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Bizarre & Beautiful

By Chantelle Hutchison 25 May 2006 8

An eclectic mix of the bizarre and beautiful, among Australia’s best, showcases at The Terrace, Manuka on Saturday 3 June, from 11:00am to 2:30pm.

Bizarre and Beautiful is a free event, fusing fashion, hair and cosmetics. Internationally acclaimed hair salon, Toni & Guy, Canberra Make-Up Academy, and Bronze Solarium will treat you to the latest trends in hair, body and beauty.

Throughout the course of the day, members from the crowd will be invited to have their hair styled by Toni & Guy hair stylists, Lea-Ann Suthern and Lauren Jameson, and have their make-up done by artists from the Academy.

UPDATE Chantelle sent in this picture of the fabric challenge.

At 12pm, and 1pm local, budding designer hopefuls will pitch their design prowess in the Fabric Challenge. Contestants will be given one metre of fabric, a box of mystery materials and 25 minutes to create an original design.

The Bronze Solarium launching a new anti-aging skin care system Hydroderm, straight from the international market and yet to be release in Australia.

Other stalls to see on the day include Inelda, herbalist Susi Witt from The Hierophant, and Janet Adams, a natural therapist from Discovery Consultant.

Bizarre and Beautiful is the second of six monthly community events to be held at the recently refurbished Terrace.

Be bizarre, be beautiful and be at The Terrace, Manuka crn Franklin and Flinders Way on the Saturday 3 June.

For more info contact Chantelle Hutchison, 6295 3662

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Kerces 9:43 am 01 Jun 06

Chantelle, if you send me jpegs I can post them for you.

Chantelle Hutchison 9:34 am 01 Jun 06

Hey terubo, I’m happy to post up pics of the fabric challenge if you could advise how I do it!

Kerces 8:20 am 31 May 06

I’d love to but am unfortunately working the entire weekend. And not in Manuka.

terubo 7:48 am 31 May 06

How bizarre. Perhaps if Kerces attends this “strikingly unconventional” event, we may see some pics of the results of the Fabric Challenge?

Chantelle Hutchison 10:31 am 29 May 06

I’d side with the definition that “bizarre” is “strikingly unconventional and far-fetched in style or appearance.” Regardless of how you define “bizarre” or “beautiful” they are quite subjective terms?

Our aim of our event is to capture mainstream trends, but also bring out those “strikingly unconventional” styles, specifically with the fabric challenge. Also the Make-Up Academy will parade some rather “bizarre” looks!

terubo 11:43 am 26 May 06

I can understand the references to “beautiful”, Chantelle, but where does the “bizarre” come into it? (bizarre = grotesque, half-barbaric: OED).

Kerces 10:49 am 26 May 06

The whole event sounds like something glossy-readers like myself would be quite interested in.

Ari 5:00 pm 25 May 06

A solarium selling anti-ageing cream?

That’s one way to make money both coming and going.

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