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Even though you absolutely love the latest
look from Paris or Milan catwalks, it might
not be quite right for you.
Personally I believe most hairstyles suit most
face shapes; it's just a matter of balance. As
hairdressers in training, we are taught the oval
shaped face is considered the ideal, because it's
perfectly balanced in form.
Bearing this in mind, we create hairstyles to
complement all face shapes.
Here's a guide of what the most flattering style
Round Face Shapes - Keep the sides close
to the face, and promote height at the crown,
with hair showing below the chin. Avoid hard
lines and wide block fringes. Instead, opt for
micro fringes that are transparent. This gives the
illusion of length.
Square Face Shapes - Slim down broad
cheekbones and jaw lines with graduated soft
layers around the face, with wispy fringes and
height on the crown.Keep hair soft below the jaw
line, and stay away from centre partings. Offset
side partings to break up symmetry.
Heart Face Shapes - Try chin length or longer
styles with side parted hairstyles. Your eyes and
cheekbones tend to be the focal points of your
face, so you'll want to draw attention to these
features. Hair swept forward with layers around
the upper face, or a gentle wispy fringe with a
chin length bob is great on this face shape.
Long Face Shapes - Work with short to medium
lengths, with fullness at the sides of the face to
create the impression of width. Heavier featured
fringes shorten and soften the face length.Layers
work well with this face shape, as this will add
softness and break up the length.
Remember, even the models on the catwalks
get it wrong sometimes ... talk it over with your
trusted hair stylist to achieve the best style for you.
Hair by Karl Neilson
Photographyby Karl Neilson
Make-up by Kim Ivanisevic
Model by Lisa Kilkeary
Garment by Bikini on the Beach,Victoria Pt Lakeside
Redland Performing Arts Centre is bringing
two inspiring shows to the Redlands, the
In the Bin Short Film Festival and I Don't
Wanna Play House.
The In the Bin Short Film Festival will feature 14
entertaining and challenging films by some of
Australia's finest short filmmakers with
something to appeal to everyone. Highlights
include Academy Award-nominated short film
Miracle Fish, about an 8-year-old's memorable
birthday, as well as the Sundance Award-winning
film The Attack of the Robots from Nebula-5. The
festival will also include films from budding
I Don't Wanna Play House is a compelling and
uplifting one-woman show, where Tammy
Anderson reveals her sometimes heartbreaking
life experiences, uncovering the unwavering love
and deeper truths that lie at the heart of family life.
Audiences will be moved, shocked and
uplifted as Tammy tells a gripping story with
plenty of wry humour. This show contains some
coarse language and confronting themes and is
suitable for 15 years and older.
In the Bin Short Film Festival is screening on
Friday, May 21, at 7.30pm. Tickets are $10. I Don't
Wanna Play House is showing on Thursday, June
10, at 7.30pm. Tickets are $22 for adults and $18
for pensioners and seniors. Both are showing at
the RPAC Concert Hall.
To book, contact the Box Office on 3829 8131,
visit www.rpac.com.au or purchase at the Box
Office, 2-16 Middle Street, Cleveland.
RPAC to host stirring short
films and electrifying theatre
A romantic getaway for two in the sumptuous, exclusive Braeside
Cottage.The cottage combines rustic charm and modern luxury. Enjoy
the cosy fireplace, the magnificent king size bed looking onto a peaceful rural vista and
indulge in the indoor spa - the central feature of the magnificent bathroom.Ideal to escape
and reconnect with your special someone. Braeside Cottage Retreat includes: (value $800)
two nights' accommodation, two bottles of wine and the signature Braeside cheese pack,
Breakfast Hamper (two mornings). For details of how to enter see page 11.
Tastes of the world are here at
Alexandra Hills Shopping Centre
Cnr Finucane Road & Cambridge Drive, Alexandra Hills
Cafe Shalimar Ph: 3824 4222
Centrally located in our centre mall. All day menu with a great selection of hot and
Gold Leaf Thai Ph: 3824 2102
Alfresco dining with authentic Thai recipes. Come treat your taste buds.
Little Mermaid Ph: 3824 1803
Known as the best fish and chips in Alex Hills. Ken and Lisa offer the freshest fish
and their burgers are to die for.
Loong Wah Chinese Ph: 3824 0640
Established at Alex Hills for 30 years, Michel and his staff continue to offer fine
quality Chinese cuisine.
Michel's Patisserie Ph: 3824 0992
Tea, coffee, cakes, muffins and pastries. Your one stop shop is Michel's.
Sitar Indian Takeaway Ph: 3824 4023
Authentic Indian takeaway. Conveniently located across from Blockbusters.
Subway Ph: 3824 2334
Specialists in submarine sandwiches and salads. Subway offer a great tasting
alternative to other options with their delicious range of sandwiches, salads, wraps
and freshly baked cookies.
Hiromi and Takamasa are bringing their home recipes and freshest sushi to our
centre. Come and try something today.
Vanelli's Pizzeria and Ice Creamery Ph: 3820 2054
Located next to the Post Office, you'll find pizza, pasta, salads, gourmet ice cream -
Vanelli's has something for the whole family. Take the night off and visit Leanne
and Craig for a meal you won't forget.
DEF 1471076 - 18/5/10
DEF 1472269 May 2010
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Stockland Cleveland Shopping Centre, Cleveland
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