Tuesday, 07 February 2012 20:59
The Clarion - It's Styling
Written by Dana Thomas Tuesday, 14 February 2012 15:36
Jheri Redding, an Illinois farm boy who founded four hair care products companies, revolutionized the economics of the hair salon industry and changed the way much larger companies market shampoos, died in 1998 at the age of 91. He had retired from active involvement with the company in 1991. Jheri Redding was the first to make “pH balanced” shampoos that match the mild acidity of human skin, to put vitamins in hair are products and to market added minerals, pitching the supposed benefits of these additives with evangelistic fervor at the conventions of hair salon owners, some of who he helped become millionaires by marketing his products.
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Kate Shapland is a beauty writer for the Telegraph in the UK and I got a kick out of what she wrote for the worst beauty products and trends for 2011. She states: I love creativity in makeup-give me an edgy take on a conventional French manicure with bright dipped tips any day, but magnetic or crackle-finish in drudgey shades of puke colors is a not so cool thing.
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