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on Apr 11, 2011
For our April issue, I reported on celebrity stylist Rene Fris' new online consultation service. For a mere fraction of his in-person cost you can log on to his website, upload three photos and Fris will personally analyze them. After, he sends back a personalized video e-mail with his recommendations. I took Fris up on
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on Feb 17, 2011
Kristina Estabrooks, lead nail artist, for Creative Nail Design (CND), described to American Salon the amazing details of the firebreathing "Mori and Moto" dragons that were created for The Blonds runway show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York. Designers Philippe and David renamed the dragons "Fee Fee and
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on Feb 16, 2011
Creating a soft, low chignon knot at the nape of the neck, Guido, lead stylist for Redken created a look inspired by the 1970's French Emmanuelle films and the Victorian era. Guido started by center parting the hair and pulling it back with his fingers into a low, loose ponytail and then secured it with hair elastic
on Feb 14, 2011
For the elegant evening wear collection from Jenny Packham, Leonardo Minetti, lead stylist for L'Oréal Professionnel, created hair for the "girl about town." Complementing the long draping necklines, Minetti allowed the hair to naturally flow down the model's back. "It is a look that is more evening than day," said
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on Feb 14, 2011
Downtown at the Rag + Bone show in SoHo, amid the cacophony of hairdryers and a team of twenty stylists, Guido was creating hair that was simple, youthful and playful which helped to offset the texture of Rag & Bone's 2011 Winter collection which, according to Guido, "had a lot going on." What Guido conceptualized

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