108 Skokie Blvd. Wilmette, IL 60091 • 847.920.9500

COVID 19 UPDATES

COVID-19 UPDATE

 Update (October 1st, 2020)

 

Dear Salon Fusion Guests,

The Salon Fusion team would like to make you aware of our new safety measures. As our guests’ and employees’ safety continues to be our number one priority, we ask that you continue to wear a face mask that secures behind your ears. We kindly ask that you wait by the front door and a receptionist will let you in as soon as they are free to do so (there is no need to call the salon upon arrival). We will continue to sanitize your hands, take your temperature and as always wipe down each station/shampoo bowl before you sit down. Realizing it’s sweater weather and to ensure there is no crowding around the coat room, our receptionists will take your sweater/coat and hang it for you. Please feel free to browse for your favorite products but try to refrain from touching the products that you don’t intend to buy. Our waiting area will be open, allowing 2 guests to sit on the couch and 1 guest per bench throughout the salon. Small purses will be allowed but please refrain from bringing backpacks or any unnecessary large items. Face Shield will be provided to you upon request during your shampoo service. Thank you for your understanding as we go through these unprecedented times together.

 

For the complete list of guidelines, please read below:

 

Sincerely,

Giuseppe, Dmitriy and the Salon Fusion Team.

 

 

 

 

Phase 4  Update (June 24th, 2020)

 

Dear Salon Fusion Guests,

We are excited to announce that The State of Illinois is moving on to Phase 4, and we will be extending the services that we currently offer.With the new guidelines (as of Friday, June 26th), we will be able to shampoo, blow-dry and offer keratin treatments, along with complimentary bang trims.Please continue to call us once you have arrived for your appointment to allow you in the salon as the doors will be locked.
Our guests and employees’ safety is our biggest priority, so please continue to wear a face mask that secures behind the ears, and limit personal belongings to essentials, such as phone, keys and wallet. We continue to ask that you practice safe social distancing once you have entered the salon.

We thank you for your continued patience and support during this time.

For the complete list of guidelines, please read below:

 

 

 

 

Dear Salon Fusion Guests,

We are excited to announce that we will be reopening our doors on Friday, May 29th, and cannot wait to see you. In preparation for our return, we will be using EPA approved products, and our staff will undergo one on one training to ensure the safety of our guests and staff. These changes will remain in effect until the CDC deems it safe to relax such protocols. We wanted to give you an idea of what to expect!

At Salon Fusion Hair|Body|Mind, we have always followed the strictest sanitation and sterilization guidelines, however we will be making additional changes to enhance our guests and team’s safety upon return. Therefore, at the beginning and end of each day, we will be spraying and sanitizing the salon with a Microban 24hr spray that continues disinfecting the surfaces even after multiple touches. Before sitting at a station, your artist will disinfect the area in front of you, along with their tools. Our staff has completed two certificates from Barbicide, the industry’s leading company since 1949 for practicing infection control, along with cleaning and disinfecting salon and day spa as directed by the state of Illinois. These certificates include Barbicide’s proper sanitation and disinfection of the new practices and procedures with the current highest industry standards along with COVID-19 certification. Lastly, we are following all AIHA guidelines for hair salons and day spas to ensure our employees’ safety and yours. Face shields will be worn only at the guest’s or artist’s request.

We will continue curbside pickup for products and gift certificates, should you need them.

Screening

  • When calling to confirm your appointments, we will be asking the following questions:
    • Have you traveled in the last 14 days?
    • Have you had a temperature over 99* in the last 14 days?
    • Do you have a cough, or generally not feeling well?
    • Have you or anyone you live with been quarantined due to COVID-19 in the last two weeks?
    • If you have answered yes to ANY of these we will reschedule your existing appointment to a later date. 
    • You must be willing to sign a terms and conditions agreement acknowledging these are our new safety measures.

