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Station Break: Colorist Marie Robinson

July 10, 2011 | 11:23 PM

Celebrity colorist Marie Robinson means business when it comes to creating the perfect lighting for her color clients in her eponymous New York City salon. “We put a lot of effort into the lighting,” she says. “We are fortunate enough to have east and west windows, but daylight still changes and can be hard for the colorist. Our goal was to keep it consistent through morning to evening.”
Station Break: Colorist Marie Robinson


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