Hello Everybody, At long last I am getting my blogging and vlogging act together and am working on my new site nadinebaggott.com. As soon as it's live I shall let you know as it will have links to Youtube, Twitter, TV and my writing. See you all soon and in the meantime you can find me on twitter @nadinebaggott as I'm happy to answer any beauty questions there X
Calling All Beauty Experts!
I spent an afternoon last week at The Princess Alice Hospice in Esher chatting to staff and patients as well as the local papers to try to get more beauty experts to volunteer their time. Why, you might ask, does a hospice need beauty therapists, hairdressers, make-up artists, as well as complimentary and massage specialists? Because there is nothing like being pampered to lift your spirits and make your day.
Look Good Feel Great is a new initiative at the Hospice and so my good friend John Scott and I offered to help raise awareness of the good cause. We joined two beauty therapists from The Beauty Salon in Hinchley Wood, who offered mani and pedis, as well as Keliagh who, as well as working as part of the Day Hospice Team, is also trained as a make-up artist.
But we need more volunteers and so I am putting a call out to all of the beauty companies and their teams, many of whom I know read this blog. It's a great chance for trainee make-up artists to practice and help out, and for trained complimentary therapists, hairdressers and beauty therapists to work with the Day Centre patients many of whom are coming to terms with illness and simply want to ask advice, be pampered and to look and feel better about themselves.
And to the big beauty brands out there, I am sure you could volunteer some trained make-up artists and hairdressers for just a day a month. The look on the patients' faces is worth the time and effort alone.
If you would like to volunteer time, staff or product donations you should call Julian O'Kelly or Keliagh Parsons on 01372 461802. Princess Alice Hospice is a registered charity and with limited NHS assistance over 75% of its funding is raised through voluntary donations and fundraising.