September/October 2007HAIR'S HOW
Director of Sales' Note
As we celebrate our year anniver. sary, I want to personally thank our advertisers, subscribers and salon professionals who have warmly received us and continue to support our quality publica. tion. This issue is for you. We have increased in content to 68 pages and will grow to 80 pages by our November issue.
Combs VS Brushes
What can be more habitual, than a comb or a brush? There are many different varieties, each one with its own peculiari. ties. Let's classify what hairdressers now have available for them in their arsenal of tools.
Salons everywhere experience the challenge of brunettes who day after day sit in their chairs and simply request, "I wanna be blond". It is with. out a doubt one of the top requested services in the industry today. The transformation can be breath. taking, the work involved to perfect the finished product is not an easy task, though the salon pro. fessional who takes on the endeavor will always smile and say "and you will be".
Terry CALVERT - The power of creativity
Extravagant and daring, art director of the Clipso Salons turns every routine into an artful creation. He combines ruling his suc. cessful net of salons with photoshoots, design of salon interiors and endless shows... We've asked him to share the secret of this energy and endless creativity...
Pollard opened his award.winning, full.service salon, Hair by Bennie... and friends!, in the fashionable boutique district of Louisville's historic Frankfort Avenue. Four times Pollard was selected as a finalist in the North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA), the industry's most prestigious competition, equiva. lent to the film industry's Oscar. 2003 proved to be Pollard's year, as he won The North American Hair Styling Award's Avant Garde category.
Products that perform
Change - DUALISMS
WEDDING STYLES - Back to Quiffs
Volume at the front, so remaining the disco motives of the 70's, was recently in by stylish r'n'b addicts, But the trend has gradually transformed into a classical updo, and has become an attribute of a groomed, really solemn, but yet natural look. And modern details make the style completely different from the antique stiff look: wild curls at the nape, a voluminous braid or a smooth ponytail.
MEN'S STYLES - Done with a bang
Polished and refined, this look with elongated bangs can soften any usual cut. Reveal calm, almost aristocratic dignity with an alluring mystery. These cuts are so playful - so why not become a modern dandy? And yet they are so touch. able, that no one can resist feeling how smooth the hair is. But add some styling wax and you'll get a much stronger look.
Clip & Snip
Cut & Color