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Corie Hengst

About Corie Hengst

Corie Hengst is a New York-based associate editor at American Salon with several years of experience in print and online media. Always active in her passion, she has tackled writing projects over the years ranging from business books to greeting cards. Before joining American Salon, she was editor at a finance magazine. In her current role, she reports on a variety of topics in the professional beauty industry including salon services and hair and nail trends. 

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on Dec 08, 2014
Deck hair with accessories that add glitz and glam. In preparation for festive celebrations, add a little something to clients’ chic updos or flowing waves with a fitting hair accessory. Nick Stenson, senior artistic creative director of JCP Salon and artistic director for Matrix, and Clarissa Malek, owner and
on Dec 07, 2014
My Amazing Hair Secrets launched in 2013 after company president Stacy Kaufman recognized the beauty industry’s need for quality blow-dry products and other time-saving, unique styling products for all hair types. American Salon Associate Editor Corie Hengst recently caught up with Kaufman to learn more about the latest
on Dec 07, 2014
Go-to finishing products and secrets to achieving festive hairstyles Agadir Volumizing Hair Spray Firm Hold “For volume and staying power, shake the client’s hair while she holds her head upside down, and add hairspray.” —Tom Mazy, sales director, Aloxxi Firm Hold Hairspray “To lock in extra
on Dec 07, 2014
Haircare experts share how to create holiday hair with staying power. ✂ —Corie Hengst Tempting Twist For this vintage look, Ruth Roche, Pureology artistic ambassador and celebrity stylist, created a side part and smoothed the underneath hair into a ponytail two inches below the hairline. Next, Roche rolled up the
on Dec 07, 2014
Many clients are finding the silver lining of growing older and embracing their gray haircolor, says Linda Sweetman, senior hairstylist and colorist at David’s Beautiful People salon in North Bethesda, MD. “I think this is an important new haircolor trend with baby boomers who are starting to retire,” she says. “These