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on Feb 01, 2008
With award season in jeopardy due to the writer's strike in Hollywood (as we went to press the Golden Globes had been cancelled), I've been thinking a lot about the movies and how hair can define a character. Case in point: Last year's No Country for Old Men starring Javier Bardem as a ruthless killer named Anton
on Jan 01, 2008
As publisher of this magazine I'm often asked, "What's new?" This year at American Salon, the answer is plenty. As you all know, we completely redesigned the magazine last year, but we're always looking for ways to improve upon the formula. Sadly, American Salon has been caught in the web of illegal immigration,
on Dec 01, 2007
As you must know by now, we have been celebrating our 130th year in publishing throughout 2007. This month Redken sponsors The Way We Were: 2000–2008, which takes a look at what sets this, the first decade of the new millennium, apart from the other 12 we've covered this year. For me, what comes to mind is
on Nov 01, 2007
In this issue, we take a look back at the ´90s in The Way We Were, sponsored by Hair U Wear. American Crew turned the industry on its head back then by introducing a line of products specifically for men. Since then, Aveda, Goldwell, Matrix, Paul Mitchell, Redken, Joe Grooming, Woody's Quality Hair Grooming
on Oct 01, 2007
This month, The Way We Were, sponsored by Zotos, remembers the 1980s. The decade may have begun with double-digit inflation, but by the end of it, binge buying and easy credit had us all saying, "If you've got it, flaunt it." Hostile takeovers, leveraged buyouts and mega-mergers created a different kind of

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