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Enrica, Annmarie, and Sasha

Leonardo's Hair Design is pleased to announce that Enrica, Annmarie and Sasha have joined the elite group of professionals known as the American Board of Certified Hair Colorists.  Leonardo's is the ONLY salon on Long Island that has 3 American Board Certified Haircolorists on their staff.  This is quite an accomplishment because so much work goes into becoming Board Certified and the passing rate is only 50%- but all 3 passed the exam with very high scores.

A board certified Haircolorist is the epitome of professionalism.  Haircolorists who take this exam are dedicated to their profession and to their clients.  "We wanted to be Board Certified because today's consumer are savvy and sophisticated, therefore the public demand for excellence is greater than before," said Annmarie, Enrica and Sasha.

In addition Annmarie and Sasha are also certified in the Japanese hair straightening system which has been featured on Oprah, and leading TV News and Fashion magazines including The New York Times.  To be certified, stylists must have met stringent professional requirements as well as study and a full day of hands on training on this ground breaking technique.

James (Leonardo's owner) adds, "education is not just for beginners, it's for anyone who wants to further their knowledge of their profession."  The staff of Leonardo's will continue to bring their education to the next level with the latest technology and trends in hair coloring and styling.

Look for Annmarie's, Enrica's and Sasha's names in future issues of national magazines including Celebrity Hair Style, Short & Sassy, and Bridal Star Hairstyles.

Reader Comments (1)

Congratulations Ladies!!

June 26, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterCheryl Simonante

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