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Hair by: Rob (Toni & Guy Yorkville)

I am going to be completely honest with you, I have not been to a hair salon for almost three years now. For the past few years, I have been my very own hair stylist because of the many bad experiences I've had in the past. But recently, I gave it another shot and had a wonderful experience at Toni & Guy. It is a hair salon located in Yorkville, downtown Toronto. I was taken by surprise of how busy the salon was on a Saturday morning. Rob Pupo was my hair stylist of the day with over 25 years of experience styling and cutting hair. The hair session began with a short hair wash and head massage. I've asked him to give me a hair cut that would help make my chubby cheeks appear smaller and create the illusion of a slimmer face. He talked me through the whole process of how he was going to cut my hair and it helped me understand how the outcome would be. I ended up with a small trim on the front layers and a straight cut at the base of my hair. As for styling, Rob walked me through on a few top hair trends. Ever since then, I have been love how effortless the hair looks on me and how light and flowy it has become. I've been addicted to one of the techniques that Rob had taught me; the simple effortless beachy waves made with the Catwalk Sea Salt spray.

Love,
Chloe Zhang

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