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Adrenaline: Rush, Jump, Flash & Speed reflect style in today's fast-paced world

Introduction

Chicago - "The forward-moving, fast-paced world we exist in can only be summed up in the excitement and natural strength found in adrenaline, " says Anthony Cristiano, creative director for Mario Tricoci/Elizabeth Arden Day Spas. (All photos copyright Mario Tricoci/Elizabeth Arden Day Spas - all rights reserved).

Strong shapes created by asymmetrical and offset partings create the four distinct haircuts - Rush, Jump, Flash and Speed - found in this collection of edgy style and bold color, which capture every facet of energy.

In an ever-changing world, versatility, movement, speed and light are the keys. More than 25 Mario Tricoci Hair Salons & Day Spas & Tricoci Too Makeover Centers are located throughout the Midwestern United States. For one near you, call 1-800-TRICOCI.

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Credits:

Hair/Styles: Anthony Cristiano, creative director, Mario Tricoci/Elizabeth Arden Day Spas, John Gialluisi, educational director, Mario Tricoci/Elizabeth Arden Day Spas, Lance Lowe, creative director, Elizabeth Arden Day Spas.

Color: Dan Johnson, color director, Mario Tricoci/Elizabeth Arden Day Spas, Coco Coconate, technical color director, Mario Tricoci Day Spas

Makeup: Cose Cosmetics

Photography: Steven Scott Gross

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