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Postby llentimes » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 12:16 am

i wanna shape my brows too.. but i've had very bad experience.. any idea how much is the shaping byt hose that pinklittlefigure mentioned?[/quote]

Both counter that I mentioned earlier (Shu Uemura & Bobbi Brown) are charging a standard SGD15 fee for eyebrow shaping. I definately recommend the Shu Uemura as she use to be a part of the grooming team for SIA :D[/quote]

hmm ok.. i think i'll have to wit for my brows to grow alr.
its like super thin now coz i have a very very high and arc brow. so i pushed it all the way down, now i have to use liner to thicken it everytime. =([/quote]

raine, I think u can try Shu Uemura as well. My last eyebrow trimming was done at Shu Uemura and it very natural. Dont need to draw much, many only draw the ends. But u gotta tell them how u like it 2 be.
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Postby yingying2888 » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 12:32 am

my frens and i did ours at far east JS, a pretty reputable salon on the 3rd floor.. it costs $8, very natural too.. =)
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Postby baroque » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 7:29 am

Hi everyone, just wanna ask how many of you is being asked to take another x-ray for scoliosis? the one that you need to pay another $150 :???:

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Postby mimidee » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 9:34 am

bijou wrote:did she ask u to go for skin check?


mmm, skin check? my skin is fine cept the uneven-ess of the back, scar is well hidden beneath kebaya.

oh well :cry:

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Postby Sokeai » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 11:22 am

baroque wrote:Hi everyone, just wanna ask how many of you is being asked to take another x-ray for scoliosis? the one that you need to pay another $150 :???:


If i'm not wrong, both Venie and Rainschocolate were being asked to retake the Xray. Yup, have to fork out $150 from your own pocket.
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Postby milliondollarbaby » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 12:30 pm

hello peeps.

im a foreigner, its been a month since my medical and i still havent heard from SIA. im wondering whether there are any foreigners here who could help me out. when i called SIA, they told me to just wait as they are currently applying for my work pass. from my friends i found out that most companies usually take about a month to process work pass application.

i wonder what could be the hold up and whether it's normal to take this long. thank you all for your kind replies. good luck : )

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Postby mimidee » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 12:57 pm

yingying2888 wrote:mimidee: SIA's requirement at the medical is that you should not have more than 20 degrees of scoliosis.. so i guess if its not obvious when the kebaya is worn, or if its a mild case, it should be ok... =)


hi! i had an op done to correct my scoliosis. no more curvature but i do have metal implants etc.

any idea if they do accept?

thanks babes :)

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Postby deviana-dee » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 3:14 pm

mimidee wrote:
yingying2888 wrote:mimidee: SIA's requirement at the medical is that you should not have more than 20 degrees of scoliosis.. so i guess if its not obvious when the kebaya is worn, or if its a mild case, it should be ok... =)


hi! i had an op done to correct my scoliosis. no more curvature but i do have metal implants etc.

any idea if they do accept?

thanks babes :)


i think as long as your x-ray shows that your back bone is straight shouldnt be a problem :)

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Postby deviana-dee » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 3:15 pm

milliondollarbaby wrote:hello peeps.

im a foreigner, its been a month since my medical and i still havent heard from SIA. im wondering whether there are any foreigners here who could help me out. when i called SIA, they told me to just wait as they are currently applying for my work pass. from my friends i found out that most companies usually take about a month to process work pass application.

i wonder what could be the hold up and whether it's normal to take this long. thank you all for your kind replies. good luck to us!



hmm hmm, i think they will definitely take a longer time for foreigners. It take 3 weeks to a month before they will get ready your work permit. You will have to wait no matter what. And they hate ppl to call them!!! Just wait patiently and you will hear news from them. :)

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Postby mimidee » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 4:01 pm

deviana-dee wrote:i think as long as your x-ray shows that your back bone is straight shouldnt be a problem :)


REALLY? i hope sooooooooooooo!

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Postby Eneres » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 4:39 pm

Hi,

How do you know abt the 24th Feb interview? Information is not on SIA's website yet. Does that means there is no write in for Feb? Thanks in Advance! :)
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Postby Eneres » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 4:43 pm

Hi,


I saw the advertisement on SIA's website already. Thanks!

I'm so EXCITED! Can't wait to try again! :)
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Postby mimidee » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 4:43 pm

Eneres wrote:Hi,

How do you know abt the 24th Feb interview? Information is not on SIA's website yet. Does that means there is no write in for Feb? Thanks in Advance! :)


hi! clear ur cookies etc then refresh the web :)

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Postby yingying2888 » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 4:55 pm

milliondollarbaby wrote:hello peeps.

im a foreigner, its been a month since my medical and i still havent heard from SIA. im wondering whether there are any foreigners here who could help me out. when i called SIA, they told me to just wait as they are currently applying for my work pass. from my friends i found out that most companies usually take about a month to process work pass application.

i wonder what could be the hold up and whether it's normal to take this long. thank you all for your kind replies. good luck to us!



hey ivon, i went to the SIA KL walk in thread and found out from one of the forumers there (she started her training oredi) and found out from her that her employment pass took 2 mth and 3 wks to be approved.. another fren hers waited for close to 3 mths and still din hear anything from them.. i guess we just gotta be patient.. :cry:
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Postby yingying2888 » Thu, 31 Jan 2008 4:58 pm

mimidee: you said your metal implants were protruding? it obvious when the kebaya is worn? cos i think if its obvious then it is a problem... in any case i think you should still try your luck at the walk in again i guess.. who knows you'll get very lucky that day! :wink:
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