrew Gallimore. Having worked with the likes of David Bailey, Patrick Demarchelier and had his work featured in publications like Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, Gallimore really is the crème de la crème of MUA’s. His keynote speech on the main stage at 2pm will be followed by an exclusive book signing at Make-up Artist Magazine’s booth (No. 201), so if you’ve ever dreamed of getting up close and personal with a make-up legend, now’s your chance.

The art of illusion with Andrew Gallimore at the IMATS London. Click to Tweet

Sunday, 2 – 3pm, Open Forum Stage: Recreation of famous Face Off character: Well-known special effects artist and twice finalist in the TV show ‘Face Off’, Tate Steinsiek will be recreating one of his iconic characters as seen in season five of the show. Witness his use of foam latex, airbrushing, hand painting and blending to create a stunning masterpiece of special effects make-up.

Tate Steinsiek will be recreating a famous Face Off character at the #IMATS London this year. Click to Tweet

As you can see, you’re going to have a pretty packed agenda if you’re heading to London for IMATS 2015 this year. There’s loads more going on, not least our own presentation of Nanshy brushes on stand #310. Don’t forget to download your £5 off Nanshy voucher from here on the website, and come along to our stand when you have time to meet our very own MUA guru and Nanshy Ambassador, Barrie G. We’re very excited about IMATS; hope to see you there! Also if you know anyone going, share this post with them. They will appreciate it:)

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IMATS London 2015 Guide with Checklist, Map, Floor Plan

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IMATS, as if you didn’t know, is the International Make‐Up Artists Trade Show, and in a nutshell it’s the industry’s biggest gathering of make‐up, hair and cosmetics companies, as well as make‐up schools, film companies and more. Many of the companies attending give amazing discounts on the day, and of course there are a whole host of incredible speakers, demonstrations, workshops and discussions to inspire and educate all make‐up fans!

Friday at IMATS is the PRO cardholder day, and is a great opportunity to mingle with other make‐up professionals and see the stands in a less crowded environment. There are some amazing talks and workshops on, designed to inspire and educate make‐up pros, and you’ll have first dibs on the incredible offers, discounts and new products available from the exhibitors at the event.

Saturday at IMATS tends to be the busiest day, as it’s the day when all the press representatives turn up, as well as all those bloggers and style gurus you’ve been dying to meet! It can make things a bit more crowded, and the queues a bit longer, but you’ll be rewarded with a fabulous atmosphere and a high probability of bumping into one or two of your make-up idols.

Sunday at IMATS is a great day to go. The press will have cleared out, the pros will have bought their supplies, so you’ll be free to shop, explore and enjoy with less crowds and stress than the other days. Not only that, but as the event starts to wind down in the afternoon, you could really bag a bargain when you haggle with the stallholders!

If you’re only attending IMATS for the day, it’s a good idea to plan in advance what you’re going to be doing and when, because time really does fly when you’re having such awesome fun. Here’s our guide to what to see and do on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to help you make the most of your visit and maximise your IMATS experience.

IMATS Checklist – Before you go

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Getting to IMATS

Don’t forget to plan your travel to IMATS in plenty of time too. The venue is the Olympia National in Hammersmith, W14 8UX, and is well served by public transport. There is parking on site, but by far the easiest and least stressful mode of transport has to be the tube. Here’s how to find the venue from the major London train routes:

London Overground

Kensington (Olympia) is the stop for the Overground network. It’s just one stop away from Shepherd’s Bush on the Central line, or West Brompton on the District line.

Central Line
Change at Shepherd’s Bush for the Overground.

Circle Line
Choose to get off at Hammersmith and then take a 5 minute bus ride or 15 minute walk to the venue, or High Street Kensington for a 4 minute bus ride or a 12 minute walk.

District Line
Change at West Brompton for the Overground. Alternatively, get off at West Kensington and enjoy an 8 minute walk, or High Street Kensington for a slightly longer walk.

Piccadilly Line
Hammersmith is your stop if you don’t mind a 9 minute walk.

Hammersmith & City Line
Get off at Hammersmith and catch a 5 minute bus transfer or go for a 15 minute stroll

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The ultimate Friday what’s on at IMATS guide

IMATS Friday Guide

Don’t miss a thing at IMATS 2015. Take this handy timetable with you and you’ll be ready for every talk, discussion and workshop for the day.

Time Venue What’s On Who
12:30pm – 2:30pm Club Room A masterclass in digital make-up design featuring Rod Maxwell. Booking essential. Rod Maxwell
3:00pm – 7:00pm Exhibition Hall Make-up artist PRO card event
4:30pm – 6:00pm Open Forum Stage Make-up effects design panel Neill Gorton, Steve Johnson, Mark Coulier

The ultimate Saturday what’s on at IMATS guide

IMATS Saturday Guide Don’t miss a thing at IMATS 2015. Take this handy timetable with you and you’ll be ready for every talk, discussion and workshop for the day.

