I was born into a family of hairdressers.
My dad was an albino hairderer who had to dye his hair blond for his job every week and it wasn’t until I was about 12 or 13 that I really started to see the difference that colour and shape made.
My mum was a blonde hairdler who dyed her hair blonde for a couple of months to be more of a ‘cool’ blonde.
I remember feeling that I had to be the best blonde haired person I could be for her, so I started doing a lot of research about the difference between black and blondes and how to dye my hair.
I was very happy with what I found and it didn’t take long before I was doing it my own way.
Once I started dyeing my hair I realised it wasn�t the only thing that changed.
The difference was not just the colour but also the shape.
I started to think about hair colour more.
My hair started to grow in the way I wanted, which made me feel different, and I also realised that there was a lot more to it than just the shape of my hair and how it looked.
After a couple more years of researching and researching, I was able to get my hair done at a salon in Brisbane and was told that they were the only hair salon that would dye my blonde hair blonde and I would be able to dye it back.
As a blonde hair hairdurist, I knew I had a huge opportunity to change my life.
My clientele was mostly older, wealthy and Caucasian women, and all of them were looking for a new look for their hair.
When I started my hair salon, I realised I had some huge potential in my own hair department.
I could start to make a difference to the way the world looked at hair and what the hair industry is trying to do with the hair, and my clientele and I were just so excited.
Before I began my hair care career, I worked as a hair stylist and hairdeer in Sydney and was able as a hairdryer to make big money as well.
For a long time I was living a normal life.
I was taking my son to the cinema, going to the local pub, and spending time with my family and friends.
Then, a few years ago, I started looking into the hairdering industry.
Initially, I had very little knowledge of the business and I had no clue what it was all about.
It was very hard to make money from it, but I started getting some interest from other hairdresses.
My mum was the only one who was interested in it and she would come down and visit and we would work with her hair salon for about a week or so.
She had some of the best hair in Sydney at the time and she was very supportive of me, which is something I would never have had if I had not started looking at the business.
It has been a very successful journey, and it has paid off in a lot ways.
I am very happy I chose to start my own hairdeling business, because it allowed me to start earning money as a professional hairdrier and make money through my own business and not relying on someone else to do it for me.
In my next interview with ABC TV, I talk to one of the owners of the salon, Chris, about what it’s like to work in a salon.