Renowned hairstylist and founder of the Roy Teeluck Salon in New York City has opened the doors of his new salon, and we’re happy to have snuck an early look inside its doors. Previously situated above the Four Seasons Hotel, the glamorous salon is now conveniently nestled between Yves Saint Laurent, Prada and Chanel on <... >
It’s the start of a new year, but I have chosen to put myself back at Milk Studios during September 2010 New York Fashion Week. I’m happy to reminisce and my hair’s looking fine. In this memory, elation and tresses equate thanks to a new discovery: Number 4™ High Performance Hair Care Products. I am <... >
Every year – scratch that – every month, a new array of hair products come our way. But for a while now, we’ve been holding off – counting pennies as deftly as we count grays. It’s time to change that. For 2011, hair care is getting back into deserved luxe as we crawl away from <... >
For me, nothing feels better and more feminine than walking into February with a head full of bouncy healthy salon styled hair.
I have a thing for ocean-inspired and derived products. Maybe my body knows that the ocean is a wealth of naturally balanced minerals and micronutrients and it instinctively reaches to those healing powers. Evolutionary fossil theories suggest that at one point we humans were at some point creatures of the ocean and parallels between the <... >
A Stylist and Product Line Gone Internationally Green
Mordechai Alvow creates great style and YAROK Haircare
By Erin Brady
Mordechai Alvow, a hairstylist and the founder of YAROK Haircare a budding, botanically based line (Yarok means “green” in Hebrew) of restorative hair care, is quite the jetsetter. Born in Israel, he now splits his time between NYC and Chicago, as well as other locations now and then for editorial shoots. His line, Yarok, represents <... >
Prepare yourselves for another British invasion. From the land of rain and fog comes the Urban Therapy Twisted Sista Line. Whether you go curly or straight, this hair care line is designed for the girl who wants frugal fabulous-ness and who’s used to a mop of frizz-laden curls that can’t decide which way to go. <... >
Alibi NYC Salon has been open for about five months and seemed quite busy on the sunny October morning when I visited. Situated in a 2,200-square-foot loft in the heart of SoHo, with beautiful wooden floors, Rococo-style chandeliers, a chic black and white color theme, and avant-garde art, the salon looks like a contemporary lounge <... >
A Well-Deserved Fall Treatment at the Top of the Tops:
Cutler’s Posh Digs Indulge a Girl’s Tired Locks
The humidity-soaked days served up this summer invoked one undeniable sentiment for yours truly: I have a barometer on my head, and its effect is not cute. It’s not cute at all. By September, the tale of Me Versus the Big Frizz was a woefully tired one. The shellac-and-pull-back being seemingly my only option, I <... >
As if Junior High isn’t already awkward enough, my time in seventh and eighth grade coincided with the last gasps of the Big Hair movement.