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2007

Dynamic Duo

Feb 01 2007 | By American Salon Staff
Philip Wilson, respected stylist and dynamic education personality, has joined forces with Jim Markham, the founder and CEO of PureOlogy, to create an iconic duo that represents decades of...
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Pop Stars

Feb 01 2007 | By Kelley Donahue
No doubt about it: '60s fashion is making a comeback, from the runways, where Alberta Ferretti did a chain-belted fur coat and Chanel created mod-medieval ensembles, to Wella's Pop Couture...
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The Way We Were

Feb 01 2007 | By American Salon Staff
The Beauty Biz Grows Up Much like today, hairdressers a century ago turned to trade magazines to keep up on the latest technology and services. Here's what they...
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Kim Vo On The Go

Jan 01 2007 | By Kim Vo
These days, reality competition shows are all over the airwaves. From singers to dancers, chefs to models, rock stars to treasure hunters, it seems that nearly everyone is vying to be the...
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Change is Good

Jan 01 2007 | By Marianne Dougherty
The last time American Salon had a face-lift, Bill Clinton was in office. Seems like a long time ago, doesn't it? Actually, it's been 10 years, which is probably too long, especially in our makeover...
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Creative License

Jan 01 2007 | By Carrie Watson
After four years of working with some of the best designers in the world during fashion week in New York, Milan and Paris, Redken has established itself as a trendsetting company with...
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Skin Deep

Jan 01 2007 | By Samantha Beerman
Skin Deep By142 is a new line of six skin care products formulated to protect, heal and address specific skin problems. The collection utilizes a combination of recently...
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Bella, Bella, Wella

Jan 01 2007 | By Kelley Donahue
Milan—home to cultural treasures like the intricately carved Gothic Duomo, Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper and the famous fashion boutiques that dot the Quadrilatero d'Oro (Golden...
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Dr. Feel Good

Jan 01 2007 | By Carrie Watson
From repetitive motion injuries to lower back pain to aching feet, one of the most challenging things about being a hairstylist is the toll it can take on your body. Les Haverty, artistic director...
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Big Fish, Small Pond

Jan 01 2007 | By Samantha Beerman
Dubbed the Pizza Capital of the World, Old Forge is a borough in Lackawanna County, not far from Scranton, at the junction of Ascension Brook and the Lackawanna River. Named for a forge built by Dr....
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