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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 Feb 11, 2015
Kerry Mather creates glamorous cuts and curls in a retro collection. Past meets present in this exclusive body of work from Kerry Mather, owner of KJM Salons in Fleet, Hampshire, England and 2014 finalist of the British Hairdressing Awards–Southern Region. “I wanted to create a veil of nostalgia and innocence around
on Feb 03, 2015
Stylists are creative by nature—American Salon Better Business Network members share how to get creative with A good sale begins with knowing all about what’s being sold, salon owners agree. “Our staff completes a quarterly product knowledge class that covers the general benefits of each and every retail product
on Feb 02, 2015
In every small town across America, there’s at least one salon that raises the bar for everyone else. Dublin, GA (population 16,379) has J. Keyton Salon & Spa. Equidistant from Savannah and Atlanta sits the town of Dublin, GA, said to be named after the capital of Ireland. This small community in middle Georgia
on Feb 02, 2015
New Money A few years ago, a client at The Drawing Room New York was checking currency rates on his phone as he sat in the styling chair, recalls salon owner Clyde Elezi. “We started talking about this new currency that’s available,” he says. The bitcoin, a digital currency created in 2009 used for electronic
on Feb 02, 2015
American Dream In a historical building in the University City neighborhood of Philadelphia sits Styles Inspired by Marc, a full-service barbershop with a vintage Americana feel and modern detail. Its owner, Marcus Williams, dreamt of styling hair at an early age, and as a teenager he paid his peers to cut their