If presenting a gift to Mum for Mother’s Day is not your cup of tea, you can always treat her to a pampering experience. Here are 5 ways you can spoil the special lady in your life (and it’s not just limited to Mother’s Day)!
Indulge Mum with a relaxing spa experience. With so many varieties of massages available, Mum will surely be able to pick one to try! A good masseuse or therapist can help to undo the knots in her body and restore calmness to her spirit. This will be an especially ideal treat for Mums who work a lot - whether outside or at home - and will definitely be a good way to feel rejuvenated and revitalised afterwards!
Manicure & pedicure
It doesn’t matter if they’re short - Mums deserve to have pretty designs on their nails too. Take Mum to your favourite nail salon and help her to pick out a nail design she fancies. If she’s adventurous, why not ask the nail artist for a customised design? For a manicure or pedicure that can last longer, choose gelish nail polish instead of the regular ones. Also, while you’re at the salon, perhaps Mum might like to enjoy a nail treatment like a nail soak too?
If Mum’s been left a little frazzled-looking lately because she’s been too busy taking care of you, why not take her to the hair salon and convince her to try out a new hairdo? The experienced stylists will be able to advise hair treatments and a cut that would look good on Mum. With all the new style and colour trends around, Mum should be able to find something that will suit her lifestyle just fine!
Makeover & photography
Not ready for a permanent change in hairstyle or look? No problem! Just book Mum for a makeover and photography session. The stylist will be able to help create Mum’s favourite look and Mum can still feel comfortable in her own outfits! End the makeover with a photography session so that both you and Mum can show off her gorgeous look to friends and family members!
Shop for a new wardrobe
Has Mum’s clothes started to look a little dated? Help Mum update her style and jazz up her appearance by treating her to a new wardrobe of clothes, shoes, bags or accessories. For an extra dose of fun, get Mum to model the outfits she tries on – and maybe take a few selfies or wefies while she’s at it?