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Introducing Beautytube







Hey Guys,

We’re soooooooo excited to introduce Beautytube to you all. It has been an emotional ride getting this dream to reality.  To think it was once a just thought, but now we have developed an easier way to produce and film content for all things in the beauty world for women to enjoy and learn best use of tools, right application of products and some great tips & advice from professionals.  A huge thanks to all those who collaborated on this journey for all your time and efforts, all the knowledge that was passed on to us, “I could not of done this with out you all!!! So thank you again and happy beautytuben…

October 2015 was the release of  Beautytube.
After so many hurdles and endless roller-coaster ride’s developing the format for Beautytube was hard. But with lots of  photo-1testing and grinding we have nailed it, you can expect to see quick 90 second tutorials on all things beauty, including hair, beauty and nail-art lots of creative colour, learn to style your hair, do your own makeup, tips on nails and do a manicure on yourself.  Stay up to date with the latest trends, quick tricks for best eyebrows, eye makeup, splash on some eye shadow make those green eyes pop. Tutorials on long hair to short hair, to tell you the truth we are going to cover it all. We will be keen to hear what you would like to see next…


Find our channel on Youtube, with a weekly release the playlist grows on, with product giveaways across beautytube’s facebook and instagram.
You can slow that motion down to pictorials on our pinterest page. Dont forget to subscribe on our Youtube channel we are forever adding to our library of beauty videos.

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Ninety seconds: half a pop song; a Facebook check; a bathroom break. Or instead, you could learn how to style your own hair do your nails or slap on some makeup into a salon-worthy do. Hollywood glam waves, rockabilly quiffs, ombre nails, sexy sleek cat eyes are all just a click away with Beautytube’s new how-to videos.



Jax & Aleks

BT. Xx


So you’ve decided to take the plunge and rock a fringe. You’re not alone, this has been a super popular request at Esstudio this Summer. But one quick dilemma – which style will you choose? There are so many different types of fringes out there that it can be hard to decide which is the right style for you. There is actually a lot to consider when it comes to choosing a fringe – is your hair thick or thin? Curly or straight? What is your face shape? Can you really be bothered styling it every morning? Because the last thing that you want to do is have a fringe cut in that looks great when you walk out of the salon, but looks a hot mess every day between visits because you have no idea how/can’t be bothered to style it properly. We’ve all been there and done that, some of us have even bought the T-shirt, but this is your ticket out.

Straight Fringe

The straight fringe is pretty standard. It’s versatile and works well across all age groups. It’s a great way to hide fine lines and wrinkles or conceal a large forehead. If you have a long face this is the way to shorten it – but steer clear if you have a round face as this will only add width that you probably neither need nor want. Be warned though – a straight fringe relies on daily maintenance to keep it looking fresh. It’s fairly simple, just a quick run over with your hair straightener or blowdryer but be ready to commit.

Side Swept Fringe

A side fringe is a great way to soften a square or angular face. They’re brilliant because they can be easily pinned back if you are having a bad hair day and just can’t be bothered to wrestle with the blowdryer first thing on a Monday morning. Like a straight fringe, they are great for breaking up a large forehead. If you have curly or wavy hair, opt for a longer version of this fringe to avoid it bouncing up and going fluffy.

Parted Fringe

A parted fringe is a great option if you’re looking to make the switch from a straight fringe to a side swept fringe. It can be easily pinned back to the sides as it grows out without looking awkward like a straight fringe as they will generally graduate into longer lengths towards the edges. A parted fringe works well with center, off center and side parts so they’re super versatile. You can leave the ends sleek and smooth for a more polished look, or have your hairdresser add a bit of texture to the ends for a more grungy look.

Short Fringe

So 1944. Don’t do it. You’ve been warned.

Pastel Hair Don’t Care

Mermaid Hair. Unicorn Hair. Pastel Hair. Call it what you want – it’s still one of the best things since sliced bread. And it’s one of the other trends that has been taking the salon by storm! In the past few weeks we’ve done pink, blue, purple and orange. And we’re loving it!

Keep your eyes peeled for Esstudio’s Hair Tutorials which should be coming out next year – we’ll be doing a whole segment on DIY pastel hair and how to get the most out of it.


Cara Delevingne. Demi Lovato. Lily Collins. Audrey Hepburn. Emma Watson. Rita Ora. I love them. Every single one of them. Why? Look no further than their incredible eyebrows. The full-brow trend has been around for a couple of years now and it doesn’t look like its going anywhere fast. That’s great news if, like me, you’ve been bestowed a thick, fluffy pair by the eyebrow gods. But for some, this means undoing years of plucking, threading and waxing in a quest to grow the ever elusive ‘power-brow’.

The key to making this trend work for you is to work out where your arch belongs. The easiest way to do this is to grab a pencil and slant it from the bottom of your nostril to the middle of your iris. Follow this line until you reach your eyebrow – that’s where your arch should sit. If you can nail the right shape for your face, then you’ll be working your brows like nobody’s business. Just remember that your eyebrows are not twins – they’re sisters. They aren’t identical and they’re not supposed to be.

If your eyebrows are a bit fair go to your nearest salon and get an eyebrow tint to darken and define those babies. Too sparse? No dramas – pick up a brow pencil or powder and fill those suckers in. Just remember that you don’t actually need a colour that much darker than your natural colour – one shade should do it. The last thing that you want is a pair of big, dark caterpillars sitting on your face. You can finish off the look with a brow gel to set them for the rest of the day.

Sydneysiders – check out Esstudio Galleria’s Face Frames package; Eyebrow Shape, Eyebrow Tint and Eyelash Tint all for $60