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on May 01, 2009
Eva Scrivo All that we seem to hear and see these days are horror stories stemming from the economy. And while we can’t deny its adverse impact on the salon industry, there are things we can all do to power through these hard times and perhaps even grow. Take this time to become a better stylist or colorist
Sam Villa
on Apr 27, 2009
Sam Villa I really enjoyed working recently with a Canadian Redken distributor—Maritime in Halifax, Nova Scotia. First, I LOVE the lobster up there! But also, I find Canadian hairdressers receptive, hungry for education and highly skilled. I had the honor of presenting the award to the hairdresser who will
on Apr 24, 2009
Jet from Jet Rhys Salon Hello My Fellow Beauty Connoisseurs, I just came back from a brilliant trip to N.Y.C., and I feel so inspired from what I have seen. There was so much art, music and people watching, and I had a great time working on a show for the Wella Team with Nick Berardi. Sometimes it’s so great to
on Apr 23, 2009
Why pink is the new red… Red is always classic but this spring pink brings you in sync with the times. Whether it’s day at the office, a night out on the town or a weekend at the beach, pink lipstick looks irresistibly fresh. And there are so many gorgeous shades to choose from—cherry to fuchsia to dusty rose. The
on Apr 21, 2009
Celebrity stylist David Evangelista Let me start by saying I love my work. It is my life's passion, and opening up a salon with my name on the door was a dream come true. But with that comes the never-ending commitment to try and make every client happy (and loyal). Meeting clients for the first time consistently