Thalassotherapy (from the Greek word thalassa, meaning “sea”) is the medical use of seawater as a form of therapy.It is based on the systematic use of seawater, sea products, and shore climate.The properties of seawater are believed to have beneficial effects upon the pores of the skin.
Hotel Baie des Anges by Thalazur Thalasso & Spa
770, Chemin des Moyennes Bréguières
The hotel Baie des Anges Thalazur in Antibes provides charming rooms that are suitable for business and private travellers. In the restaurant with terrace, Mediterranean dishes are served. The wellness area and the outdoor pools invite to spend refreshing and relaxing moments. Furthermore, well-equipped conference rooms and free parking facilities are provided.
“Sometimes we think that following ones footsteps is the right direction, than destiny show you another way”
From architecture to Hair
Moving away from HAIR to the source of inspiration back to Architecture!
“Zest is the secret of all beauty. There is no beauty that is attractive without zest.”
“Happiness is the secret to all beauty. There is no beauty without happiness.”
SASSOON Hair Design
By Elie Saab Collection
SASSOON Interior Architecture
*Stepping into Vidal Sassoon’s home is like stepping ………London Fashion Week, Paris, Milan, Saõ Paulo, Miami, New York Fashion Week ……..All the action from the fashion shows, front rows, backstage and parties.*
I miss that feeling:-(
It’s about time. Someone finally realized the Hairdressing community should have an upgraded title.Just as dressmaker upgraded to Fashion Designer.But, education comes with the upgraded title.Notably not everyone can be called a Fashion Designer. Same goes for hair or should I say Hair Desgners?Finaly……….I have being waiting for this day to come. And here it is. My design Thesis of 2003 I quoted.” The only profession that still has and old title is hairdressing.”Adriana Sassoon
SOJOURN by ELAN SASSOON
Elan Sassoon son of famed Vidal Sassoon is launching his line of hair care….Sojourn by elan s.
Adriana Sassoon & Elan Sassoon
Elan Sassoon is also Owner of Mizu salons in New York and Boston.
Sojourn Monoi Oil:
In other words. Wonder oil. It’s an ultra-light yet deep conditioning treatment specially formulated for chemically treated, dry, frizzy or environmentally damaged hair. This hydrating oil absorbs almost instantly and it doesn’t leave any residue or build up. When you first apply it, you can feel it in the hair. After about 15 minutes you can’t even tell it’s there. Hair feels a lot softer after this product.
Sojourn Texture Molding Paste: This paste has a thicker texture than the taffy, so it enables you to add a little more definition to any cut or style. You can use this product to create soft and loose curls or to stand hair straight up.
Sojourn Leave-in Detangler: it’s good to use for a little extra moisture and for tangle-protection! Comb this product through with a large toothcomb, and know that it can be used alone or before applying products.
Sojourn Sculpting Taffy: I used a small amount on my hair while it was dry (you can use it on wet hair too). It added a little texture/separation to my layers and smells marvelous — like roses! This is an all-in-one sculpting tool that gives extra hold, shine and protection to long, short, or in-between styles. Contains maracuja oil, so it fortifies hair as it styles.
Sojourn Thermal Protection Straightener: I found this is a useful product. I have used it for the past week before I straighten my hair with a flatiron. In any situation, you should apply it BEFORE applying heat on dry hair. I sprayed it on my hair from roots to ends, one section at a time for maximum protection and moisture.
“My Intangible Truth”
Up Close and Personal with Bruno Mascolo
Walking along Davis street in London’s Mayfair. One of the smartest streets in central London in the mid 1970s, I saw a new beauty salon that had been featured in the trade magazine Hairdressers journal: “Toni&Guy”Four brothers Toni, Bruno, Guy and Anthony had been achieving some editorial coverage for their hair photographs. Their original salon was in a south London suburb Balham. Now they were aiming there sights high and the focus was on making a name and reputation for themselves bang in the heart of London’s Davis street, a stones throw from Bond street. You have to dedicate heart and soul mind and body on being a success, you have to give up so much at an early age.
I had already joined Glemby International (now part of the Regis group) whose office was just around the corner in Grosvenor street. My walks through Mayfair were a daily ritual to see the beautiful women coming out of the top hairdressing salons, Martin Douglas, Rene, Raymond, Steiner, Dumas and Vidal Sassoon to name a few.
My next free time I walked into their salon and introduced myself to the brothers and from that time on we have been friends. I have watch them grow in the world of fashion and become world statesmen photographer and product magnates into multi millionaires. Their name is around the globe in hair, their products are advertised in Vogue, Womens Wear Daily Harpers Bazaar internationally. If they sneeze they are written up in the media!
The names of there products range from Toni&Guy BedHead, Catwalk,TIGi, S Factor and makeup are sold around the world. In 2009 tragic news that Guy a talent in hair music writing, brother mentor and friend died suddenly some six weeks after they had sold part of the company to Unilever. Like their father Guy had a huge passion with hair and music, the brothers all mixed with artist musicians editors and grew so close developing their outside talents in the arts’ Guy’s talent and passion about his music art football and still playing in his sixties. His art captured the very essence of subjects and often sold his paintings to raise money for charities. As a talented guitarist he and all the brothers had such artistic talent, maybe one day there works will be in a museum! Elder brother Tony went his own way with his family still in the hair salon business in Europe.
Today Bruno is CEO, Anthony the youngest and Image producer trend setter with hair and photography lives out of Battersea London and part on an air plane traveling the globe. Open almost any fashion magazine and you will always see there advertising on there product lines that stands out alongside L’Oreal, Paul Mitchell, Redken.
To mention the talent of the brothers in one feature is impossible and hope that I can show you the art side of the image maker Anthony Hairdresser and photographer. With offices and homes in London Dallas and LA they travel the world teaching training at hair shows almost weekly, an amazing task even at a young age.
In 2008 I was privilege to be asked to visit Bruno and Guy in Dallas to see the structure, workings of this vast organization and was astounded to see how they had grown since the mid 1970’s. On visiting Bruno’s home I saw his other side – an artist that has given me the insight of this talented man and given me the opportunity to show and tell and to share with readers of The Epoch Times in this EXCLUSIVE interview. Not normally seen in this light. I felt the story had to be told and in Bruno’s words below with his own words “Intangible Truth”.
Colaboration of Harold Leighton,Paintings by Bruno Mascolo,Photographs Harold Leighton for Adriana Sassoon.