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Hair Color Guru Adrian Wallace - Why We Should Pay Attention To His Hair Color Magic

Adrian Wallace was given the prestigeous nod from Elle Magazine in the Elle Beauty Genius Awards - April 2009 his tone on tone highlights that Elle noted "looked utterly believable and a far cry from the Kool-Aide-streaked strands of his youth."

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Adrian who is part of the very prestigious team at the renowned Rita Hazan Salon in New York City told Elle "most women get highlights way too often."  His answer to overprocessed hair on clients?

"Phyto's famous Phytonectar Oil".  Adrian has his clients "use it overnight for a few weeks."  He points out the next times the overprocessed clients come into the salon after using the Phytonectar "you can see and feel the difference."

Adrian also recommends vegetable dyes like Herbavita.  The color guru believes "its great for clients looking to deepen their color at home."  He does caution to select "one shade lighter" because "they tend to come out darker than they appear."

More About Adrian Wallace - Colorist

According to his profile on the Rita Hazan website Adrian is originally from South Korea, Adrian grew up in New York, developing a passion for hair color at a very young age. His first job was at Oribe, where he met Rita Hazan over 11 years ago and their long-time friendship began.

Adrian is quoted under his profile as saying "I love the freshness of it all, hair color should never be the same all year long. Variety is important, and I create that for all my clients. Hair color and cut should have a symbiotic relationship; one is not complete without the other."

Among his work on celebrities and a slew of editors, Adrian has been featured on Oprah and America's Next Top Model.

For an appointment with the amazing Adrian call the Rita Hazan Salon located at 720 Fifth Avenue - 11th Floor - New York, NY 10019 (Entrance on 56th St. between 5th and 6th Avenues).  Phone 212 586-4343 - Fax 212 586-1922.  Email [email protected]

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