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on Jan 10, 2011
Robert Jongstra, Global President of P&G Salon Professional Wella Professionals Creative Director for Color Josh Woods, left, and Eugene Souleiman, Wella Professionals Global Creative Director, Care & Styling Wella Professionals pulled out all the stops when it hosted its International Trend Vision Award (ITVA)
on Apr 01, 2010
Top prize winner Lydia Mikal, right, with Sassoon Academy Creative Director Mark Hayes and Bellus Academy's Lynelle Lynch Second-place honores went to Kayla Skaggs, left, seen here with Jim Yates and Brenda Scharman of Cameo College Wella school students took the top two spots at the 2010 Sassoon Academy/
on Mar 24, 2010
Victorian Romance Jenny Shircore, a beauty talent who picked up an Oscar in 1998 for her work in Elizabeth, is at it again. This time around, Shircore landed in the Victorian era, working her magic on-set as the designer of hair and makeup for The Young Victoria. "I poured through hundreds of books and visited London'
on Mar 24, 2010
In a Flash Looking for a fast and easy way to build bigger color profits among male clients in your salon? Try Paul Mitchell Artistic Director Stephanie Kocielski's Pour on the Charm technique, which uses Flashback, the new hue from Paul Mitchell Professional Hair Color, to balance color and discreetly conceal gray so
on Mar 22, 2010
In an era where the economy teeters between recession and recovery and clients are stretching out the time between salon visits, business education offerings may be just the spark plug that salons need to keep profits humming. Here are some options: Visual Merchandising & Retail Management This one-day course on visual