Warrior Women from Nick Stenson

Jan Hillenmeyer | March 27, 2013 | 1:34 PM
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Nick Stenson, artistic director for jcp Salons, believes women can be beautiful and powerful. He combines both inspirations in the Warrior Women collection he submitted in the Avant Garde category at the 2012 North American Hairdressing Awards. “The concept for this collection was to show women in a very strong, powerful Avant Garde way—representing the powerful mother and/or career woman.
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We also wanted to show that with power comes beauty,” says Stenson. Stenson directs the new educational platform for jcp stylists. JCP’s sponsorship of NAHA supports the company’s educational message to stylists that there are no limits placed on their talent and creativity.
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“We want jcp to be the brand where careers begin and extend through retirement. We want to help our stylists grow, be creative and receive guidance on their career path,” Stenson says. Photography: David Byun. Make-up: Chino Mitsui. Fashion stylist: Rod Novoa
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