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||stunning|| by @evanlane #evanlane #photography

||stunning|| by @evanlane #evanlane #photography

I will be available to do hair for location/destination/ in salon weddings on Fridays for now.. Byron to Melbourne xx I have three talented friends working alongside me- pre colours 🌈@breezycosmicavalon πŸ“· @sarahchknsn πŸ’„ @aleishamakeup . This bride was the gorgeous @brooketestoni @maidensydney her πŸ“· @justinaaronweddings xxx

I will be available to do hair for location/destination/ in salon weddings on Fridays for now.. Byron to Melbourne xx I have three talented friends working alongside me- pre colours 🌈@breezycosmicavalon πŸ“· @sarahchknsn πŸ’„ @aleishamakeup . This bride was the gorgeous @brooketestoni @maidensydney her πŸ“· @justinaaronweddings xxx

I’ve been sent a beautiful preview of @brooketestoni ‘s wedding. Photos by @justinaaron and makeup by @torilouisecullen. Follow their journeys xxx

I’ve been sent a beautiful preview of @brooketestoni ‘s wedding. Photos by @justinaaron and makeup by @torilouisecullen. Follow their journeys xxx

Barbers up until the 18th century were called Barber Surgeons. Red and white poles signified Surgeons, you could receive a haircut, tooth pull, bloodletting or any minor need. Blue and white poles were hair only. The barber’s pole originated from the rod that the patient gripped to make their veins bulge, making them easier to slice open. A brass ball at the top symbolised the basin that collected the blood. The pole’s red and white stripes represent the bloodied bandages, which would be washed and hung to dry on the rod outside the shop. The bandages would twist in the wind, forming the familiar spiral pattern we see on the barber poles of today. (at history lesson)

Barbers up until the 18th century were called Barber Surgeons. Red and white poles signified Surgeons, you could receive a haircut, tooth pull, bloodletting or any minor need. Blue and white poles were hair only. The barber’s pole originated from the rod that the patient gripped to make their veins bulge, making them easier to slice open. A brass ball at the top symbolised the basin that collected the blood. The pole’s red and white stripes represent the bloodied bandages, which would be washed and hung to dry on the rod outside the shop. The bandages would twist in the wind, forming the familiar spiral pattern we see on the barber poles of today. (at history lesson)

Freelancing Friday. 0405 912 717 β™‘

Freelancing Friday. 0405 912 717 β™‘

Two amazing salons looking for colour/stylists. Different aesthetics @covhairbar Mosman wildly different with a contemporary edge. @angelayellandhairstylists romantically earthy and natural with a feminine touch. Get in contact with these two if you want an incredible employer

Two amazing salons looking for colour/stylists. Different aesthetics @covhairbar Mosman wildly different with a contemporary edge. @angelayellandhairstylists romantically earthy and natural with a feminine touch. Get in contact with these two if you want an incredible employer

h a i r via @dionagius #craiganderson #curls #longhairedboys

h a i r via @dionagius #craiganderson #curls #longhairedboys

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@sahara_ray being shot by @larsen_sotelo @showntoscale πŸ’„πŸ’„πŸ’„ @mnorth  for @fashionlikeheroin  xx

@sahara_ray being shot by @larsen_sotelo @showntoscale πŸ’„πŸ’„πŸ’„ @mnorth for @fashionlikeheroin xx

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