Tuesday, August 7, 2007

Davines/Tim Hartley a night at the barber lounge

Tim Hartley now with Davines after a 30 year career with Vidal Sassoon, came to the Barber Lounge to show his latest collection.

When I was working at the Barber Lounge I had a last minute opportunity to work hands on with Tim Hartley.

I have to say I was excited to find out that the make-up artist cancelled at the last minute. When I was asked if I’d jump in. Through creative direction from Tim, I was hard at work getting the models ready for the event.

The night was a packed room filled with hairstylists from all over the Bay Area. New to the San Francisco salon scene, the night gave me an opportunity to meet other stylists from the area.

It was a pleasure to assist and to work with one of the world’s greatest hairdressers.

Thanks, Tim!


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