Stylist to the stars shows leading beauty Web site visitors how to copy their favorite celebrity hairstyles
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — BeautyRiot.com (www.beautyriot.com) announced today that it has joined forces with L.A.-based celebrity hairstylist, Frank Galasso (www.frankstudios.com), to show its visitors how to recreate the hairstyles, haircolor and haircuts of their favorite celebrities. Galasso has already shown hundreds of thousands of BeautyRiot.com visitors how to get Ashlee and Jessica Simpson’s new hairstyles, which are in hot demand at the moment. Other styles include updo’s from this year’s Academy Awards, as well as the ever-popular tresses of Jennifer Aniston.
“BeautyRiot.com is one of the only places on the Web where women can go for quality, timely beauty and hairstyles information,” said BeautyRiot.com president, Kirsten Lambertsen. “We’re incredibly excited that Frank Galasso has become one of our regular celebrity columnists–our visitors are flocking to his content.”
“I’m delighted to provide useful how-to information to BeautyRiot’s legions of users,” says Frank Galasso. “I believe all women deserve to benefit from the newest celebrity hair trends and to learn how to replicate their cutting-edge styles on their own.”
Frank Galasso is already heralded as a top celebrity stylist and colorist, working with everyone from Desperate Housewives’ Felicity Huffman to Sharon and Kelly Osbourne, Kate Capshaw, Eric Bana, Matt LeBlanc, Christian Slater and Claire Daines. Born in Italy and raised in Australia, Frank got his start working with well-known designers, and was proud to head the design team for Gianni Versace’s runway shows in Milan, Italy. His frank.studio in Santa Monica is an industrial, artsy space that focuses on hair, skin, waxing, massage, makeup and manicure/pedicures.
In April 2005, Frank opened frank.studio junior in Brentwood. Geared to the “under 21” set and contemporary in design, the space is a fusion of extreme sports and fashion. frank.studio junior offers haircuts, hair color, thermal hair straightening and styling as well as facials, waxing, manicures and pedicures for girls and boys. A teen dee-jay will spin tunes on Saturdays and Sundays, and junior is available for special events including runway birthday parties for girls, prom parties, mother/daughter and father/son specials. Exclusive services include the “Teen Acne” facial, specifically geared to teens/tweens with acne-prone skin; “Ultimate Rock Star” facial, which includes a junior facial, extractions and mask application, paraffin hand dip, and shoulder arm and foot massage; “Extreme Teen” facial (for 16 years and older), which includes a brow shaping; a Nail Bar featuring manicures, pedicures and a machine that does nail graffiti (daisies, sunsets, palm trees, photos from a digital camera, etc.); and temporary, wash-out hair color dyes in fun colors like pink, red and blue (they wash out in a couple of days).
Galasso’s line of shampoos, conditioners and styling products–named frank.studio “stuff”–focus on color or chemical-treated hair, and have been routinely featured in “Allure,” “Elle.” “Bazaar” and “W” and on Extra! and E! Television. The Red/Daily line, which includes a shampoo, conditioner and volumizer/anti-frizz styling product, is gentle enough for everyday use and scented with fresh green apples.
The Blue/Beach line features a treatment shampoo and conditioner, and innovative styling products that are scented with rich, just-off-the-beach coconut. A super-light styling gel is infused with sand particles and glitter for sexy, shiny hair, and the beach spray adds great texture while maintaining hair’s softness.
Based in San Francisco, CA, BeautyRiot.com is the leading celebrity-focused beauty and hairstyles site on the Web. Featured stars include Jennifer Lopez, Jennifer Aniston, Ashlee Simpson, Jessica Simpson, Beyonce Knowles, Angelina Jolie, Britney Spears, Lisa Rinna, Jessica Alba and many more.
The Web site also provides advice and instruction on how to apply makeup, style hair, and solve beauty problems such as acne or a botched haircut. Visitors can submit their own beauty questions for BeautyRiot’s beauty expert, Celeste, to answer online.
BeautyRiot.com has more than doubled its Web traffic in the last four months and now serves about five million pageviews per month to nearly 500,000 unique visitors. 98% of the site’s vistors are women. The web site is consistently in the top ten beauty sites as measured by Alexa.com, a leading Web site rankings provider (an Amazon.com company).
More information: www.BeautyRiot.com
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