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Tools, Tips and Tricks from Andis on YouTube
 
Sturtevant, Wisconsin, USA - If you are looking for a way to learn how to give flawless tapered haircuts using Andis Tools, Ivan Zoots has posted several short YouTube videos to teach you how. In just three minutes you can learn different techniques to use with the great products offered by Andis.
 
Andis backhand clipper cutting video      “There are fourteen videos to choose from under the name clipperguysays. Ivan Zoot is the star of the videos. He is the director of education and training at Andis Company. He demonstrates both cutting tips and techniques and different clipper products.
 
     Zoot does a lot of traveling and during that time has discussed different needs and desires of stylists. He has used the tips that he has picked up on the road to create these detailed videos instructing stylists how to correctly perform different techniques with the Andis products.
 
     Zoot has a long background in the industry as both a hairstylist and cosmetologist. He has managed and owned his own salons, worked as a technical trainer for salons, and as a hair care product manufacturer.
 
(2008/08/01)
 


Kristin Kreuk Cut Her Hair Short!
 
Hollywood, California, USA - Another celebrity decided to cut her hair short! After Rihanna, Katie Holmes and Eva Longoria it's Kristin Kreuk's turn to chop her long hair off! Who will be next?
 
      Her comments on the short haircut in her blog sound like a commercial for short hair: "It feels really different. My head feels different. Washing my hair this morning was by far the strangest experience I have had in a while… Like, there is no hair there. And there was before. And now there isn’t. Really weird. And yoga was fun with no hair. And I can feel the wind rush through, and the sun hit the nape of my neck, and my head feels LIGHT. I am experiencing the world in a new way. Really that is how I feel about this new phase in my life."
 
(2008/08/01)
 


Revolutionary NEW Re:nu AGE DEFY System Treats the Signs of Aging Hair
 
Los Angeles, California, USA - With the growing number of baby boomers who have money to spend and the desire to keep their youthful looks, the new niche in the hair care market is definitely for the aging. Up until recently, the focus has always been on skin care and anti-aging products, but now the focus is shifting to the hair as well.
 
     As we age, our hair loses density, shine, strength, manageability, and vibrancy. Of course, we also start seeing more and more gray hairs. The experts in hair care, Joico and the experts in skin care, Shiseido, have joined together to create a new and different hair care system for aging individuals. The great new formula is designed to stop hair from feeling and acting its age.
 
     Recent studies of the product have shown that people that use Re:nu AGE DEFY will see a slower growth of gray hairs, smoother and more manageable hair, moisture loss protection, environmental stresses protection, increased strength, and extreme scalp nourishment.
 
     The serum in Re:nu actually reverses the process of graying and leaves hair feeling and looking healthier with a couple of weeks. After using the product for six months, users have seen the number of gray hairs reduced and their hair returning to the more natural color.
 
     This great new revolutionary product will help keep your hair shiny and young, allowing you to look as good on the outside as you feel on the inside.
 
(2008/08/01)
 


Biolage Introduces “Green” Campaign to Benefit Refuge
 
Sanibel Island, Florida, USA - Biolage, the well-known professional hair care products company has teamed up with local Sanibel Island salons and conservation organizations to benefit the “Ding” Darling Wildlife Society to sponsor a contest that raises awareness of environmental issues and raise money to help the society with their goals.
 
     The contest is meant to last for approximately two months and ends on August 13th. While the contest lasts, four local salons are competing to collect Biolage’s recyclable hair care bottle. The contest is aptly named the Biolage Bottle Back program and the winner will be accorded the title of Biolage Select GRE.E.E.N Salon of the Year.
 
     The spelling of “GRE.E.E.N” in this instance has significance: The three E’s represent the goals of the contest. “Encourage others; embrace their role, and empower the community in daily recycling habits and environmental responsibility”.
 
     The competition is being organized by Jack Karkis, a distributor sales consultant with Ace Beauty Company. It is his job to collect, count and recycle all of the hair care containers returned to the salons. “It’s been fantastic,” Karkis said of the competition between the salons. “It’s a nice, friendly competition that has developed between these salons, and each week I go in there they ask me how the other guy is doing.”
 
     Current estimates on the results are that the Wildlife Society will receive about $7000 (U.S. dollars) from the campaign, which will go toward funding the society’s projects and conservation efforts. In addition, the salons participating in the contest have also volunteered to assist in the removal of exotic plant species on the refuge’s Shell Mound Trail.
 
     Biolage is a part of MATRIX, a professional hair care and hair color company, in the United States that is part of L’Oreal’s USA’s Professional Products Division. The participating salons have been the company’s partners since 1987. The Conservation Fund on Sanibel works to create partnerships across the U.S. that will help them raise awareness to conserve the country’s natural resources such as land and water.
 
(2008/08/01)
 


Fairness Cream Causes Skin Diseases Among Pakistani
 
Lahore, Pakistan - PResearch has indicated that young people in Lahore, Pakistan have become obsessed with using fairness creams – creams with chemicals to lighten the pigment of the skin – much to the detriment of their skin and their overall health. Reports from renowned cosmetic stores say that eighty percent of the customers of the store demanded fairness creams and the demand was particularly high among girls. However, many shop owners are noting that men as well as women are obsession over becoming fair.
 
     This obsession is taking a toll on the health of the users. Experts are reporting that some 40 percent of the users of such creams were suffering from various skin abnormalities like facial hair growth, acne, skin thinning, rashes, discoloration eczema and contact dermatitis.
 
     A research report by Professor Allen of Harvard Medical School said, “Counter skin whitening creams contain mercury based formulas. These are harmful and cause kidney damage. They may also lead to psychiatric disorders.” It said that Hydro-quinine has been used in skin lightening creams for years. But now it has been banned in Japan and Europe. The Dermatological Therapy journal states that Hydro-quinine has become controversial because of being toxic.
 
     Dr. Tahir Kamal, dermatologist, has said that most cheap fairness creams contain bleaching agents. “About 30 to 40 percent of my patients want to have a fairer complexion. It is now possible through skin peeling, microdermabrasion and laser skin rejuvenation, but even these treatments take a minimum of three months.” He further explained that many people are looking for more rapid results, and that the problem is only getting worse.
 
     According to Kamal, whenever a product has been banned in other countries, pharmaceutical companies in Pakistan have imported its raw material and made the product in country. Often these products carry no ingredient information or expiration dates on the products.
 
(2008/08/01)
 


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