American Salon July 2013 : Page-88

In this American Salon exclusive, hair design takes flight with the help of the Sebastian Professional What’s Next Awards winners. By KELLEy DONAHUE PHOtOgrAPHy By ALBErt SANCHEZ Daniel Lozada and Rachel Carr were still savoring their wins at Sebastian Professional’s What’s Next Awards in April when the duo arrived at Studio 1342 in Los Angeles to collect one of their grand prizes: a photo shoot with American Salon . “It was my life-long goal to have my work published,” Carr says. “I’m thankful I’m getting to accomplish it so early in my career.” To get the hair just right, Lozada, who hails from Beyond Salon in Condado in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Carr, a stylist at Pittsburgh’s Salon Vivace, put their own special spin on Sebastian’s Urban Explorers collection, which showcases metropolitan hot-spots Berlin, San Francisco, São Paulo and Shanghai. “The architectural designs we created combine different textures and shapes,” Lozada says. “They’re every bit as dramatic as the cities of style that they represent.” 88 American Salon July 2013

Globetrotters

Kelley Donahue

GLOBETROTTERS<br /> In this American Salon exclusive, hair design takes flight with the help<br /> of the Sebastian Professional What’s Next Awards winners.<br /> By KELLEY DONAHUE<br /> Photography by ALBERT SANCHEZ<br /> <br /> Daniel Lozada and Rachel Carr were still savoring their wins at Sebastian Professional’s What’s Next<br /> Awards in April when the duo arrived at Studio 1342 in Los Angeles to collect one of their grand<br /> prizes: a photo shoot with American Salon. “It was my life-long goal to have my work published,”<br /> Carr says. “I’m thankful I’m getting to accomplish it so early in my career.” To get the hair just right,<br /> Lozada, who hails from Beyond Salon in Condado in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Carr, a stylist at<br /> Pittsburgh’s Salon Vivace, put their own special spin on Sebastian’s Urban Explorers collection,<br /> which showcases metropolitan hot-spots Berlin, San Francisco, São Paulo and Shanghai. “The<br /> architectural designs we created combine different textures and shapes,” Lozada says. “They’re<br /> every bit as dramatic as the cities of style that they represent.”<br />

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