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Bianca’s afternoon started with some hair styling by the lovely Jacki Hann (Jacki’s Hairdressing) who was being very shy and hiding from the camera but did a lovely job of making Bianca’s hair a glossy mane. I am always in awe of the job hairdressers do with the straighteners as I can never ever achieve this with my own hair. I blame low dexterity and patience. Here is a bit of before and after action of Bianca’s locks.
With her hair done we whizzed Bianca off for a makeup session with Collette (Endless Beauty by Collette) where Bianca had to sit patiently, unable to see the work in progress, until the big reveal at the end. This has got to be a little disconcerting when you can hear a camera clicking away. I can’t thank Jacki and Collette enough for donating their time and expertise for this project and making Bianca look so beautiful. When I came up with the idea for this project I wanted to give a mum a break from the ordinary and felt like we achieved this. As you will see below Bianca looked incredible and I think it’s safe to say that it was not how she usually spent a Sunday afternoon.