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Postby xmischax » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 5:03 pm

precisely! don't worry so much, just go and tryyy! if you don't try this time, you'll be even older the next time you know! and you'll be even more worried. this problem will never go away!

like fizus said, the only thing standing between you and your dream is yourself!

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Postby Zy_80 » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 5:09 pm

Wah................thanks gals for the encouragement!~ hehe.... :lol:

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Postby xmischax » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 5:11 pm

no problem! it's all about support and encouragement! we're all heading for the same dream! :D

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Postby fizus » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 6:44 pm

hey guys can i just check with you, when will they check for your certificates and stuff? cuz i'm thinking of photocopying my testimonials etc but if they're not gonna bother checking then i was thinking it won't be necessary.

intrinsic; threading is more painful than plucking??? then i don't want to do already!!! i got very low pain tolerance and virgin brows i think will be more painful. ouuuuch.

am thinking of wearing a dress instead of pants and top. but at least with pants your tiptoeing won't be as visible! haha.

and sheep; i'm 1.59m. :D just nice, but scared the machine measure me wrongly and minus my 2 cm! haha.

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Postby emalf » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 6:58 pm

Hello dear fizus! how's your stretching going? 159cm should be okay. dont worry just go for it!

regarding the certs, they will check after you pass through your first round. but they wont be taking your photocopies. And yes, they dont look at your testimonials. only your IC, birth cert and edu certs.

they will check your certs again after management and they will keep your photocopies then.

threading is just a bit more painful but overall I dont find it that bad... you can buy a chilled drink and apply to your eyebrows after threading to soothe the pain. there's one threading place at Clementi central, by an Indian lady. maybe you can drop by after school =)

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Postby pinkcandlex » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 8:35 pm

Hi girls, came across this forum and i want to go for the interview this sat too? Any of you girls going too?

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Postby xmischax » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 8:49 pm

don't worry fizus! when i did my brows for the first time, it didn't hurt at all. but then my friend cried while she did it! lol! and we were done by the same person! but don't worry so much.. i recommend hollywood secrets at paragon. intrinsic thinks they are good too! but my friend also said that browhaus at the cathay is not bad, like they let you choose what kinda brow you want. :D

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Postby xmischax » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 8:50 pm

pinkcandlex wrote:Hi girls, came across this forum and i want to go for the interview this sat too? Any of you girls going too?


yeapp! we've been discussing it for the previous 10 pages or so! :lol:

and now we have another thread on the meetup too! you wanna go with us? about 10 girls or so i think! :D

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Postby pinkcandlex » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 9:08 pm

xmischax hahaha i read till about page 30 and my eyes were very pain already. but yeah i saw the list you all came up with. add me in can? hehehe. don't wanna feel awkward going alone. and what will u girls be wearing?

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Postby xmischax » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 9:19 pm

pinkcandlex wrote:xmischax hahaha i read till about page 30 and my eyes were very pain already. but yeah i saw the list you all came up with. add me in can? hehehe. don't wanna feel awkward going alone. and what will u girls be wearing?


haha no need to read in front la! that was so long ago! just read like perhaps, 570 onwards? the info are just repeated and updated over and over. :lol:

yeapp, just post in that thread and you're in! :D we're going to wear.. whatever we like! :lol: some smart casual, like myself, and some formal office wear. :D

what about you? :D

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Postby starry » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 10:40 pm

hi!

anyone who is in their late 20s want to go to the walk in on sat? heeee..... i am old old lady... need some company to gather come courage to go for the walk in... :oops:

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Postby xmischax » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 10:46 pm

starry wrote:hi!

anyone who is in their late 20s want to go to the walk in on sat? heeee..... i am old old lady... need some company to gather come courage to go for the walk in... :oops:


don't worry about age! really!

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Hey! :)

Postby autumn-reverie » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 10:59 pm

Hey Instrinsic Dreamer,
i'm new to this forum but have been actively reading up the threads on SIA cabin crew. I must say i find you a sincerely nice and helpful lady, you do embody the qualities of a Spore girl and i'm real glad you got in. Congrats! :D

I'm inspired by you as i'm also 18 and have just completed my A-levels. The first time i tried for SIA was in Nov 06, 2 days before my econs paper! many people thought i was gila lol. I'm planning to try again this Sat but i'm afraid i'll get rejected again. Your success story gives me hope but you're so much more talented and prettier i am... hai.. :(

i've got many flaws, one of them is my really broad shoulders. Could you advise me if it'll make me look disproportionate in a kebaya? The second is that i don't have really good skin, quite alot of scars on my back. What can i do?

:cry:

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Postby hana » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 11:18 pm

Hi Hi.....for the application form should I use normal hand writing or should i use the computer format?

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Postby zombofi » Tue, 17 Apr 2007 11:19 pm

hana wrote:Hi Hi.....for the application form should I use normal hand writing or should i use the computer format?


i am writing as neat as i can...which is abit difficult tho since i have BIG handwriting :oops:


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