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Arrojo Update: NICK BACK ON TV!

Lauren Salapatek | July 10, 2011 | 9:45 PM

Celebrity hair stylist Nick Arrojo has signed with NBC’s Peacock Productions for an upcoming reality series currently in development. The announcement was made today by Sharon Scott, executive vice president of Peacock Productions.

Arrojo Update: NICK BACK ON TV! Arrojo, previously of TLC's hit show "What Not to Wear," is an acclaimed stylist and educator in the business. His work is regularly featured in fashion magazines, he's a regular stylist at New York fashion shows and a regular guest for hair-related news stories on NBC and ABC.

“I’m thrilled to be working with Peacock Productions on this exciting project. We’re putting together an inspirational uplifting show, highlighting my staff and students as they follow their dreams and deal with all the emotions that ensue,” says Arrojo. “I’m also looking forward to giving the world a look into the creativity and hard work found in the hair industry as well as the challenges of running three successful businesses.”
 Nick Arrojo

While the network didn't release any specific details about the series at this time, Ellen Marth, Arrojo's public relations manager, revealed to MODERN, "it will not be a makeover show — but it will show a whole new side to Nick and the best aspects of the industry that we love so much!"

For more information on Arrojo check out Editor-in-Chief of Salon Today Stacey Soble’s podcast:
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