Viw Magazine

  • Written by N. Lewis


Within the midst of the central suburban areas of open aired Chiswick NSW lies a quaint French boutique styled hair, beauty and care workshop founded by Miss Cara Leupuscek.

“Feature Hair Boutique” of Chiswick Sydney has successfully steam lined into the media world, accelerating into pageants, runway shows, magazine editorials and photoshoots whilst introducing only “boutique styled” hair and beauty care into the modern world, transforming into a high standard unique personal service.

French high tea & tarot readings are only a small feature of this quaint special nook. Amongst the leafy and water view filled town, drenched in sunlight, fresh home life vibrancy and a peaceful setting of tranquillity can make any client feel at home.

“Only a special individual service is delivered to my loyal clients” indicated Ms Leupuscek as she drinks from her 1960’s vintage teacup.

The “Feature Hair” initial consultation is extremely important. This clarifies exactly what the client needs and to verify what can individualise their needs and overall visual outcome.

Ms Leupuscek has successfully worked alone over the last 5 years and has grown her wedding hair clients to her advantage. “I get to explore my creativity to another level, travel around for my brides, and make people feel special”. Leupuscek adds.

The near future for feature hair grows with an individualised branding of her newly designed educational courses, where she shares her mastery of up styling, braiding techniques and down styles to her curious fellow stylists around Australia.

For more information please visit: www.FeatureHair.com www.Facebook.com/Featurehair Instagram: Feature_Hair info@featurehair.com

What to post on Instagram for better marketing

Instagram is one of the biggest social networks around the globe. After social network Facebook, Instagram is the biggest one. Mark made a good business move when he brought Instagram for 1 billio...

News Co - avatar News Co

10 tips for hosting a COVID-safe wedding

ShutterstockSpring and summer in Australia and the gradual easing of restrictions means we can expect weddings, with more guests, back on the calendar.However, any wedding you plan or attend will be q...

Philip Russo, Associate Professor, Director Cabrini Monash University Department of Nursing Research, Monash University - avatar Philip Russo, Associate Professor, Director Cabrini Monash University Department of Nursing Research, Monash University

Why equal health access and outcomes should be a priority for Ardern's new government

Shutterstock/ChameleonsEyeNew Zealand’s public health response to the COVID-19 pandemic may be the envy of the world, but as the new government looks ahead, potentially with a more progressive l...

Sarah Derrett, Professor, University of Otago - avatar Sarah Derrett, Professor, University of Otago

E-prescriptions are coming. But what are they? And is this the end of paper ones?

ShutterstockElectronic prescriptions (or e-prescriptions) are being rolled out in stages across Australia after being used in Victoria during the pandemic.E-prescriptions have been common in countries...

Andrew Bartlett, Associate Lecturer Pharmacy Practice, University of Sydney - avatar Andrew Bartlett, Associate Lecturer Pharmacy Practice, University of Sydney

How and why is Australia becoming the educational hub of the world?

The factors that set us apart from one another are our intellect, education, grooming, and personality. If one excels in these traits he or she can conquer the biggest challenges of the partial ...

News Co - avatar News Co

Thinking of ditching private health insurance in the pandemic? Here's how to calculate if it's worth it for you

ShutterstockAlmost all private health insurers increased their premiums in October, and have scheduled another price rise for April 2021. As many people struggle financially amid the pandemic, you may...

Yuting Zhang, Professor of Health Economics, University of Melbourne - avatar Yuting Zhang, Professor of Health Economics, University of Melbourne

why COVID mental health measures must target disadvantaged areas

ShutterstockCOVID-19 outbreaks and the resulting lockdowns, particularly in Victoria, have adversely affected many people’s mental health. Social isolation, financial stress, and anxiety about c...

Graham Meadows, Professor of Adult Psychiatry, Monash University - avatar Graham Meadows, Professor of Adult Psychiatry, Monash University

Despite more than 30 major inquiries, governments still haven't fixed aged care. Why are they getting away with it?

www.shutterstock.comThis article is part of our series on aged care. You can read the other articles in the series here.Australia’s aged care sector has been the subject of more than 30 major in...

Eileen Webb, Professor of Law and Ageing, UniSA: Justice and Society, University of South Australia - avatar Eileen Webb, Professor of Law and Ageing, UniSA: Justice and Society, University of South Australia

is the way we consume news detrimental to our health?

ShutterstockHumans are curious and social creatures by nature. The news helps us make sense of the world around us and connects us with our local, national and international community. So it’s n...

Evita March, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Federation University Australia - avatar Evita March, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Federation University Australia

Writers Wanted



News Co Media Group

Content & Technology Connecting Global Audiences

More Information - Less Opinion