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Nicole Palmieri

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on Apr 01, 2009
1. Freya Freya is owned by seven hairstylists and co-workers who decided they wanted to open a hair salon that had the comfortable and welcoming feel of a tight-knit community but with a menu of big-city, high-end hair and waxing services. The salon features exposed brick walls, high
on Feb 01, 2009
DopDop Salon owner Jo Blackwell-Preston loves her New York City salon's business card because no matter which way you turn it, it always says "dop." What's more, the "d" and the "p" are exactly the same letter repeated. The raised font on the card is a hand-drawn, modified version of the Bodoni font, which makes
on Feb 01, 2009
Once just a finishing touch to a salon service, blow-outs are now the 21st century equivalent of a 20th century wash-and-set. According to the American Salon/American Spa Green Book 2009, more and more women are adopting a time-is-money mind-set when it comes to their hair. In fact, Greenbook research shows
on Feb 01, 2009
Charleston, SC, often referred to as The Holy City due to the prominence of churches in the city, is also home to an abundance of hotels, restaurants, shops and hair salons. Nicole Palmieri found four salons that keep locals and tourists looking their best. 1. Whispers on Wentworth Open since
on Feb 01, 2009
David Guerin, owner of The Cutting Room Salon in Albany, OR, recently traveled to Mexico with a group called Hairdressers On a Mission. On the nine-day trip, Guerin and the other hairdressers visited impoverished neighborhoods and orphanages, including Gabriel House, a children's orphanage, and the Cannon

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