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My Inspiration

Maggie Mulhern | August 13, 2012 | 8:22 PM

It is BOOTCAMP time for Goldwell's Color Zoom 2012 finalists. Daniel Rubin, Michelle Azouz and Michael Gierl are spending three days at the Goldwell headquarters just outside Baltimore, Maryland, learning how to hone their skills and work on time management in preparation for the international competition to be held October 13 in London.

I joined them for dinner last night and was thrilled that these humble artists wanted to chat less about themselves and more about their mentors. When I asked each to give just one name, it turned in to a true challenge. In this video you get to meet each finalist and learn who has helped each make this dream come true.

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