Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Kerri Finds Beauty of Business; City Woman Returns to Her Profession after Taking Time out to Raise Family

Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Kerri Finds Beauty of Business; City Woman Returns to Her Profession after Taking Time out to Raise Family

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A WELL-KNOWN beauty therapist is back in business after some time out to raise her family.

Kerri Murphy is enjoying the challenge and pleased to be back. She is located in the Me and the Mrs Barber shop and ladies Hair Salon, Yamanto. Ms Murphy is trading as K M Beauty Room.

aI had my own business for 10 years and sold it when I started my family. I have four children and it is now time to come back to it,a Ms Murphy, the owner/manager, said. Ms Murphy has a Diploma in Beauty Therapy and a Diploma in Electrolysis.

She has training in skin care and ongoing training in industry practice and product training.

K M Beauty Room offers a range of services including facials, body waxing, electrolysis, ear piercing, Swedish massage, pedicure, eyelash perming, formal and wedding make-up and naked tan.

aI am getting a lot of interest in ear piercing, it is very popular. I am using the latest technology with the Caflon piercing gun. I have a variety of ear-piercing studs in stock,a she said.

Tanning treatments are topical and the salon only uses a safe product.

aWith this product you wash off after two hours and that gets rid of the residue. The product is still active for 12 hours with the skin and it lasts up to 10 days. I have three different types and they are popular for weddings, formals and special occasions.a

As we come into springtime, the winter white could do with a safe colouring when you are wearing strapless tops and dresses. It is a safe alternative to the sun or artificial light.

As one of only two salons in Ipswich to offer electrolysis, Kerri Murphy said that her 17 years of experience meant that clients can feel comfortable with her expertise.

aLadies don't like to talk about facial hair. It is unwanted and usually caused by either hormonal issues, menopause and sometimes medication. …

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