Safety Measures and Procedures when you arrive

  • Our door will be locked, and you will need to text us when you have arrived.
  • Only guests that have an appointment will be allowed into the salon.
  • If your child is getting a haircut, you will be asked to wait outside.
  • Upon entering, each guest as well as employees, will be required to wear a face mask before entering our salon. We will be taking the temperatures of employees and guests upon entering into the salon. All guests and employees will be required to sanitize hands after temperatures are taken, which will be provided by Salon Fusion. Employees will be sanitizing their hands before and after servicing each guest. Each artist’s station will be wiped clean with an EPA disinfectant before your service. The entire salon will be wiped throughout the day. Hand sanitizers will be available for use at the front desk and throughout the salon.
  • Face masks should secure behind the ears and cover the nose and mouth, to allow staff to properly cut/color their hair. Masks will be worn for the entirety time of your visit to the salon, and will be held during your shampoo service. We will also be providing a sanitized face shield for face coverage during your shampoo service which will be ONLY after a color service. You will not receive a shampoo service prior to a haircut, so please come in with your hair already washed. (You may arrive with clean dry or damp hair)
  • All capes will be freshly washed and dried on high heat (we will not reuse capes)
  • All Shampoo bowls will be sanitized in front of every guest before seated.
    • Due to the increased heat from wearing face masks the AC will be lowered, so we ask that you dress accordingly as the salon will be colder. As much as we want to catch up, we ask that all conversations be limited to consultations only. Our staff appreciates your consideration in their comfort.
    • Should you forget to bring a face mask we will provide one for you at the cost of $2 If you decline to purchase one and do not have your own we will not be able to service you as our number one goal is to keep you and our staff safe.
    • Please practice safe social distancing in all areas of the salon. Our products will be available for you to purchase, however, we ask that in these open product areas, you continue to practice social distancing, and ask a member of the front desk to get you the desired product.
    • All product sold between as of March 1st, 2020 through July 31st, 2020 will be non-refundable. We will not be offering any returns and exchanges during this time, due to contamination.
    • Please limit personal belongings upon entrance into the salon. Keys, credit cards, small wallet, phone/tablet/laptop are welcome. We ask that you leave large bags and purses at home or in your car during your services. Our staff is also following this policy, they are only allowed to bring into the salon what is necessary for their work day.
    • We may be asking you to wait in your car until your artist is available. To stay compliant with capacity guidelines, anyone aside from clients here for a service will not be permitted entry into the salon. The front desk is only for checking in and checking out. All scheduling will be done via phone call.
    •  We will also be giving each guest an individually wrapped and sanitized Salon Fusion pen for you to use.  After you are done using the pen, you may leave it in the recycle bin or you may keep it.
    • Please refrain from bringing staff any food, treats or gifts. We are grateful for you to be thinking of us, however, we are asking that both staff and guests refrain from any shared items, including food, snacks, and beverages. During this time, we will not be offering any refreshments.
    • We know it is unprecedented, but we ask if possible to please refrain from using the restroom unless you absolutely have to. EPA approved cleaning supplies will be available for you to sanitize the area yourself.
    • We will not be providing any magazines or reading materials for guests. Please do not bring any magazines or books from home as well. Kindles, tablets and phones for reading materials are welcome, as they can be properly disinfected and stored in your lap during your visit.
    • There are a few other advantages that most salons do not have the luxury, of which are:
  • All stations are 6 feet apart
  • High ceilings along with an exhaust fan that is always ON
  • Open floor plan, so no clutter or close guest’s contact.
  • Humidity level at 40%-60%.

Service and Pricing Changes

  • During our first phase of reopening, we will not be offering any blow dry services or keratin treatments.
  • To accommodate for the amount of guest outgrowth, there will be an extra color charge to our Single Process color, depending on the amount of hair. This change will reflect the increased amount of color product that our staff will need to use due to the increased length of time in-between services.
  • There will be no hairline services provided to our guests at this time, as it’s been too long in between services.
  • We will not be trimming/coloring beards/mustaches at this time.
  • We will be scheduling additional 15min per color service
  • Guests please allow additional 30min per visit.
  • During this time, we will only be offering the Kerastase Fusio Dose Instant Treatments, with no massage included. Our pricing will remain the same at $25 per treatment.

Any guest that does not call to cancel an appointment will be charged the full amount of service. Reminder emails will continue to be sent two days prior to service and confirmation phone calls will be made one day prior to service.

