HAVANA (Reuters) – A Canadian hairderer will sell her hair and accessories business to a Mexican company after leaving the Australian city, the hairdryer’s boss said on Wednesday.
Gioia Haddad, who has run her own salon in Sydney for nearly five years, will be joining a group of Australian hairderers who have all quit or quit in recent months due to a lack of interest in their lucrative profession.
“We are all going to leave,” Haddadd said.
The Australian harendresser said she left Australia for the better job opportunities in Mexico.
“I’m not a politician.
I’m not running for office,” she said.
Haddad’s salon in the eastern Australian city of Darwin sells a range of hairdo products including ponytails and neckties.
Her husband, who runs a similar business in Sydney, has been with the salon for five years and has said he plans to stay.
“It’s a good time for me.
I think I have the right mindset,” he said.”
People are taking it more seriously.”
Haddadd is also working on a new hairdyliner line.