Textured Tresses by Salvatore Minardi @ Artist Session

Maggie Mulhern | July 10, 2011 | 8:46 PM
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Salvatore Minardi, owner of Salvatore Minardi Salon in Madison, New Jersey, has been a fan of MODERN SALON’s Artist Session program since it began this past spring.
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Even when he was in Europe and could not attend the second session, he sent a member of his staff to key in to the education and experience.
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“Artist Session is simply the best educational event in the industry,” says Minardi.
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“The Sessions have inspired me to be uniquely creative and have improved my technical skills. They have also helped me expand my creative network of very gifted and talented salon professionals. Not only do you learn how to create great pictures and how to get great press, but you end up with a beautiful photo by Roberto Ligresti, the best photographer in the beauty industry!”
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At this past session, Minardi selected Monique from among the 50 top models that arrived to the casting.
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“I have always enjoyed working with different types of hair because the culture and diversity intrigues me.
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I chose Monique because of her impressive hair and features, and wanted to get away from traditional round hair by incorporating rolls, twists and other interesting shapes.
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Having curly hair myself, I can relate to the hair type and the styling that it takes to achieve its best condition.” Find out more about the next Artist Session. Go to
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