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Carrie Watson

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on Jul 01, 2006
In 1992, Cozy Friedman, owner of Cozy's Cuts for Kids, was living in New York City and working in the fashion industry when she had what she calls her lightning-bolt moment. "A friend took her little nephew for a haircut at her fancy Madison Avenue salon," she says. "And when he got scared and started to cry, they
on Jun 01, 2006
Hairstylist and entrepreneur John Allan recently added a fourth location to his string of successful New York City men's clubs, which combine elements of the traditional, old-style barbershop with the services and amenities of a high-end salon. The newest John Allan's, located in Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood,
on May 01, 2006
Hairstylist and salon owner Lois Christie is giving new meaning to the term "full-service," particularly as it refers to salons. At her 8,000-square-foot salon and spa, Christie & Co., in Bayside, NY, Christie is not only making her clients beautiful on
on Mar 01, 2006
Forget the golf course. Skip the steakhouse. Leave the sporting events to the guys. A growing number of professional women are booking salons and spas for get-togethers where they can talk business, entertain clients or connect with colleagues while indulging in a little pampering. Monique Bertsch, director
on Mar 01, 2006
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 be right at home on the Champs-Elysées. A combination hair salon, art gallery and café, Arium is hairstyling guru

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