Soon after arriving in the United States from Italy, Umberto Savone attended beauty school and began cutting hair in New York City. He soon opened up a makeup/clothing/hair salon — a very cutting edge concept at the time — in Syracuse, NY and finally headed west to Los Angeles, California, where he now caters to clientele at his two Beverly Hills salons. A defining moment for Savone and his salon occurred in 1982. He knew that he and his team were well on their way when The Los Angeles Times wrote about the best haircutter in Los Angeles…Savone. Then, Time Magazine followed it up with a story about him as well.
His haircare expertise and styling techniques continue to make him an
Los Angeles native, Kacey Welch, is one of the leading color and hair extension experts in the beauty world with clients including Kate Hudson, Goldie Hawn, Carmen Electra, Kirsten Dunst and Kristen Cavallari. Thanks to her advanced techniques and dedication to sourcing the finest human hair she’s a pioneer in her field and is actually in the process of creating her own hair extension company called the “Kacey Welch Method.” Welch is currently developing the line and in the planning stage of teaching other professionals to do what she does across the country. What sets her and her work apart is her commitment to optimum hair health and vitality for her clientele. Her extensions are tail
Indie Lee worked in corporate America for HBO and Ernst and Young before hanging up her calculator to live a simpler life in the country with her children, soon realizing that “simpler” was not in her DNA. She threw herself into building a greenhouse and jumped into the farm to table movement helping local businesses with starter plants and schools with gardens. After being diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis in 2008 and unable to farm her greenhouse she started making beauty products for family and friends. When she was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor that according to her doctors “was most likely due to environmental toxins,”Lee knew she wanted to create change by developing trustwor
Well over twenty years ago, Lisa Price started mixing up fragrances, body butters and lotions in her kitchen. Customers at Brooklyn flea markets and craft fairs snapped them up and helped turn this passionate hobby of hers into the beauty empire that is now Carol’s Daughter, a line of prestige haircare, body care and skin care products made with natural ingredients.
A big part of Price’s success might be due go the fact that she listens to what her customers really want, what they’re not satisfied with, what’s going to make them happy and then does her best to deliver on that. When pressed on what she’s working on for 2016 Price wouldn’t spill the beans except to say she’s got “lots of