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Coasting : Issue 3 2009
12 Drab to of Hair, after the initial consultation with her client. “T “It was clear that Julie wanted a change that would look great, but would also be easy to maintain at home,” Dani said. “So we decided to take out her threemonth-old hair extensions, and create a versatile new shape that was all about low maintenance.” Then, in consultation with Julie and Ambience’s award-winning colour specialist, Stacey Dean, Dani set about completing the makeover. “To enhance Julie’s new look we opted for three colours from our new winter collection - Chocolate, Cinnamon and Latte tones,” Dani said. Julie was rapt with the results. “I’ve feel so fresh and beautiful – it’s like I’ve gone from drab to fab,” she said. “And I know that with the styling tips I’ve had from Dani, I can keep it looking fab.” DRAB: Julie wanted a new hairstyle that would be quick and easy to maintain. FAB: Julie felt invigorated by her new ‘do. Pictures by Aaron Brown. ‘Co aimed AFTER TIMELY: Dani Barnett set about creating the fresh, low-maintenance style. fab IME is of the essence for Julie,” said Dani Barnett of Ambience Artists With a business to run, and fi ve children to look after, Julie, 38, of Erina, was looking for a smart new look but a low-maintenance hairstyle when she visited the girls at Ambience Artists of Hair at Erina. BEFORE Dani Barnett (cutting) and Stacey Dean (colouring) were medallists at this year’s International Hairdressing Society championships in Sydney. Ambience Artists of Hair is in Elizabeth Court on Karalta Road at Erina. Phone 4367 8919. ACCOLADES TO RUSTIC TOUCH Ph: 4389 1551- www.rustictouch.com After 23 years Custom Designing and Building Award winning homes on the Central Coast Rustic Touch has received National Recognition from the Housing Industry Association. Rustic Touch first started entering their unique homes in awards in 1989 which received finalist status at a state level. Since then Rustic Touch has won the following awards; Master Builders Association Excellence in Building awards Custom Built Homes 1996, 2000, 2002 Alterations and Additions 1998 2000 Central Coast Housing Building Design awards 1998 Country Homes 2001 Residential Home 300 - 400m² 2002 National Finalist HIA Hunter Housing awards 2005 Residential Building Designer of the Year 2005 Custom Built Home over $700,000 2008 Custom Built home over $1,500,000 2008 Custom Built Home of the Year 2008 Hunter Home of the Year HIA/CRS Australian Building Awards 2006 Residential Building Designer of the Year Finalist 2009 Custom Built Home of the Year Winner To be recognised by your peers at this level is a wonderful achievement. We were up against 9 homes that had already been recognised by the HIA for being the best in their region or state. Rustic Touch see the awards as a confirmation of their constant commitment for excellence in Design and Construction of Homes within Australia. c8594045-6Aug
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