I was so lucky to go to Hairdressing School in London, England in 1960. It was the grooviest time. Carnaby Street,the Music & Clubs.

I was a huge fan of the Paris Designers and Hairstylists. Those Parisians knew how to make every female look sexy, how to do back brushed bouffant updo’s, short gamine haircuts and of course the Bridget Bardot Look. Hairdressing got even more expressive in London as

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New Beginnings

After being a hairdresser for 53 years and an owner for 43 years, last October I handed over my Salon to one of my Staff, Anthony Passero. I get kind of irritated when people say, “ So, how do you like Retirement? “I am not retiring, creative people never stop creating. I love doing hair too much, in fact besides being as talented as ever I have an abundance of

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