We are excited to deliver the Salon Fusion Hair|Body|Mind quality services that we always have, while providing the safest, most efficient environment possible to both our guests and employees. We thank you for your cooperation in following these guidelines to keep everyone safe and healthy and are looking forward to seeing you soon!

 

Sincerely,

Giuseppe, Dmitriy and the Salon Fusion Team.

 

 

 

 

 


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A:
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Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
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Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
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Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
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Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
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Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
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A: 
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A: 
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Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: Being able to live comfortable and travel a few times a year

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
Time travel – to be able visit the future and the past

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
My parents & my Aunt

Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
I do not have a favorite designer

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
My sense of humor

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
I have a necklace that was passed down to me from my late uncle 

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
Success takes you where character cannot sustain you.

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
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Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A:
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Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
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Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
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Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
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Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
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Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
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Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
“Do something today that your future self will thank you for.”

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
Sense of humor & honesty 

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Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: 
To be with my husband and family

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
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Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
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Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
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Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
Light and gentle touch

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
My husband

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
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Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
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QWhat is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: 
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Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
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A:
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Q: Who is your favorite designer?

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A:
 Customer service

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A: 
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Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
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Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A:
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Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?

A: Having a happy and healthy family

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
To be invisible

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
My Grandparents

Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
Tom Ford

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
Being positive

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A: 
My son and my cousin’s dog tags from the Marines

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
“Do you want to be right or do you want to be happy?”

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
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Claudia’s Proust Questionnaire

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Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: 
Being content mo matter where I am in life

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
Being invisible

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
Jesus is my king!

Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
Chanel

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
I am a chameleon – I can get along with everyone

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
My kids

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
“Live life to the absolute fullest!”

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
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Samantha’s Proust Questionnaire

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Samantha - Apprentice (Colorist)
Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: 
Stress-free life

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
Teleportation

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
My mom

Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
Chanel

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
Getting along with everyone

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
My diamond earrings

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
“Treat others how you want to be treated”

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
Generosity, kind and silly

 

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Coco’s Proust Questionnaire

What is the Proust Questionnaire?

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Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: 
Staying present = perfect happiness

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
Perseverance  & Resiliency

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
Mother Teresa

Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
Vivian Westwood and Mary Katrantzou

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
Passionate

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
My kiddos

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
“You only fail when you stop trying”

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
Honesty. “Everything you have ever wanted is on the other side of fear.” 

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Lola’s Proust Questionnaire

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Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: To be able to find a positive in a negative situation, health

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
To be invisible

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
My grandpa

Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
Betsy Johnson

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
I make people laugh

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
My heart, sense of humor and my dog

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
“Everything happens for a reason.”

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
Positivity

 

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Meet Nicole

Since its inception, the Proust Questionnaire — an unscientific but nonetheless illuminating personality test created in the salons of nineteenth-century Paris — has shed light on the character traits and quirks of the many men and women who have completed it. Named after the most famous early figure to fill out the questionnaire, Marcel Proust, a similar version of the one he took now lives on the back page of Vanity Fair each month, providing a look into the minds of well-known writers, actors, politicians and other public figures.

Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: 
Good health, family, friends, stress-free lifestyle

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
Read people’s minds

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
Family

Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
Michael Kors

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
Make-up

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
My cosmetics

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
“Achieve your goals. Everything Happens for a reason. Never give up.”

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
Respect

 

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Meet Leah

 

Since its inception, the Proust Questionnaire — an unscientific but nonetheless illuminating personality test created in the salons of nineteenth-century Paris — has shed light on the character traits and quirks of the many men and women who have completed it. Named after the most famous early figure to fill out the questionnaire, Marcel Proust, a similar version of the one he took now lives on the back page of Vanity Fair each month, providing a look into the minds of well-known writers, actors, politicians and other public figures.

Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: 
Unlimited budget at Whole Foods and Target

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
To rescue people – save the world

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
My mom

Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
Tom Ford and Goulia Lahor for wedding designs

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
Honesty – I can’t tell a lie if my life depended on it

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
My ability to soothe others, my smile

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
“Eventually all the pieces fall into place. Until then, laugh at the confusion, live for the moment and everything happens for a reason.”

