I would like to thank the crew for a wonderful time on July 19, 2010 for the green screen taping of the REAL HAIR TRUTH. Alot of hard work has been done for this documentary. I do believe we have a winner for all to watch. All proceeds from the sales of the Documentary THE REAL HAIR TRUTH will go to professionals who cannot afford Advanced training, Laptops, Instructional Videos, Books, Hd Camera’s, and also Websites. You can purchase the Dvd by pre-ordering on the website THE REAL HAIR TRUTH for the prices of $27.50 per copy. Prices for international sales will also be the same. International sales will be launched October 1, 2010.
Marion Shaw has spent most of her life in the professional beauty industry. Her experience spans salons, schools, manufacturers and distributors with the opportunity to work with many talented and highly successful people throughout North America and Europe. Marion is a highly effective seminar leader in the beauty industry.
Her company is dedicated to providing practical and easy business informational to industry professionals. At all levels in the industry she provides books, video programs, newsletters and audio programs. And also a terrific one on one coaching program.
You will find out her presentations and seminars to be dynamic, humorous and of great value to all those who attend.
Busy Bus Publications was founded in 2004 with the publication of “Waiting For The Busy Bus”, an easy to read guide for the salon industry professional who want to build and keep there clientele. Busy Bus the company is growing in leaps and bounds. The book is use in many beauty schools and colleges both public and government.
The company is adding to its inventory by introducing two new video programs concentrating on the most important part of any clients visit to the salon. THE CONSULTATION!
“All that creativity and technical skill are wasted if you don’t have a client in the chair”.
Claudia Diesti In Documentary
Local Wellington hairstylist Claudia Diesti has made her mark styling runway hair for photographers and fashion designers, and now her experiences will be included in a 2010 documentary about the industry.
Diesti has lived and worked in Wellington for 11 years, and over the past four years has styled runway hair for designers such as Nichole Miller, Zac Posen, Nikki Hilton and Perry Ellis. “I love the fast-paced, intense pressure needed to handle runway work,” Diesti said. “The audience’s perspective is so calm and well planned. Most don’t see the chaos behind the stage, but that’s where you’ll get noticed.”
Diesti’s accomplishments caught the eye of Joseph Kellner, producer of the upcoming documentary The Real Hair Truth. She was asked to speak about her rise from a young girl who came to the United States with nothing, to her passion for advanced education — an education that has taken her across the U.S., to Europe and Asia.
The documentary will show the ups and downs of the industry and includes interviews with Rusk International Educator Phil Stone, YellowStrawberry owner Jesse Briggs and Tampa’s Scott Bentley. All the proceeds will go to scholarships for advanced education, books and tools.