Time Venue What’s On Who
10:30am – 12:00pm Main Stage Bobbi Brown Bridal Hannah Martin
Open Forum Stage Application using a combination of silicone and foam prosthetics Thomas Surprenant
11:00am – 12:00pm Apex Room Contouring with colour Penelope Gwen
11:30am – 12:30pm Club Room Becoming a flesh master – making colour theory simple Rod Maxwell
12:15pm – 1:45pm Apex Room Master effects designer Neill Gorton creates classic horror Neill Gorton
12:15pm – 1:15pm Main Stage Journey through the decades with Lan Nguyen-Grealis Lan Nguyen-Grealis
Open Forum Stage Transforming Colour Siân Richards
1:00pm – 2:30pm Club Room One bodypainting, three ways: prosthetics, airbrush and sponge Gabriela Hajek-Renner
2:00pm – 3:00pm Main Stage Creating an artistic make-up for editorials and fashion shows Einat Dan
Open Forum Stage Career retrospective with keynote speaker Jan Sewell Jan Sewell
2:45pm – 3:45pm Apex Room Setting the tone: Customise and perfect with Temptu Pro airbrush make-up Vincent Ford
3:15pm – 3:45pm Main Stage Battle of the Brushes: Character / prosthetics awards show
4:00pm – 5:00pm Main Stage ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ panel discussion Lizzie Yianni Georgiou & David White

The ultimate Sunday what’s on at IMATS guide

IMATS Sunday Guide

Don’t miss a thing at IMATS 2015. Take this handy timetable with you and you’ll be ready for every talk, discussion and workshop for the day.

Time Venue What’s On Who
11:00am – 12:00pm Apex Room Lee Pycroft: My career commandments Lee Pycroft
Main Stage The art of male make-up and the context within contemporary society David Horne, Mark Bowles
12:15pm – 1:15pm Open Forum Stage Love of beauty, creation of art by Paddy McGurgan Paddy McGurgan
Main Stage Airbrush for natural perfection Emilie Guillermin
Club Room Working with wigs in the theatre Gillian Blair
12:30pm – 1:00pm Make-Up Artist Magazine Booth #201 Exclusive book signing with David Horne and Mark Bowles David Horne, Mark Bowles
1:00pm – 2:30pm Apex Room Getting it right: How to develop and execute a strong character Sofia Bue
Main Stage The art of illusion with keynote speaker Andrew Gallimore Andrew Gallimore
2:00pm – 3:00pm Club Room The horror of war: Cliff Wallace goes behind the scenes of Kajaki Cliff Wallace
3:15pm – 3:45pm Main Stage Battle of the Brushes, Beauty / fantasy awards show
3:30pm – 4:00pm Make-Up Artist Magazine booth #201 Exclusive book signing with keynote speaker Andrew Gallimore Andrew Gallimore
4:00pm – 5:00pm Main Stage Making the most of a creative niche Phyllis Cohen
Open Forum Keynote speaker Steve Johnson Steve Johnson

Your handy floor plan and exhibitor list

Floor Plan:

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Exhibitor list:

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Going to IMATS London 2015? Don’t forget these 10 essential items

What to take to IMATS?

If you’re getting ready for the International Makeup Artists Trade Show (IMATS), chances are you’ve already started planning what to take. If you’ve never been before, however, you might miss some essential items off your list, so we’ve put together this handy guide on what to take with you. Here are our top 10 most important items to make sure you don’t leave home without:

What to take

  1. Tickets: Sounds obvious, right? But really, check you’ve got your tickets in hand before you leave the house, because there will be no amount of begging on the doorstep that will get you in if you don’t!
  1. Comfy shoes: We can’t stress this enough. You are going to be on your feet, all day long. You’ll be walking the exhibitions, standing in line and rushing between workshops all day, so ditch those heels for something more foot friendly.
  1. Cross body bag: Don’t be tempted to take a massive bag with you; pretty much all the exhibitors will have funky shopping bags for you to use for your haul. Just bring a small cross body bag, big enough for your purse and camera, so those two essential items are always close at hand!
  1. Cash: Cash is faster, helps you budget better, and sometimes it’s the only option too. Some stands will not have card machines, and even when they do the Wi-Fi can sometimes play up making cash the only option.
  1. Camera: You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to photos. From incredible make-up demos to colourful product displays, there are plenty of photo opportunities so go with a clear SD card, a full battery and maybe even a charger, just in case.
  1. Make-up wipes: Trust us, you’ll be trying on a lot of make-up at the show, so bring something to wipe it off with if you don’t want to walk round looking like a crazy clown! Tissues will do, but make-up wipes are even better.
  1. Snacks: There are some food stalls at IMATS London, but they are expensive, and tend to have even bigger queues than the YSL stand! Rather than waste time queueing, bring your own healthy snacks and bottled water to keep you going through the day.
  1. Business cards: If you’re a blogger, a retailer, a vlogger or a small business of any kind, make sure you bring a stack of business cards to IMATS with you. There will be so many opportunities to network with other likeminded people, you’ll want to make sure they remember your name.
  1. Floorplan: Get familiar with the floor plan before you go, and bring the map with you on the day too. You’ll need to know who is where, and where you need to be for your planned workshops, talks and demonstrations.
  1. A friend: Take a buddy to IMATS if you can, and you’ll be glad you did. There is a whole lot of queueing to do during the day, from getting into the show to getting to the exhibitor stands. Having a friend with you can make this a little less boring, plus you get some opinions on those crazy eyeshadow colours you’ve been lusting after.

We reckon if you’ve got these 10 crucial things with you when you arrive at IMATS in London, you’re set up for a pretty awesome day out! Don’t forget to come and see Nanshy on stand 310, and to bring your £5 off voucher, which you can print out right here on the website.