Health and Beauty
You can have long, luxurious locks with hair extensions done by award-winning hairdresser Sara Donnelly.
Sara has been a hair-dresser for more than eight years and she uses and recommends the Hairlok hair extension system which is 100 per cent human hair.
There are two grades available – Indian hair at $6.50 a strand or Russian hair which is processed using the least amount of chemicals at $8.50 a strand.
Now Sara also has in the salon, Balmain Tape extensions which are actually weft extensions and totally re-usable. One weft is $99.95 and is made up of five strands.
“Hair extensions are as popular as ever,” Sara said. “Why not treat yourself to a new hair style, cut or glorious extensions.”
Sara offers a comprehensive hairdressing service for men, women and children and stocks Goldwell products as well as NAK products which are Australian owned and made.
JOAN LAWMAN SCHOOL OF BEAUTY
If you are considering a career in beauty therapy the Joan Lawman School of Beauty open day on Saturday, September 19 is a must.
Joan Lawman School of Beauty has been operating in Byron Bay since 1998 and is a registered training organisation.
It offers nationally recognised Austudy/Abstudy approved courses, including Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy and Diploma of Beauty Therapy.
Both courses will be taking enrolments for 2010 at the open day.
Head of the school, Joan Lawman, says beauty therapy is much more than ‘sitting around doing make-up all day’, and the open day will include numerous demonstrations on the many and varied aspects of the profession.
Teachers will also be on hand to discuss the various career pathways available to beauty therapy students.
People who have experience in the industry are also encouraged to attend to discover how to upskill and further their career in the industry.
The open day will be held from 11am to 3.30pm at the Joan Lawman School of Beauty, Suite 2 Byron Arcade, Lawson St, Byron Bay.
For more information phone 6685 8046.