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FYI SOUTH Magazine, June 2004.

Ami's Beauty Studio

(06) 237-5780
54, ShengLi Rd., Tainan City (in a lane)
Hours: By appointment only

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      The floor space of Ami's Beauty Studio, located in the lane next to the campus of the University of ChengDa, is not even two pings in area. The interior is relatively straightforward and simple, a testament to the owner's unique style. As the space is limited in the establishment, Ami can only cut hair, and not offer other services to her customers, who are mostly students from DaCheng or students from neighboring senior high schools. Ami tries to find the most natural and most suitable hair design for each of her clients-no easy task as every customer's needs are unique and not necessarily in line with contemporary fashion. As every one's needs are particular-especially true with today's youth-- Ami spends a lot of time listening to the customer to understand exactly what they want. Once done, she tries to match the style and give her customers hairstyles that they can easily maintain at home. The biggest accomplishment, Ami feels, is the satisfied look on each of her customer's faces as they leave her shop. Ami's history is marked by dreams and determination. Ami left her previous job as an accountant a few years back determined to study at a Japanese-style beauty salon. Times were initially tough, but she pressed on, driven by her interest to be a beautician, an interest she developed when she was young. She eventually became a beautician, and, after a few years of hard work, she established her own shop. Her family, however, did not initially support her decision, but she continued on, turned her family around, and fulfilled her dreams in this tiny shop.--By Magen Lin, translated by John Johnson

 

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