Check out Australia. How embarrassing
gaddamn. do some of them live in huts where there is no indoor lighting? looks like they got dressed in the dark.
Yep, that was my concern initially, but I think 42mm should be okay on my wrist, assuming I wear it with a nylon zulu strap. The 'oversize' look would work excellently in the more casual setting I'm envisioning for it. I'm not going to impulse buy as it'd take a few months to get to Aus anyway (ships end of May or something) so in the mean-time I'm going to see if I can try on some similar sized dive watches (with hefty lugs like the prodiver) and figure out if I like the feel of 'em on my wrist or whether I should just say 'feck it' and save up for the titanium Tudor Pelagos (which also catches my fancy).
I'm not sure, my hair dresser used to have a salon in the CBD but now works with his son in Kensington.
I also have curly hair and share your pain. It takes a lot more work by both the hair dresser and myself to make it look good, even tame, at anything but a short length. As you say, you need someone to do everything (except the sideburns and back edge) with scissors. I pay about $40 for mine and he spends about 35-45 minutes, so I'd expect it will cost you more in the CBD.