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  • Have you ever heard of Trichology or Trichoanalysis? No? Ok, I hadn’t either, but I know of it now…and love it! I set up an appointment with the famous and fabulous Christopher Mackin at Gil Ferrer Salon with no expectations and left with a wealth of knowledge, the shiniest hair I’ve ever seen and a <... >

  • I’ve always been skeptical about the whole hair “salon” experience. The idea that you walk into a place with scissor-handed people eagerly waiting to get a chop at your tresses has always scared me. And that you step out feeling a million dollars was just a far-fetched notion held by insecure women who divulge their <... >

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