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Didier Malige Exclusive Interview

Maggie Mulhern | July 10, 2011 | 11:19 PM

Famed hairstylist Didier Malige is known for creating beautiful finishes and for avoiding the press. We caught up with him backstage during New York Fashion Week as he was prepping the hair for fashion designer Juan Carlos Obando (a presenter at the most recent NAHA). We watched as he moved from model to model to "unfinish" back knots. Malige and his elite team from No. 4 High Performance Hair Care transformed 18 models for the Spring/Summer 2011 Collection. This was particularly special for us because Malige rarely speaks to editors or reporters. Since we were all there SOOO early, Malige granted Modern Salon an exclusive interview!

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