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Old Mar 12th 2008, 1:01 pm
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Originally Posted by evec
Hi would you be interested in sponsoring me?? I could be there in 6 weeks! Have 25yrs experience, owned my own salon, worked all over the world on Cruise Ships for Steiner. I'm the one for you!! My hubbys a painter & we've a daughter (6), & we want to go To Brisbane so much, but the vias thing takes too long,thats why we're looking for a sponsor!
Can you or anyone you know help?????????
Thanks
Lorraine.
P.S. Please reply either way.
I own a salon in US,looking for a contact in Australia (hairdresser) to share a new product with,unlimited potencial.We just opened in Australia,Tammy T
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Old Mar 12th 2008, 1:02 pm
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I am a hairdresser in US,would love to talk with you on how I am transitioning out of 30 yrs in hair and keeping my salary!Tammy T
Do you mean your giving it up????
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Old Mar 13th 2008, 12:59 am
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oh no,not right now,I sell a skincare line(anti-aging and health & wellness) along side cutting hair,my salaries are about to match!We just opened in Australia & UK,Huge opportunity for you guys over there.Established 28 yr old company that is exploding in sells.They have cutting edge technology in all their products,they are amazing. Every hairdresser should be in this company!It is so easy to talk with my customers while doing their hair. Oh,I am going to win a FREE white merecdes benz this summer,there company car!i WOULD LOVE TO SEND YOU SAMPLES AND MORE INFO IF YOU ARE INTERESTED.tAMMY t
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Old Mar 13th 2008, 8:07 am
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Hi,
I've just passed the TRA (yeah)!! and our 175 visa has been lodged 28th Feb. Wanting to move North of Brisbane with my hubby and two boys 5 & 8. I've been a qualified hairdresser for nearly 16 years. For the last 4 years I've run a freelance/mobile hair and beauty business. I just wondered what opportunities there are North of Brisbane? And how easy is it to get a hairdressing job in a salon? Being freelance and working on my own I've lost a bit of confidence - although all my clients are happy and say I'm a fab cutter.
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Old Mar 13th 2008, 8:17 am
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Tammy t,

What is your skin care that you are talking about? I am a hair dresser & a fully qualified beauty therapist and have run a hair & beauty salon for the last ten years. I am moving to Perth in May 08 AM Asking out of curiosity as I specialise in pharmaceutical skin care. Is yours on a par with that? I will be looking for something to do when i arrive.

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Old Mar 13th 2008, 1:23 pm
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Hi,My line is Arbonne International,Its based on Pure,safe and Beneficial.I would love to send you a sample to try for free.Check out their website the stuff is amazing,plus the commision is incerdible.I am building a global network of people using and selling the product from my laptop ,and making as much as I do cutting hair 40 hrs a week!
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Old Mar 13th 2008, 1:26 pm
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Originally Posted by Jojo and Andy
Hi,
I've just passed the TRA (yeah)!! and our 175 visa has been lodged 28th Feb. Wanting to move North of Brisbane with my hubby and two boys 5 & 8. I've been a qualified hairdresser for nearly 16 years. For the last 4 years I've run a freelance/mobile hair and beauty business. I just wondered what opportunities there are North of Brisbane? And how easy is it to get a hairdressing job in a salon? Being freelance and working on my own I've lost a bit of confidence - although all my clients are happy and say I'm a fab cutter.
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Hey Jojo you've got to check out the company I work with,every hairdresser should do this on the side.Its Arbonne International,we just opened in Australia.Can I send you free samples.Tammy T
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Old Mar 13th 2008, 7:52 pm
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Tammy T

I have had a look at the website & carried out a search, This is just a Glorified Avon type product. Ingredients of products are not listed. They have used key words like nutriminic meaning nutrients not exactly science is it. Nutriminic they say is a serum that has a pleasent smell, there you have it!!! it must have perfumes / essential oils of a sort for it to have this pleasent smell. futher more it more expensive than some of my pharmaceutical products that i use in the salon. Mine is been governed and passed by the FDA has yours?

