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on Jul 01, 2009
1. OBJET D'ART Seda France Classic Toile Diffuseur Sets are as elegant as they are aromatic. The diffusers come in scents like Cutting Garden, French Tulip and Japanese Quince, and include a lovely hand-blown glass container. sedafrance.com (PHOTOGRAPHY: LARS KLOVE) 2. EARTH-FRIENDLY FRAGRANCE The Petit
on Jun 01, 2009
Jeffrey Koket, owner of Salon Oasis, applied careful thought into the design of his meditative business card. The teal blue and white color scheme, coupled with a fade effect, makes the mirrored logo more pronounced. To create an exotic appeal, Koket used the Myriad font in white over a blue background. The back of the
on Jun 01, 2009
 A range of products that caught our eye this month  1. BOTTLED UP K. Hall Designs' 32-ounce glass bottle of Bath Salts, in tempting fragrances like Lilac and Blueberry Basil, looks stunning in any setting. khalldesigns.com 2. HERBAL SOAK Deep Steep's Bath Tea, available in Lavender-
on Jun 01, 2009
Taking over an existing salon can be challenging, but Sam Brocato and his wife, Holly, who purchased Oscar and Wendy Bond's Manhattan salon last summer, are off to a promising start with the new Sam Brocato Salon. They have worked hard to build a trusting relationship with the salon's existing stylists and clients and are
on May 01, 2009
When Skin Deep Day Spa owner Susan Barbaglia designed her business cards, she opted for a green background, finding the color to be soothing and trendy, as well as representative of her spa's calming services. The four photos overlying the tranquil base color represent beauty and relaxation. Similarly, the clean,

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