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The Colorist - July/August, 2012

In this issue: 

Learn more so you can earn more at one of these six advanced training academies »
Training Days

Marie Ferro works her makeover magic from the inside out. »
More Than Skin Deep

Intercoiffure’s latest collection takes hair color from one extreme to the other. »
Pop Art

New products with active ingredients and UV protection to keep hair color looking good all summer. »
Not Fade Away

In the Swim: Protecting hair color from the damaging effects of chlorine and salt water. »
Upfront

What’s New, What’s Hot, What works: Up-and-coming young colorist Marissa Marino, Marco Pelusi’s beautiful brunettes on DVD, super-pink champagne blondes for summer. »
Tip Sheet

Quick Change Artist: Cherry Petenbrink on color chameleon Rihanna. »
Copy That

Service Station: Salon 828 takes customer service to a whole new level. »
Top Shop

Working Girl: Gina Khan is one of the hardest working colorists in the industry.&npsp;»
Icons

The Great Escape: Goldwell’s John Simpson unwinds at his renovated ranch house in Pittsburgh. »
My Space

How To’s: Joico’s Sue Pemberton on our cover look from the Atlas Collection »
Step by Step

New Products: Ultra blonde shades from Matrix, colorful bowls from Product Club, a restructuring mask from Oligo Professional and more »
Shelf Life

Industry News: Oribe Hair Care’s Spring 2012 Atelier in New York City, Redken invites you to create your own color class, Matrix’s Nick Stenson becomes JCPenney’s first artistic director. »
Newsfeed

The Artist’s Way: Brad Johns and Sharron Dorram talk about their art. »
Point of View

Creative Collaborators: Twenty years ago, Oribe and his color director Brad Johns made beautiful music together. »
Backstory