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BELLY DANCING ROUTINE AT CHILDERS FESTIVAL QUEENSLAND AUSTRALIA ON VIDEO

A short video on women dancing in a belly dancing routine where Henry & his very special close friend Holly for over 6 years watch the show, while Henry does his amateur video of the belly dancing with the crowd looking on, Holly takes in the belly dancing scene. She has done belly dancing before & was enjoying the moment. Perhaps you can enjoy the journey that Holly & myself took on this day. She certainly stands out amongst the superb belly dancing members.

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HOLLY & HENRY AT CHILDERS FESTIVAL 2015

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The Pussycat Dolls – I Don’t Need A Man you tube video

The pussycat dolls give us a song about not needing a man in this you tube video

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Beyoncé – Run the World (Girls) YOU TUBE VIDEO SONG + others by Beyonce

This video is by Beyonce. Who runs the world? GIRLS

Also other women song videos by Beyonce

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PRETTY HURTS

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Beyoncé – Grown Woman

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Beyoncé – Best Thing I Never Had

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Beyoncé – Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)

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‘BOOB JOB’ PRICES IN AUSTRALIA PLUMMET FOR LUCKY WOMEN

Cosmetic Institute co-founder, David Segal.image www.goodgirlsgo.com

This preschool drop-out has built a $15m breast enlargement business by slashing the cost of surgery.

David Segal wasn’t a naughty child. He just didn’t want to do what everyone else was doing in the playground.

The Cosmetic Institute co-founder recounts how his parents “were politely asked to find alternate early childhood education” for their bright but uninterested son.

“I was expelled from a number of kindergartens,” he jokes.
Surgeon Dr Laith Barnouti from Plastic Surgery Sydney..

Surgeon Dr Laith Barnouti from Plastic Surgery Sydney..

“I just really struggled to find things that engaged me all the way through to high school when sometimes I didn’t even turn up to exams.”
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The Sydneysider scraped into a business degree at Macquarie University but dropped out within six months.

Odd jobs washing cars and selling door-to-door home alarm systems followed.

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“During those years I really just felt quite lost. I knew there was something out there for me but just hadn’t found my groove …”

Then he had a serious car accident.

His recovery demanded Segal get physically fit, which led to a job with Fitness First, then a job as general manager of a Sydney cosmetic surgeon’s laser clinic.

It was here he flicked his entrepreneurial switch.

Watching the price of cosmetic procedures, including breast enlargement, rise annually and thousands of Aussie women travel abroad to have surgeries for half what they paid at home, he “saw there was a discernible gap in the local market for a high-quality cosmetic surgery practice that could offer affordable breast augmentations without sacrificing patient care or surgical outcomes.”

“It was a business model I could see could work right here in Australia.”

Selling “everything” including his home unit and a laser clinic franchise, he got a private loan from a big four bank and pooled $2 million to start The Cosmetic Institute in partnership with the company’s surgical director and plastic surgeon Dr Eddy Dona.

Surgeon Dr Laith Barnouti from Plastic Surgery Sydney.image www.goodgirlsgo.com

The business launched in August 2012. Its mantra is “half the price; double the service”. Business immediately boomed. It has two custom facilities – in Bondi Junction and Parramatta – and plans to expand to Brisbane and Melbourne next year.

The size of the Australian breast enlargement industry is unknown. No public or private body yet captures statistics showing the number of local women undergoing cosmetic breast surgery domestically and abroad each year.

Breast implant companies are reluctant to share sale figures for privacy reasons, says Dr Tim Papadopoulos of the Australasian Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons.

According to a Deloitte report, between 12,000 and 13,000 cosmetic surgeries took place in 2011 and research by the University of Technology’s Dr Meredith Jones in 2012 shows about 15,000 Australians go overseas for cosmetic surgeries annually, Dr Papadopoulos says.

There is a glaring lack of meaningful public data.

Still, Segal says his business has 40 per cent to 60 per cent of the local breast augmentation market.

Every week about 200 women pay $5,990 for surgery by one its nine surgeons; a radical departure from the status quo, according to the 34-year-old, who says it used to be standard practice for Aussie surgeons to charge $10,000 to $14,000 for a breast augmentation.

In September alone TCI turned over $4 million and in 2013/2014 about $15.5 million.

Its projected turnover for this financial year is $35 million to $40 million.

“The radical drop in price [we offer] has seen more than 5,000 patients come through our doors in just over 24 months.

“I think as consumers, we have been led to believe that if you pay less, you get less, and I wanted to prove the opposite.”

Surgeon Dr Laith Barnouti from Australia Plastic Surgery in Sydney agrees there have been massive price cuts in Australia’s breast enlargement sector this year.

Cheaper implants, more variety of implants, and more GPs performing breast augmentations are contributing factors.

In Australia, a graduate of a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (BMBS) can perform cosmetic surgery.

Worryingly, post-graduate specialist training is optional, he says.

“I have performed about 1000 breast augmentations since 2009 and know over the past six months there has been change as prices have dropped,” Dr Barnouti says.

“The implants are getting cheaper, more GPs are entering the market and when I began my specialist training in 2000, there were only two medical-grade silicone implants; now there are more than 10.

“Women have tended to stay in Australia for tummy tucks and facelifts because they are larger cuts with longer recoveries but that is changing.

“[Since winter] we’ve seen 10 to 15 per cent of women who would have previously gone overseas for breast augmentations staying here for their surgeries because there is more competition in the market, more specialists and the surgery, which cost $14,000 about 15 years ago yesterday cost $9,900.”

Selling a product that polarises consumers is his business’s biggest challenge, Segal says.

“It is like anything; people used to put you in jail if you walked down the beach in a bikini but over time things change.

“I believe it [opposition to cosmetic breast surgery] boils down to lack of understanding and information.”

Segal is “pretty happy” with where his business sits in 2014 but wants to expand to 10 clinics by 2020.

He says the market appreciates TCI’s transparency. Surgery prices are posted online.

“We do expect others to follow us. I mean there are already copycats copying our approach but you cannot stop that and I don’t think you should try.

“I want us to be the Kleenex of cosmetic surgery.”

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