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on Oct 01, 2009
Hanna Compton has wanted to be a hairdresser for as long she can remember. Her father is a set builder in Hollywood, and when she was young Hanna used to visit him on location. Instead of watching the actors, Hanna spent time with the hairdressers and makeup artists and just knew that someday that's what she wanted to do.
on Sep 01, 2009
Imagine hiring a personal salon coach for the price of a haircut. Now you can. Cory Couts, a globally recognized expert in salon management and leadership, has been teaching salon owners worldwide how to capitalize on success and grow their businesses for almost 15 years. I met Cory when he worked for KMS
on Aug 01, 2009
City of Hope's National Professional Salon Industry Spirit of Life Dinner and Masquerade Ball honoring Pureology's Cheryl and Jim Markham was held at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas last month. My friend actress Debi Mazar hosted the event, which had a theme of Create Beauty, Unmask Hope. To help raise money
on Jul 01, 2009
Guy Mascolo was chairman of TIGI Worldwide and TONI&GUY USA. He was also part of a hairdressing dynasty that began with his father, Franco, and grew to include brothers Bruno, Toni and Anthony. His death from heart failure at 65 this May came prematurely, saddening and shocking his family, friends and those in the
on Jun 01, 2009
If you think twittering is for the birds, think again. Twitter is the latest rage in free social networking, and it's utilized by everyone from celebs like Oprah Winfrey to CEOs and corporations like CNN. Even American Salon is on the microblogging service that lets users stay connected in real time (about 4