I visited the beautiful salon Gallo Hair for a styling treatment. I will be writing about The blow dry's there once a month. The hairdresser Alfred was inspired by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s with a modern twist. I loved the friendly hairdressers at Gallo Hair. The salon has a beautiful ambience with scented candles, flowers and a diverse selection of magazines. The hairdressers are friendly, and you can sip on a cappuccino or a gin and tonic while getting your hair done. The music is modern, and made me want to dance in my hairdressing chair. Alfred designed my hairstyle. I am excited to come back monthly for a blow dry. Check out their Instagram account Gallo Hair.
For appointments, call 02 9360 1192
132 Crown Street
Step 1: Blow-dry
Step 2: curl
Step 3: Foam roll secured by bobby pins to build volume
The salon has a selection of magazines and the products smell delicious
I had a beautiful day in Watson's Bay this Sunday. Take the ferry on a Sunday for a 2.50 $ ferry road along Sydney's stunner coastline. Admire the ocean front houses for millions of dollars with glass windows, along the way at spots like Point Pitper and Rose Bay.
Get off the ferry and enjoy seafood at one of Sydney's most famous and traditional restaurants Doyles on the Beach. The seafood is delicious, yet quite pricy.
Swim on the beach. Then walk around the stunning cliffs and watch the sun set.
Boats in the harbour
Sydney's famous seafood restaurant
Go for a swim in the beach or rent a kayak
Delicious dessert platter with three desserts at Doyles on the Beach Restaurant. We enjoyed a chocolate mousse, pavlova cake and a crunchy coated crème brûlée.
salad and fried prawns for a starter.
Enjoy the stunning cliffs at Watson's Bay.
Watch the sun set over the cliffs at sunset for a special moment.
The best way to get to Taylor's beach and Avalon beach, is to take the direct bus L90 from the city, and get off at Avalon beach. From there, your best bet is to walk or get a ride to Taylor's beach, which is more hidden.
We were invited over by a nice man who lived in the area. This was his adorable pet, Tilde.