As the founder of Color Wow, a line created to cover grown-out roots for color-treated hair, and co-founder of John Frieda, Gail Federici has been a nothing short of a pioneer in the haircare industry.
Successful in both beauty and business, BITB chatted with Gail to hear more about Color Wow and upcoming trends in the haircare world.
1. Color Wow sounds like a life-changer for women who color their hair! How does it stand out from other haircare products on the market?
Color Wow was recently honored with Cosmetic Executive Women’s “Indie Beauty Award, 2016,” Every product in the range is a totally new technology, a 180-degree departure from status quo co
Dr. Stephanie Beidler Teotia is a Board Certified Plastic and Reconstruction Surgeon, who is primarily concerned with individualizing patient care and providing exceptional service. Before practicing in Dallas, she was practicing in West Texas; her extensive training makes her comfortable taking care of both aesthetic and reconstructive procedures, beyond her plastic and reconstructive surgery training, Dr. Teotia subspecialized in pediatric craniofacial surgery. Dr. Beidler Teotia has won numerous awards and has published and presented several scientific articles. She has also been appointed as a Clinical Assistant Professor at both UT-Southwestern Medical Center and Texas Tech Health Scien
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Marina Peredo splits here time between her Long Island practice and her beautiful new space on the upper east side. She is a laser surgeon and expert injector, and serves as a national trainer for many aesthetic procedures. She is an associate clinical professor of Dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. Dr. Peredo received her medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine. She completed her internal medicine internship at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center and her dermatology residency at New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center.
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So you love the feeling of freshly washed hair, but what about those nasty knots? You feel like pulling your hair out until you realize that all that tugging and combing may actually be pulling your hair out.
According to Teresa Probst, Master Colorist at Varin Salon on New York’s Madison Avenue, “Always comb hair gently without pulling or tugging that can lead to damage. Start from the bottom and work your way to the top of your head, using a wide toothed comb, especially when combing wet hair. Conditioners that contain silicone are also good because they make it easier to slide a comb through your stands.”
It’s not only what you use, but how you use it. Sam Villa, founder of Sam Vill