Salons Discovering Their G Spot

Anne Moratto | December 11, 2012 | 11:29 AM

 When I had my G The Body Art Professional Glitter Tattoo applied at a press event, I felt my hip-quotient go up several points.  These temporary body art tattoos are created with stencils of such artful designs that there is something for everyone—from bride to businesswoman.  My G spot was on my inner wrist, where a week later I still have the Chinese characters for "Inner Peace" adorning my skin.Salons Discovering Their G Spot

Salons incorporating these one-time-use stencils into their menu find them simple and speedy to apply and easy to upsell. Temporary glitter body art is something that doesn’t interfere with other salon services and G The Body Art has designed their system with busy salon professionals in mind. Salons Discovering Their G Spot

 G The Body Art Professional uses a refined cosmetic grade glitter, which allows the body art to lie flat to the skin with a smooth soft finish. G The Body Art Professional’s Body Glue is patent-pending, latex-free, dermatologically tested and hypoallergenic. The body art lasts up to 7 days and is immediately waterproof. Glitter will not flake off with proper application.  Salons Discovering Their G Spot

 “G The Body Art Professional packs everything beauty professionals need to maximize their creativity, client referrals and bottom line into three starter kits that put them in the temporary glitter body art business. Kits range from $195.00 to $795.00 and yield thousands of dollars in profits,” says Beatrice Fogle, chief operating officer. “We make it easy for beauty professionals to apply beautiful detailed body art in treatment rooms or at the station in full-service salons, day spas, nail salons or skin care boutiques to build additional service revenue into every ticket.”

 G The Body Art Professional offers three kits to get salons into the glitter body art business. Each contains a variety of design stencils, refined cosmetic grade glitter, Swarovski crystals, body glue, brushes, an instructional DVD and a look book. Supplies are also available open stock. Clients can take home stencils, glitter, brushes, body glue and crystals for quick touchups and to express their own artistry.

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