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Onerahi Mall PH: 436 -- 3223
Come in and spoil yourself in our newly refurbished salon with one of our
Watch the lastest up to date styles/ fashions and products on our T.V while you
We cater for everyones hair needs and a range of professional homecare products
to help maintain your hair at home.
Left to right (back row) Maureen McLaren, Racheal Burnett,Wendy Huddleston
Left to right (front row): Kushla Deuzing, Stephanie Oliver
Steph - Owner and Senior Stylist
100% Dedicated to hair!!
Maureen -- Colourful Senior Stylist
Loves colour / unruley curly hair!
Racheal -- Our Apprentice
Know as the mother of the team!
Kushula -- Senior Colourist
Has spent the last 2 ½ years in Auckland
working as a top colourist
Wendy Huddleston -- Massage Therapist
"The salon down the mall"
Christmas Packs / G.H.Ds and Vouchers available
MATRIX / JOICO / NIOXIN / GHD
Open 8.00am to 8.00pm
Phone 436 8008
Licensed under REAA 2008
Over the road from
(formally Pacifc Homes)
PHONE 436 3900
Licensed under REAA 2008
• Family atmosphere • Minifarm
• Big adventurous outside area
ONERAHI • PH: 436 2214 • 45 Waverly Steet
COMBS 'N' CO
Onerahi Shopping Mall
Colour -- Cutting -- Styling
For Men and Women
Specalising in Eyeworks
Gift vouchers for Christmas available
Christmas in Onerahi
Professional and caring service to help you:
X Ease muscle tension
X Relax & de-stress
Fit 2 Go Ltd ph/txt 021 767 887 a/hrs 436 0227
Wendy Huddleston (Dip in Massage, Dip in Sport)
GIFT VOUCHERS -- GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT!
ONERAHI BOOKSHOP &
GREAT XMAS GIFT SELECTIONS
For relaxed, stress free shopping
Fresh flowers, great service.
COME IN AND SEE US!
124 Onerahi Road, Whangarei
Salon owner: Stephanie Oliver's team listens and translates each client's styling wishes.
Just A Cut is ahead of the rest
Stephanie Oliver loves everything
about her business.
The owner of Just A Cut, located
in the Onerahi Mall, has been in the
hairdressing trade 14 years and has
owned her own salon for six of them.
Born and bred in Onerahi,
Stephanie credits her success to the
salon team -- Kushla Deuzing,
Maureen McLaren, Rachael
Burnett and Wendy Huddleston --
and their ability to listen and trans-
late a client's hair styling wishes
We make everyone feel great,
giving our customers the look they
are after,'' she says.
Each of our stylists has their
own style and all share advice with
each other to ensure every client
who walks in gets exactly what they
want. That's because we care and
listen,'' Stephanie says. Always
having a smile helps too.''
Just A Cut stocks a range of the
best products to suit every hair
Our products cover all price
ranges and we have special prices to
cater for pensioners,'' Stephanie
And there is free parking right
outside the door.''
Planning's the key to
avoiding Xmas panic
Remember last year when you were
running around doing last-minute
shopping and your budget went out
Now think about how you pan-
icked about having everything
ready on the day and bought way
more than you needed.
This year plan your Christmas
spending early to avoid the shop-
Start by deciding who you are
going to buy presents for and check
the list twice. Then decide what you
need to buy.
Gift giving can escalate and get
out of control.
If money is tight or it's reached
the point where you tell each other
exactly what model, design and
colour your gift should be, it might
be time to cancel presents
altogether and just enjoy each
other's company -- if you can
Use what you've got: If you've
got leftover packaging or if you
planned ahead and bought
decorations and wrapping paper in
last year's Boxing Day sales, haul
them out for the family to use.
Homemade treats: Think about
what you would like to make your-
self. Homemade gifts and cards can
be charming, but make sure your
plans are realistic or you will be
dashing out last minute again to
find something to replace your well-
intentioned homemade jam.
Helping-hand presents: You can
give the gift of time to your busy
friends or family. A voucher offering
to clean out their shed, babysit for
an evening or dig a veggie garden
might be appreciated more than a
decorative figurine of a dancing cat.
Plan your shop: Arm yourself
with a strict shopping list before
you get to the shops. If you have
your Christmas menu planned then
you will know what you need in the
way of groceries. Plan what kind of
gift to buy each person at the
kitchen table before you go. It's less
stressful than trying to remember
your nephew's favourite colour
under the glare of fluorescent light-
ing, being bustled by other
Use credit with caution: Santa
isn't famous for paying off all your
debts at Christmas. Credit can be a
convenient way to spread out the
cost of Christmas, as long as you
can pay it off. Credit isn't an
alternative to budgeting, it is why
you should budget more carefully.
Enjoy the day: Since you've
planned everything in advance you
can enjoy a calmer Christmas with
friends and family.
-- Citizens Advice Bureau
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