OMG Hair and Beauty salon is a modern, friendly atmosphere offering creative and professional hair treatment for men and women. Our young and vibrant team of hairdressers will make you feel welcome and comfortable as soon as you walk through our door.
We specialise in high-quality cuts, expert colour consulting, perms, unique hair ups for wedding and balls. We offer you a salon environment which is both luxurious and friendly and we are committed to making you feel special, weather this is your first visit or you are a loyal client of many years.
We pride ourself in 100% customer satisfaction offering and using only the best products available for the hair industry. To make you feel comfortable while having your hair done we offer tea/coffee, biscuits, latest mags, and free wash/shampoo/condition in our luxurious massgage shampoo basins.
Anthony Inatey, of Bathurst, asks what is it about the architecture of Sydney and particularly the Opera House that raises the passions of so many letter writers. It seems we cling to the Opera House as our one definite architectural masterpiece, a place of undisputed beauty that stands apart in..read more
BANK of England governor Mervyn King's comments that the sharemarket might be on the edge of a precipice, and that the bank was prepared to cut interest rates to ward off recession, might get the hares running. Or maybe not.
AN OBSCURE proclamation involving ferrets, sparrows, fruit bats and hares may delay the release of land on the south-west fringe of Sydney where thousands of houses are due to be built on the land of one of the richest men in the country.
ON THE seventh day, Ted Baillieu blinked. Exactly one week after the Liberal leadership hares were set running by his clash with Robert Doyle in the shadow cabinet, Baillieu yesterday finally ruled out challenging Doyle - for now, at least.
FOR a self-confessed plodder, Nick O'Hern is rattling along at quite a rate. Playing tortoise to the hares around him at Huntingdale yesterday, the West Australian carded a first-round 64, a course record, to lead the $1.25 million Australian Masters by three shots and show he will be tough to..read more