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The Way We Were (1910-1920)

Mar 01 2007 | By American Salon Staff
The Dawn of the Advertising Age From developments in salon furniture to happenings in the French fashion world, The American Hairdresser covered the major...
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Notebook

Mar 01 2007 | By American Salon Staff
GO SHORT Short hair is one of the hottest trends to emerge from the runway this spring. A really short fringe is key, but dramatic color is just as important. Versace...
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Super Soak

Mar 01 2007 | By Carrie Watson
At the end of a busy day, nothing beats a long soak in the tub. Adding bath salts can make the experience even better by doing the mind and body a world of good. Mineral-rich salts help increase...
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Going Long

Mar 01 2007 | By Carrie Watson
Semi-permanent eyelash extensions hit the U.S. market less than three years ago, and the trend is still growing faster than the Phoenix suburbs. "It's the hottest thing going right now,"...
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Primary Colors

Mar 01 2007 | By Marianne Dougherty
Joico's International Artistic Director Damien Carney and Vero K-PAK Color Artistic Director Sue Pemberton did not seek inspiration from the worlds of fashion or celebrity when they created...
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Let's Do Lunch

Mar 01 2007 | By Marianne Dougherty
Q: Tell me about your product line. It's called Arrojo, right? The line includes shampoo, conditioner and styling products. I call them simple scientific solutions for the...
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Against All Odds

Mar 01 2007 | By Marianne Dougherty
Graham Webb was born into poverty with undiagnosed spina bifida in London, but he beat the odds, founding a multimillion-dollar company, Graham Webb International, which he sold to the Wella...
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Hands on Education

Mar 01 2006 | By Robbin McClain
Some people learn by seeing, others by doing. If you fall into the latter category, IBS New York has something for you. At this year's event, held April 30 to May 2, we offer some special...
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Back to his Roots

Mar 01 2006 | By Carrie Watson
With its baby grand piano, 40-bottle wine list and the aroma of freshly baked croissants wafting from the kitchen, Arium, a salon in the heart of Manhattan's meatpacking district, would...
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The Buzz on Clippers

Mar 01 2006 | By Wendy Corn
You already have scissor-hands; what more could a stylist need to create a fabulous haircut? "Clippers," says David Guerin, international artistic director for Oster Professional Products. "...
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