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
Honesty

 

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Meet Joylyn

Coco’s Proust Questionnaire

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joylyn - Apprentice (stylist)

Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: 
Waking up every morning loving yourself

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
The ability to read minds, so I am always in tune with people

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
My mother

Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
Vera Wang

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
My personality and humor, I love making people laugh

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
My great, great Grandmother’s ring

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
“If you believe, you can achieve.”

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
Character and personality

 

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Meet Lissette

Lisette’s Proust Questionnaire

What is the Proust Questionnaire?

Since its inception, the Proust Questionnaire — an unscientific but nonetheless illuminating personality test created in the salons of nineteenth-century Paris — has shed light on the character traits and quirks of the many men and women who have completed it. Named after the most famous early figure to fill out the questionnaire, Marcel Proust, a similar version of the one he took now lives on the back page of Vanity Fair each month, providing a look into the minds of well-known writers, actors, politicians and other public figures.


Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?

A: Success, love, tranquility and family

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
To be able to fly

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
My parents

Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
Oscar De La Renta

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
Funny

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
My high school diploma (long story)

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
Law of attraction. “You attract what you are”

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
Sense of humor

 

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Meet Jennifer

Jennifer’s Proust Questionnaire

What is the Proust Questionnaire?

Since its inception, the Proust Questionnaire — an unscientific but nonetheless illuminating personality test created in the salons of nineteenth-century Paris — has shed light on the character traits and quirks of the many men and women who have completed it. Named after the most famous early figure to fill out the questionnaire, Marcel Proust, a similar version of the one he took now lives on the back page of Vanity Fair each month, providing a look into the minds of well-known writers, actors, politicians and other public figures.



Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: 
To have a healthy family, including myself

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
To fly

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
My mom & dad. I feel that they have accomplished a lot to get where they are today. I am very proud to have them as my parents

Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
I don’t really have one

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
Sweet

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
To achieve my goals – to crete an amazing career in the beauty industry

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
What you give, you get.

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
Respectful

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Meet Giuseppe

Giuseppe’s Proust Questionnaire

What is the Proust Questionnaire?

Since its inception, the Proust Questionnaire — an unscientific but nonetheless illuminating personality test created in the salons of nineteenth-century Paris — has shed light on the character traits and quirks of the many men and women who have completed it. Named after the most famous early figure to fill out the questionnaire, Marcel Proust, a similar version of the one he took now lives on the back page of Vanity Fair each month, providing a look into the minds of well-known writers, actors, politicians and other public figures.


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Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: 
A good glass of wine in front of a nice fireplace with my soulmate while traveling

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: 
The ability to fly

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
My heros are my parents, who came to a foreign country unable to read or write, but able to raise four children. As far as heres themselves, the people who risk their lives on a daily basis to protect others

Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
Giorgio Armani; Classic, Contemporary, and always Stylish.”Elegance is not about being notice, it’s about being remembered.” – Giorgio Armani

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
I would have to say what others see in me

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
My family and my parents being first on that list

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
“Un uomo che non mantiene la sua parola non e un uomo” (A man who doesn’t keep his word is not a man)

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
Integrity

 

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Meet Olga

Olga’s Proust Questionnaire

What is the Proust Questionnaire?

Since its inception, the Proust Questionnaire — an unscientific but nonetheless illuminating personality test created in the salons of nineteenth-century Paris — has shed light on the character traits and quirks of the many men and women who have completed it. Named after the most famous early figure to fill out the questionnaire, Marcel Proust, a similar version of the one he took now lives on the back page of Vanity Fair each month, providing a look into the minds of well-known writers, actors, politicians and other public figures.


Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: Health is my happiness

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: Healing ability

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: I don’t have one. I believe that people that help others in need are heros.

Who is your favorite designer?
A: I have many favorites: Tom Ford, Victoria Beckham, Chanel, Marc Jacobs, Alice & Olivia

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: Positive energy… I always am looking for the positive in people

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: My Children

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: “Everything happens for a reason, people come and go from you life.. There is a reason for that!”

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
Honesty and trust

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Meet Dmitriy

Dmitriy’s Proust Questionnaire

What is the Proust Questionnaire?

