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MODERN’s Guest Blogger: Nicholas French

Nicholas French | July 10, 2011 | 8:16 PM

I am very busy planning the Fall Show Season which is very varied, including a large presentation in Nice in the South of France for a prestigious audience from Matrix; Italy and then the Alternative Hair Show at the Royal Albert Hall in London, with more shows on the horizon including Matrix Australia Destination (MAD) in Melbourne Australia 2010.

MODERN’s Guest Blogger: Nicholas FrenchI am primarily focused at present in creating my two Artistic Presentations for the NAHA Gala Evening Event on the 19th July 2009 at the Mandalay Bay Hotel.  This involved approximately 50 hours of making hair pieces and wigs—all-hand made with human hair.  I have been sponsored primarily for the event by SO.CAP. USA/SHE Hair Extensions and MATRIX and also The Taylor Andrews Academy in Salt Lake City (The Ritz Carlton of Hairdressing Schools) and Marilyn Brushes. I am also myself having to be a key sponsor as I am flying in models, make-up, choreographer etc. from Chicago and New York.

I hope to make this an exciting and creative evening for everyone.  I think NAHA should be about THE ART OF HAIRDRESSSING.

NOTE FROM MODERN EDITORS: Visit to get tickets to this year’s 20th anniversary NAHA event!

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