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Beyond Your Chair

Jayne Morehouse

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Beauty Professionals Look Ahead to a Great 2018

To end the year on an inspirational note, I asked

some of my beauty friends what they’re looking

forward to professionally and personally in 2018.

What’s clear is that they’ve made BIG plans and

they’re ready to go. Here are some of their answers:

Beth Minardi, hair-

colorist, educator and

creator of Beth Minardi

Signature Shades —

“Per-

sonally, I want to find the

love of my life and take a

vacation with my darling

daughter, Christa. I also plan

to continue living a happy, healthy and exciting

life in New York City, actively supporting equality

for women and working to preserve our environ-

ment. Professionally, I’m working on bringing Beth

Minardi Signature Shades to an amazing level of

colorful success by supporting our wonderful,

changing and challenging industry every day. I live

to change the lives of colorists facing challenges

with the very best advice and support, as well as

the best possible product collection. I also intend

to lead a rebirth of creative taste and respect for

the health and condition of the hair.”

Celebrity Hair-

dresser Sacha

Quarles, Los Angeles,

California—

“2018 is

going to be an amaz-

ing year! I look forward

to more teaching and

more education. It’s amazing how fulfilling it is

both to inspire and to be inspired. The excitement

of our craft gives me so many opportunities in the

beauty industry I love. I am so proud to be a beauty

professional.”

TimTimmons, owner,

Salon Gloss, Woodstock,

Georgia— 

“After establish-

ing Salon Gloss as one of the

leading salons in Georgia, I am

excited to break ground for our

newmen’s grooming lounge.

The space will be a masculine upscale barber expe-

rience with a focus on classic men’s services such

as men’s cuts and color services, hot towels, hot

shaves, beard grooming, beard facials, shoeshine

and more. The men’s lounge was inspired by and

will be designed around the launch of Keune’s new

men’s line. 35 percent of our clientele is male; guys

are showing us they want specialized cuts with

attention to more texture and style, and a focus on