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Jennifer MacDougall's Signature Cover with Siggy Flicker

Maggie Mulhern | February 27, 2012 | 10:21 AM

Jennifer MacDougall has had an interesting and impressive career as a freelance hairstylist. She has been so successful that she had to leave the icebergs and moose of her hometown of Newfoundland in Canada to relocate to NYC to meet her demanding schedule. I caught up with her last night at the Lali Lali Salon in Soho at the celebration party for the cover launch of SIGNATURE Magazine where Jennifer created long, loose curls on Reality Star and matchmaker Siggy Flicker. In this video, you learn more about her journey as a freelance artist and the importance of sponsorship and friendship with the companies that provide the products and tools necessary to create beautiful finishes.

Ayub Balweel: assistant photographer Judi Gabbay: Make Up Artist ( Siggy Flicker ( Jennifer MacDougall: Hairtsylist ( Jason Setiawan: Photographer (

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