Great Lengths USA, the leading company for professional-use only, premium hair extensions, has announced the appointment of award-winning hairstylist Justine Marjan as its U.S. Brand Ambassador. In her role as Great Lengths USA Brand Ambassador, Marjan will help to educate both the salon community as well as consumers about Great Lengths by serving as a voice and content creator through editorial, social media and industry events.
As the leader in ethically sourced human hair, Great Lengths is the only extension brand that can guarantee ethicality based on tracking mechanisms the brand has in place, and Marjan will serve as a voice in educating the importance of quality and ethically sourced hair.
“We couldn’t be more excited to have Justine on board,” says Michael Napolitano, Chief Executive Officer at HairUWear, Great Lengths USA’s parent company. “Her authority within the beauty industry will lend credibility and awareness to promote Great Lengths’ growth in the U.S., and we look forward to this partnership.”
With over 15 years of experience styling hair, Marjan’s career began in the salon world prior to transitioning to celebrity and editorial styling. Her celebrity and editorial work has been featured in Teen Vogue, Glamour, Allure, Elle, InStyle, People Style, Refinery29, US Weekly and more. She was the lead hair stylist for 2019 and 2020’s Bravo’s Project Runway and she regularly serves as a judge for beauty awards held by various outlets, including Glamour and InStyle, and recently was a judge for the prestigious The North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA) in 2020. A beauty influencer in her own right, Justine has over 400,000 followers on Instagram, where she shares her tips, tricks and client work with her fans and followers.
“I’m thrilled to be working with Great Lengths to highlight their brand story with others and speak to the incredibly high quality of the products, since I so often use hair extensions on my own clients,” she says. “It’s a simple way to instantly transform their look. I also love that the brand uses double-drawn Remy hair that is ethically sourced, which makes every hairstyle look like it was created with healthy, natural hair.”
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