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Charla Saloane

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Charla Sloane will show you have to maintain your natural hair during any season. Get tips and tricks from Charla and P-Nut on natural hair and how to keep it healthy and beautiful all year long.

Join us Saturday, May 2nd at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum for the Women’s Empowerment Series 2015 from 10am – 7pm with Keynote Iyanla Vanzant and many more. Plus workshops, more seminars, panels shopping and entertainment.

SPECIAL GROUP DISCOUNT: Purchase four or more tickets and receive five dollars off each ticket until April 30th!

Click HERE to purchase your tickets. Also available at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum Box office or call ticketmaster at 800-745-3000.

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Charla Saloane, Industry Professional for over 25 years, Salon Owner for over 20 years, Industry National and International Educator and Platform Artist for over 15 years. Charla has a true passion for The Beauty Industry and is an advocate for professionalism within the industry. Charla believes in order to stay relevant in this industry you must stay current, innovative and motivated to learn. It is Charla’s goal to motivate Cosmetologist to reach and stay at the top of their game by utilizing knowledge, focus, and consistency which is what she used to achieve the many goals set before her. Charla Saloane and Saloane Solutions have something that the industry needs and has been waiting for “The Truth About Healthy Hair Care”. Every Hair show and Beauty Expo in the country will benefit from having The Saloane Solution Curriculum on their agenda. Charla’s motto is” The one thing we can count on in this Industry is change, As a Professional Stylist you must be prepared to change with it.” Charla Saloane

My philosophy is “that hair is about textures and curl patterns. Knowing how to keep every hair type moisturized and strong is the key to transitional hair care. Most heads of hair have multiple textures and dimensional curl patterns they all must be addressed.”

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