Best Hair Salon in Miami: Balayage

This coloring technique emerged in Paris in the 1970s; the word “balayage,” pronounced bah-lee-AHZGE, is French for “sweep away,” a reference to the way in which the color is painted onto the hair.

Balayage color is painted in soft brush strokes across the surface of the hair, leaving you with natural-looking swipes of color that flow from thick to thin and play off the hair’s natural movement. Even better, balayage won’t leave you with any signs of demarcation, creating a softer and more manageable grow-out. Meet our hair stylist in Miami at Red Market Salon to learn more about the Balayage Technique.

 Balayage made an early appearance at the exclusive Carita salon in Paris in the ‘70s. At the time it was known as ‘Balayage à Coton,’ named for the strips of cotton that are used to keep the colored hair separate from the untouched hair.

Balayage was truly revolutionary, created at a time when the industry standard was a frosting cap. The ‘80s brought a wave of foil highlights, but it wasn’t until the ‘90s that balayage became widely accepted by popular culture in the U.S.

Set up an appointment today online: Red Market Salon Miami, or call us at 305.864.3978, The Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave. Miami, FL, 33154.

My Hot Rod New York: Guy Fieri

By CARLA SPARTOS for the nypost.com

When Food Network star Guy Fieri, 44, first visited NYC back in 2005, he got out of a taxi wearing flip-flops, Dickies board shorts and a yellow leather jacket — in November. He’s been turning heads ever since: His brash greaser-meets-beach-bum style has become such a phenomenon that Bobby Moynihan (inset) does a regular impression of him on “Saturday Night Live.” And Fieri loves it: “You have to laugh at yourself. Dude is spot on with it,” he says. In September, Fieri will debut his first NYC restaurant, Guy’s American Kitchen & Bar, in Times Square, so he’s been spending a lot of time at the Standard Hotel in the Meatpacking District, which he calls home base when he’s in town. You can also catch him at the fifth annual 2012 New York City Wine & Food Festival; tickets go on sale tomorrow at nycwff.org. This is his hot-rod New York.

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2. Red Market Salon, 13 E. 13th St., between Fifth Avenue and University Place

“I had long hair, and the girl that cut my hair in California said, ‘It’s about time you make some style change.’ I said, ‘Fine. Do whatever you want.’ So we get done and she takes the bag off my head, and I’m like, ‘Did you wash the shampoo out?’ And she’s like, ‘That’s your hair color.’ I go, ‘What have you done? I’m a dead man!’ But it just stuck. I was spending so much time in New York, I had to find somebody else to do it. I was like, ‘Aw man, this is not gonna be cool.’ But it’s this totally funky place — the girls are super-friendly — and they nailed it. My producer wanted my nails trimmed — and in they come with the manicure while they’re cutting my hair. And I’m like, ‘This is strange.’ But no pedicure!”[/box]

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Red Market Salon for Downtown Magazine


This summer Downtown is going to be one to remember, and what better way to capture the wild, vibrant spirit of summer than with a photoshoot inspired by an exciting decade—the 1960s. In the upcoming issue, look for our gorgeous publisher, Grace A. Capobianco, photographed in the finest of fashion.

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David Cotteblanche featured in NY Post

Fashionable seniors

Silver-haired and stylish New York City women show that fashionable trends get better with time.

Photographer Ari Seth Cohen for “Advance style photography’ in a book store near near.

On set with Guadalupe Pineda

The latest video of Guadalupe Pineda featuring her daughter Mariana G. Pineda.

David Cotteblanche of Red Market NYC was honored to create a style for the duo that would embrace the poised and elegant nature of Pieneda and daughter, while maintaining the down to earth nature that allows the vocalists to remain familiar and connected with their audience. This case presented an intriguing challenge for David. Providing not one, but two looks that would softly complement each other rather than compete. The result: a heartfelt duet in voice and style.

Guadalupe Pineda came to be known as one of her native Mexico’s grassroots musical icons. Performing music from all over the Spanish-speaking world for audiences large and small, Pineda built a reputation and fan base, concert by concert, over the course of a career that spanned decades. Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Pineda early on relocated to Mexico City, where she studied sociology and political science before embarking on her career as a vocalist.

New Looks with René Furterer products!

On set with celebrity stylist David Cotteblanche demonstrating how beautifully René Furterer works to achieve on-trend styles.


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Interview with David Cotteblanche for René Furterer

What are your favorite René Furterer products? Why?

VEGETAL STYLING glossing spray – it creates a wonderful shine and fantastic finishing look without weighing down hair.

VOLUMEA volumizing foam – creates volume and fullness. It is the best blow out product.

KARITÉ intense nourishing conditioning cream – best treatment for very dry hair. Makes hair silky and alive.
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Achievements:

Being a Spokesperson for IZUNAMI hair tools and working on the 2011 René Furterer campaign are my biggest achievements.

Why did you choose René Furterer?

The brand is the top in our market. The plant-derived ingredients provide superb results from treatment to beautiful hair.

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René Furterer Photo Shoot

Check out David Cotteblanche and Nickia Chiddick in this video!
Many thanks for all who helped with the shoot.

Fashion shoot with David Cotteblanche

Hair stylist David Cotteblanche of Red Market recently teamed up with photographer David Bismuth, and makeup artist Dexter Phillip (owner of DEX New York) at Splashlight Studios to launch a video shoot, La Plume, celebrating Red Markets’ new and improved site.

La Plume showcases innovative, high-fashion design in a laid back, approachable atmosphere; the same fusion responsible for the success and notability of the this late night salon.

The Inspiring images and theatrical results of the collaboration between these artists, translates the creative approach that defines Red Market and each stylist contributing to its outstanding performance.


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Beauty Around The Clock

Best of New York by New York Magazine

Published in New York Magazine and nymag.com

The recent crop of late-night salons turns insomnia into a beauty proposition. Best among them is this, a bright, 2,400-square-foot loft in a commercial walk-up in the heart of the meatpacking district and all its nightlife. The idea sprang out of the partylike after-hours cuts that stylists David Cotteblanche and Reynald Ricard (both Fekkai alums) once gave in Cotteblanche’s cramped Chelsea apartment. This salon houses eight stylists, a small bar stocked with free Côtes du Rhône, Sauvignon Blanc, and coffee, products by Kérastase and Phyto, and a sound system manned at peak hours by local D.J.’s, so you can get a blow-dry and rock out till 11 p.m.

Best Late Night Salon | Visit nymag.com