Since its inception, the Proust Questionnaire — an unscientific but nonetheless illuminating personality test created in the salons of nineteenth-century Paris — has shed light on the character traits and quirks of the many men and women who have completed it. Named after the most famous early figure to fill out the questionnaire, Marcel Proust, a similar version of the one he took now lives on the back page of Vanity Fair each month, providing a look into the minds of well-known writers, actors, politicians and other public figures.


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Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: 
To be with a soulmate

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: The joker, because he is witty and clever…always with a smile

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
My parents and grandparent

Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
Chanel & Armani

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
Artist & funny

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
My kids & Family

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
Never give up

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
Honesty

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Meet Dylan

Dylan’s Proust Questionnaire

What is the Proust Questionnaire?

Since its inception, the Proust Questionnaire — an unscientific but nonetheless illuminating personality test created in the salons of nineteenth-century Paris — has shed light on the character traits and quirks of the many men and women who have completed it. Named after the most famous early figure to fill out the questionnaire, Marcel Proust, a similar version of the one he took now lives on the back page of Vanity Fair each month, providing a look into the minds of well-known writers, actors, politicians and other public figures.


Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: To be at peace with all aspects of my life…and an American Express Black card

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: Shape shifter

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: 
My mother & Lady Gaga

Q: Who is your favorite designer?
A: 
Every designer in Barneys, but if I had to choose one, it would be Alexander McQueen

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: 
Staying fashion forward, and GREAT hair!

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: 
A ring I purchased before starting beauty school – it signifies celebrating your passions in life!

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: 
Sometimes you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
When people know how to have fun in life & positive people 

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Meet Michelle

Michelle’s Proust Questionnaire

What is the Proust Questionnaire?

Since its inception, the Proust Questionnaire — an unscientific but nonetheless illuminating personality test created in the salons of nineteenth-century Paris — has shed light on the character traits and quirks of the many men and women who have completed it. Named after the most famous early figure to fill out the questionnaire, Marcel Proust, a similar version of the one he took now lives on the back page of Vanity Fair each month, providing a look into the minds of well-known writers, actors, politicians and other public figures.


Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: Sitting under the sun on the beach in Mexico

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: Telepathic

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: Jason Robertson

Who is your favorite designer?
A: Anne Klien

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: Altruistic

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: My hands

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: “Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path & leave a trail.”

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
Being genuine

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Meet Majka

Majka’s Proust Questionnaire

What is the Proust Questionnaire?

Since its inception, the Proust Questionnaire — an unscientific but nonetheless illuminating personality test created in the salons of nineteenth-century Paris — has shed light on the character traits and quirks of the many men and women who have completed it. Named after the most famous early figure to fill out the questionnaire, Marcel Proust, a similar version of the one he took now lives on the back page of Vanity Fair each month, providing a look into the minds of well-known writers, actors, politicians and other public figures.


Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: Being with family

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: Faster than the speed of light

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: My father

Who is your favorite designer?
A: Michael Kors

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: Calm

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: My Family

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: Be kind

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A: 
Honesty

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Meet Irina

Irina’s Proust Questionnaire

What is the Proust Questionnaire?

Since its inception, the Proust Questionnaire — an unscientific but nonetheless illuminating personality test created in the salons of nineteenth-century Paris — has shed light on the character traits and quirks of the many men and women who have completed it. Named after the most famous early figure to fill out the questionnaire, Marcel Proust, a similar version of the one he took now lives on the back page of Vanity Fair each month, providing a look into the minds of well-known writers, actors, politicians and other public figures.


Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: Live a positive life and to work to make my dreams come true

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: Strong and powerful, like “Wonder Woman”

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: My Father is my favorite person – he inspires me in everything I do!

Who is your favorite designer?
A: I don’t have one – I am original!

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: Very dedicated

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: My life is my most treasured possession, it’s a gift from my mom and nature

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: My motto in life changes daily… I don’t want to entrap myself in one statement. My goals in life change as I develop

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A:
Genuine, open minded & full of positivity

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Meet Joanna

Joanna’s Proust Questionnaire

What is the Proust Questionnaire?

