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WATCH: Chris McMillan Answers MODERN SALON Facebook Questions

Anne Moratto | February 26, 2013 | 12:58 PM

I spoke to Chris McMillan, Living Proof's Celebrity Hairdresser and the man who created "The Rachel" for Jennifer Aniston, as he was driving in Los Angeles the night of the 2013 Oscars, in between clients. Obviously relieved to have awards season come to a close, McMillan, a much in-demand stylist, salon owner and editorial session artist, was not going to head to the spa for some well-deserved rest the next morning. Instead, he woke up early and created a video for MODERN SALON Facebook fans.  In this video, he answers questions posed by Facebook fans Gloria, Shelly and Katie.

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