56 days ago

Looking for a bleach and tone retouch model

Hannah from Grey Lynn

Hey guys I'm a stylist from Stephen Marr hair salon Ponsonby.

I'm looking for a bleach and tone retouch model on 17th Feb Monday morning at 10:30am.

If u wanna refresh your hair colour with such a great price just PM me with your hair pic.🙋

We only charge $80 to cover the product cost. Free treatment and blowwave are included as well.


We are all on the floor and full of the hairdressing experience, definitely can do a perfect job on your hair.

Thanks.

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