The Colorist

MAY-JUN 2017

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14 The Colorist | MAY/JUNE 2017 | Julien Farel Restore Salon & Spa | NEW YORK CITY Anti-aging treatments and balayage are in demand at this one-stop luxury beauty shop. color trends om coa to coa ! New York City c'e magnifi que OWNER JULIEN FAREL CEO SUELYN FAREL [ EST. 2001 ] PLUS: BROOKLYN, NY ST. GEORGE, UTAH CHICAGO PHOTOGRAPHY: COURTESY OF JULIEN FAREL RESTORE SALON & SPA (2) top op STELLAR SALONS When Julien Farel came to New York City in 1992 to set up a Jacque Dessange hairdressing training school, the French native spoke no English and had only $2,000 to his name. After working tirelessly and saving for several years, Farel opened his fi rst salon in 2001 with just four staff members. Today, the Julien Farel Restore Salon & Spa boasts a staff of more than 120 people, operates seven days a week and sees as many as 1,200 clients per week in an elegant 10,000-square-foot space located inside the Loews Regency New York. Most-requested services include balayage; the De-Frizz Quick treatment; and offerings from the salon's trademarked Power Beauty menu, from Power Highlights to Power Hour options—three services in one hour performed simultaneously. In addition, guests can purchase Julien Farel Anti-Aging Haircare products, which utilize A2B technology to deliver hyaluronic acid and more than 30 bioactive ingredients to the scalp, follicle and hair shaft. "The salon is a one-stop luxury shop that caters to the ultimate New Yorker and international travel set alike in this prime location, embracing a multidisciplinary approach to anti-aging—literally from head to toe," Farel says. retail line JULIEN FAREL ANTI-AGING HAIRCARE color lines L'ORÉAL PROFESSIONNEL WELLA | CLAIROL e only way to succeed in New York City is to work, never give up and keep building your dream," Farel says. "I became an entrepreneur because I have this vision for perfection.

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