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Corie Russell

About Corie Russell

Corie Russell 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 Apr 18, 2014
I recently attended an event at Rare Salon in New York to see, firsthand, how Pureology’s new Strength Cure line works. The new line is designed to heal, strengthen and protect color-treated hair, as well as detangle and mend split-ends. The products are formulated with Asta-Repair including Astaxanthin, a powerful
on Apr 14, 2014
These salons are playing with a full deck—whether it’s a membership card for men, a punch card for styling services or a coupon to entice new clients, loyalty programs help fill appointment books. Calling All Gentlemen Spring, Texas-based Salon Matos Inc. encourages male guests to increase their visits by offering
on Apr 11, 2014
Bridal season has arrived, and with it comes Bridal Fashion Week, which I was extra-excited to attend because my own wedding is coming up next month! This morning I went backstage to see the hair and makeup looks for Marchesa, which were soft, delicate and all-around stunning complements to the romantic lace dresses and
on Apr 09, 2014
Freeze Frame In 1968, famed street and fashion photographer Bill Cunningham embarked on an eight-year photography project to document the fashion history of New York City. After scouring hundreds of vintage shops and auction houses for antique frocks, Cunningham photographed models at locales he scouted specifically for
on Apr 07, 2014
Sharon Blain’s fierce-meets-feminine collection, Stitched Up, mixes textures like braids and waves without the pins. Looking outside the normal methods of creating dressed hair, award-winning educator and artist Sharon Blain wanted to expand her creativity by eliminating pins in hairstyles in Stitched Up. Instead, she

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