Hair Models - Sydney

at 100 Commonwealth Street , Surry Hills, 2010 Australia

Raw Anthony Nader are looking for hair Models. FREE haircuts & blowdrys $30 Colours Tuesday's at 4.45pm

Hair Models - Sydney
100 Commonwealth Street
Surry Hills , NSW 2010
Contact Phone
P: 92114444

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Anyone want a FREE Blowdry tomorrow at 4:45?

Published on 2015-04-27 07:19:32 GMT

Would anyone like a free haircut tomorrow at 4:45pm? Must be something creative :)

Published on 2015-04-27 07:22:33 GMT

Hey guys it's Bonnie posting! I need Females too come in too be models for me for a semi permanent colour and a Denman blow dry starting from the 17th of March on a Tuesday afternoon Wednesday Thursday and Friday before 12pm :) just comment below and I will personally message you too send you more details!. Have a great day xx

Published on 2015-03-06 04:46:46 GMT

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Published on 2015-02-24 09:50:50 GMT

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While most of us don’t have the budget to have a stylist on stand-by, we can afford the right tools, and having a salon-quality hair dryer is a good place to start if you want to master the humble blow dry at home.
First things first, when shopping for the best hair dryer for your budget, there are a few features you need to look out for.
Dryers with the term ‘tourmaline’ on the packaging are the crème de la crème of ionic dryers.
Water’s ions are positively charged, so ionic dryers disperse negative ions to burst the water droplets, preventing them from saturating the hair.
The insides of tourmaline dryers are coated in the negative ion-throwing mineral, so your hair dries in minutes.
We were too, so we turned to the professionals, the hair magicians who use these tools on the daily, to tell us which dryer they would choose if they had under $100, $200 or limitless cash to spend.
Silver Bullet 3600 Supreme Dryer, $59.95 at Hairhouse Warehouse .
“This one has supreme heat and supreme airflow,” explains Katy Reeve, the national creative director at Toni&Guy Australia.
“The ultra-compact shape makes this 2000-watt ionic dryer the all-singing dryer for under $100.
GHD Flight Saharan Gold Travel Hairdryer, $99 at Adore Beauty .
Wahl Compactlite Dry 2000W Professional Compact Hair Dryer, $52 at Sydney Salon Supplies .
“This ionic number eliminates even the frizziest of hair strands and the best part is—it won’t break the bank.”
Remington AIR3D Hair Dryer, $199.95, at Harvey Norman .
The brand created the AIR3D Hair Dryer using new ‘Smooth Conditioning Technology’ to minimise frizz and give your hair a smooth and silky finish.
Bio Ionic PowerLight Pro-Dryer With Nozzle Hair Dryer, $184 at Sydney Salon Supplies .
“With its nano-ionic technology, the Bio Ionic PowerLight Dryer brings out the beautiful colour [in the hair]; develops movable bounce and brings natural shine to all my clients hair,” says Paulene Langford, artistic director at Toni&Guy North Sydney.
“Known as the supermodel of salon hair dryers, this gem has all the right mechanics to make you have better hair days,” says Nader.
The weight is important for a stylist, or even if you blow-dry your own hair, as your arms can get worn out with a heavy dryer.
There’s one dryer that seems to reign supreme in the high end category, and that’s The Dyson.