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Mary Novitsky

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Mary Novitsky

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on Apr 01, 2006
I'm a huge fan of TLC's What Not to Wear, so getting to work with Nick Arrojo, the show's hair makeover magician, on this month's cover story was a real treat. Nick is one of New York's hottest stylists and educators, so we were especially excited when he agreed to share a sneak preview of the colorful collection
on Apr 01, 2006
Your longtime color client arrives for her regular appointment, and your conversation with her goes something like this: "What would you like to do today? The same thing as last time?" If this sounds like you, it might be a good time to take a fresh new look at your color work, says Marcy Cona, creative
on Feb 01, 2006
For a long time, I used to get my hair cut at a pleasant, low-key salon in midtown Manhattan. It wasn't particularly convenient to where I lived or worked, but I had followed my stylist there from her previous place. I liked Liz a lot, she did great hair, and the $40 price tag was a pretty good deal for New York,
on Jan 01, 2006
It would be wishful thinking on my part to say that spring is in the air—not in New York, anyway. With Christmas just a recent memory and the new year so new, I haven't had time to break a resolution yet. The best I can do at the moment is just think about the warmer months ahead. Mary Novitsky
on Jan 01, 2006
The holiday season may be over, but the long winter months loom ahead—along with their relentless assault on hair, skin and nails. This time of year, salon clients need their stylists and colorists more than ever for practical solutions for everything from flaky scalps to static electricity to hat hair

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