Paul Mitchell cosmetologist has created a mannequins from an old television from the early 80s to present to the public in 2018.

Paul Mitchell, who has lived in Australia since 1976, started his career at the age of 21.

He has a degree in electrical engineering and a PhD in biomedical engineering.

He studied medicine in the US and has been practising medicine in Australia for almost 25 years.

Paul, who is also an Australian citizen, said he wanted to show the public what it was like to be a cosmetician and to make them feel that they could have their own style of cosmetistry.

“I was always a big fan of old TV sets, and I always wanted to do something with old TV equipment,” Paul said.

“And I thought, ‘why not make an old old TV and give it to the world?'”

I started working on this project about two years ago, and in October I had a dream about the old TV.

I just thought it would be great if it would go into museums, but I never thought it could go into the real world.

“I’m so glad I did it.””

When I first heard the news, I said, ‘Paul, this is the coolest project ever’,” she said.

“I’m so glad I did it.”

Paul, a member of the Australian Cosmetological Society (ACS), said he had originally hoped to make the old television into a statue, but the statue was too big.

Paul said that because of its size, he decided to use it as a mannesque.

“The only thing I wanted to change was the TV itself, because it’s the only thing that I have on me,” Paul told ABC TV.

“So I went with a manning-style mannee to be the face of the statue.”

“But, because the manneater is so big, I ended up making the mannesquee into a small manneue.”

Paul and Tanya said that they have been making the replica since the start of this year.

“We’ve been making a little replica of the old tv and a manner of a replica of it so that we can show people what it looks like when it was made,” Paul explained.

“And also, we’ll also be putting it in a museum in 2019.”

Paul said that he hoped the replica would make people think about what it would look like if they could cosmetically recreate the 80s TV set.

“If we were to be shown it, it would show how the TV looked like when the people who made it were living in the era when it came out and it was still around,” Paul revealed.

“But it would also show what it looked like before that era, when people had their own ideas about what to do with the TV.”

“People are really fascinated by what the 80-year-old TV looked a lot like.”

Paul has been working on the project since last year, but he said that the real test of the replica was when he and his wife held it in their hands for the first time.

“This is the first day of filming, and we’ve got it up and running, so we can get the test to see how it’s going,” Paul remarked.

Paul will have his first face-to-face meeting with the public with the manning in 2019, when he will visit the Queensland Museum of Ancient Art in Brisbane, where he will be shown the replica of his original TV.””

But we’re still going to do it the best we can.”

Paul will have his first face-to-face meeting with the public with the manning in 2019, when he will visit the Queensland Museum of Ancient Art in Brisbane, where he will be shown the replica of his original TV.

“It’s the most important thing that we’re going to get to do, and the most interesting,” Paul stressed.

“We’re really excited to get the public on board and to see the replica,” he said.