Is your salon looking for a way to give back? Maryanneandfriends.commay be the answer you are looking for. I just watched a very touching video that reminded me how much the beauty industry makes a difference in people's lives!
In the video below, hair stylist Martino Cartier talks about his vision of honoring his friend Maryanne McCormack (who was diagnosed with breast cancer). In order to show his support, he created a program called Maryanne and Friends, which brings together manufactures, platform artists, hairdressers and salon owners alike with one mission—to empower and inspire women who have breast cancer.
So what are you waiting for? Make the vow today and become a Maryanne and Friends' salon. Make the difference that will last a lifetime for someone in need. In this video you will see Cartier's take on how Maryanne inspired him and other hairdressers in the beauty industry to be their best and, to give back.
The website will be launched soon, so keep checking back to Maryanneandfriends.com for more information on how your salon can help.
In response to Hurricane Harvey, Dr. Farouk Shami committed $5,000,000 in products and tools to various shelters, churches, organizations, stylists and salons. Now he and his Farouk family are rallying salons to participate in a Cut-a-Thon.
On August 25-27, 2017, Farouk Systems, Inc. hosted its biennial global conference. Titled “Light it Up”, the 3-day company event showed Farouk Systems’ ability to brighten the future of beauty professionals with the latest advancements and technology the industry can offer.
Luxury Brand Partners (LBP) is excited to announce the launch of its first online education class—Social Media Magic. The class gives each student the tools he or she needs to create a strong social media presence to adapt to the ever-changing nature of the salon industry. Details here.
The Tonight Show’s Jimmy Fallon started growing a beard on Memorial Day. When he was ready to shave it off but keep his ‘stache, Brooklyn barber Russell Cordeiro, of Art & Autonomy Salon in Manhattan and Persons of Interest Barbershop in Brooklyn, was brought in to perform some grooming goodness.