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Two New Artistic Directors at FHI Brands

Anne Moratto | March 31, 2016 | 9:27 AM
Sarah Mac and Kiley Potter

FHI Brands President and CEO Shauky Gulamani is expanding the Shows and Education team with the addtion of two new Artistic Directors – Sarah Mac and Kiley Potter. They will report to Christa Goldstein, Director of Education and Chris Campbell, Vice President of Shows and Education.

Mac was previously selected by Matrix Artistic Director, Dan Csicsai, to open Salon Glo in 2009. Mac has participated in fashion shows, hair shows, in addition to NAHA photo shoots and worked on television’s Sweden’s Next Top Model. Being an Artistic Director for FHI Brands brings the perfect convergence of three elements that she feels very passionate about in her career:  education, hairstyling and working closely with people.

 Potter, a certified Color Master, is also at Salon Glo in Valencia, California favoring balayage, color melts, and finishing off with her signature “unkempt” textured style.  Potter conducts trainings to the industry while also creating styles on television’s Sweden’s Next Top Model and the styles on The Price is Right. 

“I want to express my passion for FHI Brands because it is the most important thing to me other than my family," says Gulamani. "I have been in the hair industry for over 30 years of my life. In 2016, my commitment has been to bringing the soul of our company back, which is expressed through Shows and Education for the driving force of our business – professional hairdressers.” 

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