I think your thread is SPAM!!!
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Old Mar 14th 2008, 12:34 pm
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Hello,You can on product knowledge to see the list of ingredience,they have no mineral oil or animal by products.The retail price is listed,you can purchase them wholesale plus the antiaging last 6-9 months.have a nice day
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I think you need to do more research, go into there botanical glossary the stuff is full of mineral oils & extracts. How many grammes per international unit does it have active ingredients that actualy work, i suspect not very much. thats why its not governed by the FDA.

Again your thread is SPAM try selling your stuff on ebay instead!!!!!!!!!!

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Old Apr 24th 2008, 12:52 am
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Here is video of hairdressing in Oz

http://www.skillsone.com.au/Industry...ut-her-future/
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Originally Posted by Clan Fortune
Hi There,
We are moving at the end of this month to Brisbane, Wynnum hopefully and I am at present manager/senior stylist at an Aveda Spa salon I have been a hairdresser for over 15 years and will be looking to find employment pretty soon. I am 35 and married if you know of anyone looking for staff could you give me a shout.
Thanks Jean
Anyone who considers themselves to be a quality trained Hairdresser is welcome to contact me or pop in to see me in my salon in North lakes QLD 4509. I am a toni & guy trained hairdresser and have worked for Joshua Galvin, Goldwell and Jingles International to name but a few. Finding well trained and motivated team members is a nightmare so if you are interested give me a yell. We are situated in the Evergreen life style centre on Discovery drive and we specialise in cutting and colouring.
looking forward to speaking with you soon Emma Hemsley of Emma Hemsley Hairdressing.
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Old Aug 28th 2008, 12:20 am
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Originally Posted by evec
Hi would you be interested in sponsoring me?? I could be there in 6 weeks! Have 25yrs experience, owned my own salon, worked all over the world on Cruise Ships for Steiner. I'm the one for you!! My hubbys a painter & we've a daughter (6), & we want to go To Brisbane so much, but the vias thing takes too long,thats why we're looking for a sponsor!
Can you or anyone you know help?????????
Thanks
Lorraine.
P.S. Please reply either way.
can't do the sponsor thing unfortunately as we would want to meet you and see your work first, but when you get here come and see me at emma hemsley hairdressing north lakes brisbane 4509. The application actually doesn't take that long they just tell you it does, so do it anyway in the long run you'll probably get it quicker.
regards Emma
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Old Aug 28th 2008, 1:47 am
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Originally Posted by emmahemsley
can't do the sponsor thing unfortunately as we would want to meet you and see your work first, but when you get here come and see me at emma hemsley hairdressing north lakes brisbane 4509. The application actually doesn't take that long they just tell you it does, so do it anyway in the long run you'll probably get it quicker.
regards Emma
Hello
my family and i are just going throughm the emigration process now
i have been hairdressing for 16 years workes for myself for 14 with two salons i also run a private training acadamy and have done for 6 years. when i arrive in oz i am wanting to get straight to work
i have worked with Goldwell for thelast 14 years in fact just come back hme from a three day training at there acadamy in mayfair London.
were is you salon we are looking into moving to Recliffe Brisbane
area
regards Carl.
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Old Aug 28th 2008, 11:07 pm
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Originally Posted by Carl England
Hello
my family and i are just going throughm the emigration process now
i have been hairdressing for 16 years workes for myself for 14 with two salons i also run a private training acadamy and have done for 6 years. when i arrive in oz i am wanting to get straight to work
i have worked with Goldwell for thelast 14 years in fact just come back hme from a three day training at there acadamy in mayfair London.
were is you salon we are looking into moving to Recliffe Brisbane
area
regards Carl.
Redcliffe is about a 10-15 min drive away, love the fact that you know and are into goldwell as I love it and have worked with it for years and with chrissy tingle on many occasions. When you get here come in and see us we would love to add a male hairdresser into the salon, our clients are fab and just want great hair. looking forward to speaking to you, you could google our salon on the brisbane yellow pages to get our details
Thanks for your reply Emma
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