Since its inception, the Proust Questionnaire — an unscientific but nonetheless illuminating personality test created in the salons of nineteenth-century Paris — has shed light on the character traits and quirks of the many men and women who have completed it. Named after the most famous early figure to fill out the questionnaire, Marcel Proust, a similar version of the one he took now lives on the back page of Vanity Fair each month, providing a look into the minds of well-known writers, actors, politicians and other public figures.


Q: What is your idea of perfect happiness?
A: My idea of perfect happiness is making other people happy and having the satisfaction of knowing I’ve done something for others instead of just myself 

Q: What superhero quality would you like to have?
A: I would like to teleport anywhere 

Q: Who are your heroes in real life?
A: My mother, she came to this country on her own and has gone through many struggles. She’s is the most motivated and hardest working person I know

Who is your favorite designer?
A: My favorite designer is Rebecca Taylor

Q: What is your marked characteristic?
A: I’m known to always be calm and collected, even in some serious situations I always manage to stay calm and cool

Q: What is your most treasured possession?
A: My tea cup chihuahua, she’s like my baby

Q: What is your favorite motto?
A: “Never say never”

Q: What is the quality you most like in a person?
A:
Their ability to be accepting of others perception on things they don’t understand. I like when people are open minded

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Giuseppe's Biography

 

With 21 years of experience in the hair industry, Giuseppe started his passion for styling hair at the age of 18 at a salon located in downtown Chicago. He later moved to the North Shore where he has been working for over 16 years. For over 10 of those years he worked at Mario Tricoci Hair Salon and Day Spa in Old Orchard as their Creative Director. He has trained in LA, New York, Miami, Canada, London, and Italy at various institutions such as Vidal Sassoon, Toni & Guy, Rusk, Bumble and Bumble, Redken, and with Nick Arrojo, from “What Not To Wear”. In addition, Giuseppe is a certified Bumble and Bumble Network Educator, a certified Great Lengths Hair Extension Specialist, a certified Brazilian Keratin Treatment Specialist, and is certified with Mizani Relaxers. He also specializes in Thermal Straightening and So Cap Extensions.

Giuseppe has participated in several makeover shows on television, such as Jenny Jones and the Oprah Winfrey Show. His work has been published in North Shore Magazine, In-Style Magazine and the Chicago Tribune. He has also been featured in Chicago Health and Beauty on their “Make Over of the Month.” He is currently the only stylist in Wilmette that is featured on NaturallyCurly.com. With his passion growing in the industry, Giuseppe continues to work onstage at fashion shows, and with models in front of the cameras; utilizing the latest techniques and show casing the latest trends. In his last photo shoot, he took 1st place in the “Rising Star Hair and Photo Competition.” If it’s one thing Giuseppe is known for, it’s making sure that the style works for you, and that you can work with your style.

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Dmitriy's Biography

 

Dmitriy has built his reputation on the belief: “do not mass produce the haircuts but tailor the cut to an individual’s look and for their unique features.” Dmitriy started his career with Mario Tricoci Hair Salon and Day Spa in 1995. During his 10-year tenure with Mario Tricoci, he has participated in extensive training in cutting and styling hair. He has also dedicated 7 years in educating new stylists.

Dmitriy attended international educational seminars, as well as hands-on cutting courses with Vidal Sassoon in Toronto, Canada, and London, England. While in London, he attended London’s Fashion Week. He has participated in numerous TV makeover shows, such as Jenny Jones. Dmitriy was involved in various hair competitions and took 1st place in the 2003 “Rising Star Hair and Photo Competition”. In 2007 Dmitriy attended a hands-on class in New York, on Advanced Razor Cutting with Nick Arrojo of “What Not To Wear”. In January 2010, he attended The Summit Course, sponsored by Redken. Dmitriy continues training with Bumble and Bumble and his most recent class on Razor Cutting was in New York in April 2010. Dmitriy also specializes in human hair extensions by Great Lengths and Keratin Hair Treatments.

In the last 6 and a half years, Salon Fusion has grown and Dmitriy continues to educate new members of the Salon Fusion team, as he believes continuing education is key to success.

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