What a dreamy, creamy blonde transformation!
Here, 150 grams of our 20'' Diamond Series hair line was installed using a dual tonality blonde, to create this MASTAPIECE, courtesy of @kt.annhair_ !
Our personally developed VOGUEPEARL™ extension technique eliminates all glues, chemicals, adhesives, braids, AND thread, and instead utilizes silicone-lined micro beads in our own specifically designed installation technique.
Therefor, our technique can be worn for 7 months at one time with monthly touch ups, and each package comes with the following inclusions:
» Pink.Series or Diamond.Series hair line » Installation of VOGUEPEARL™ extension technique » 2 complimentary touch up appointments (80.00 value)
» Complimentary electronic HairBible™ maintenance guide and stylist demo's
» Complimentary cut-to-blend
» Complimentary photo shoot!
» Complimentary un-installation (always!)
www.TheExtensionist.ca <-- To learn more about our different hair lines, pricing etc.!
First time spraying the @fujisprayofficial in a production setting. Felt very comfortable after practicing with water over a week ago. This is the bottom of the commissioned Douglas Fir kitchen table. Will spray again tomorrow for practice and then mount the legs and flip it over to finish the top.
Happy Monday folks! It has been A CRAZY day. Tried to leave the office to go visit my new build clients in Callaghan just now, but the phone/email would not stop. Can't complain too much, I guess! :) I wanted to make an announcement for all my realtor followers and anyone selling a home.
If you are selling a property and the buyer has agreed to accept your real property report and compliance from when you bought or somehow no real property report/compliance at all (or with a credit from you for title insurance in lieu thereof), you need to make sure that you/your realtor includes a clause that states:
Buyer to accept a credit for title insurance from the seller in lieu of a real property report AND compliance.
It must include both the 'real property report' and 'compliance' language. Although these two thing go together, they are separate. Even though everyone knows what is meant when the clause just includes 'real property report,' some lawyers will argue that their clients only accepted no real property report, but are still entitled to a compliance. This is a problem that we encounter from time to time and it can be avoided easily with proper drafting.
The clauses relating to the rpr/compliance in 10.2, as well as the representations in 6.1 of the contract relating to bylaws/use of the property/lack of known permits, etc, should also be struck from the contract (I can help do with this as the issue arises). Moral of the story? Proper contract drafting will avoid headaches, money, stress, and delay, and make me a much happier lawyer guy :) Any questions, let me know!