Noelle Spinosa

Noelle Spinosa

Noelle Spinosa has been hair stylist for over 25 years. She has been featured on television in Chronicle Magazine, Channel 7 News and the WB morning Show. Noelle has also been highlighted in both the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald for her in depth knowledge of hair extensions.

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Oct 24, 2019 8:43:19 PM

90 day fiancé Darcey's hair

Show Notes from Hair Matters Podcast 90 Day Fiance & Realty TV Clients  

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Oct 10, 2019 7:09:04 PM

Bridal Makeup Artist From Boston

Show Notes from Hair Matters Podcast featuring Ligia Centeno one of Boston's Best Bridal Make Up Artist's.  Ligia has worked on many popular client's, she was commissioned to work on the popular Lifetime Series "Married at First Sight."

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Oct 3, 2019 7:34:36 PM

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Show Notes From Our Hair Matters Podcast, listen on Itunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Pandora, Iheart Radio or any podcast platform.

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Sep 24, 2019 5:59:44 PM

hand tied beaded weft hair extensions

We have been working with hand tied beaded wefts for years, they work beautifully on all hair textures.  the concept is similar to a sew in weave, without tension,  with the ability to reuse the hair.  There are 2 major factors (1) proper application (2) purchasing the best quality hair for reuse.  I prefer to use hand tied wefts vs. machine sewn track since you will get a lot more hair and the hair is thick from roots to ends!

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Sep 19, 2019 7:52:41 PM

hair loss after child birth

Show Notes From Our Hair Matters Podcast found on Itunes Stitcher,  Iheart Radio, Spotify or your favorite podcast platform.  Click Here to Listen on Itunes

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Sep 16, 2019 7:36:06 AM

psychic predictions for 2020

Show Notes from our Hair Matters Podcast 

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Sep 4, 2019 7:36:56 PM

confessions of a playboy model


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Aug 29, 2019 7:55:37 PM

l'oreal professional educator Eric James Advice

L’Oreal Professional Educator Eric James Advice

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Aug 21, 2019 5:48:54 PM

beauty parlor stroke syndrome should you be concerned

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Beauty Parlor Stroke Syndrome Should You Be concerned

There is a rare but very real phenomenon called Beauty Parlor Stroke Syndrome

I want to Thank Sue Murphy from bringing this to my attention and now we are adjusting our shampoos for all clients whether they have a pre-existing condition or not!

There have been cases where people have experienced a stroke after getting a shampoo at the beauty salon! A woman had a shampoo at her local salon and 2 weeks later she experienced numbness and then had a full blown stroke!

How does this happen?

It is from hyper extending the neck in the salon sink! We want to wash hair thoroughly especially after a color service! But it is essential not to allow the client to hyper extend their neck because it causes pressure on the veins and arteries in the neck which can lead to a stroke!

Also the neck vertebrae can slice an artery in the neck!

The height of salon chair in relation to the sink is very important to prevent this and I noticed the European Style SInk  (where you wash from the back) really allow the head to rest in the sink - it appears most of the cases involved these style sinks.

There are sinks that tilt & we are looking into those! In the meantime we have heavy silicone neck rests on our sinks and we want to ensure the client can still have their head at an upward angle while shampooing! If they sit in the sink for a while rolls of towels can not only help them to feel more comfortable, but will keep the neck in position

This may be rare, but this is why ANY hair service should be done at a licensed & insured salon. I don’t understand why people like to go to home salons! There are legal ramifications and the salons that have had this happen are in major litigation!

We are having an immediate meeting on handling our clients neck, shampoo safety and neck support. The salon is not the only place where people can have this experience, it can happen at a massage parlor or even exercise, never let anyone massage the front of the neck!

My client Harriett passed out at the shampoo bowl, Thank God it was not due to this issue, she was having sinus issues and got very dizzy sitting at sink. I immediately rinsed her color out while she stood over the sink!

I notice, even for myself, porcelain sinks are much harder on the neck.

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Aug 19, 2019 5:25:03 PM

trichotillomania a bfrb

Trichotillomania A BFRB .

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