Author Archives: Mario
If you’ve ever longed for the luscious locks and fierce blowouts of a Victoria’s Secret model, this lesson will have you resembling the likes of Alessandra Ambrosio in no time! o Clean your hair with a volumizing shampoo and a … Continue reading
Be sure to pick up a copy of this month’s Improper Bostonian to see the amazing photo shoot styled by Salon Mario Russo artistic director Sal Malafronte!
Spring wedding season is fast approaching, and while spring weather may bring fresh flowers and fragrant gardens, it can wreak havoc on hair by causing frizzy flyaways. Here are five steps to spring weather-prepped wedding hair: 1. Work with What … Continue reading
There’s nothing better about the Herald’s new digs than the Seaport neighborhood, especially the salt-water smell and the seagulls flying overhead. Mario Russo, who opened a second salon at Fan Pier a couple of years ago, also loves the harbor … Continue reading
Check out our Tatiana Morgan on NECN demonstrating The Hunger Games braiding the same day of the monumental movie debut!!
Salon Mario Russo is very proud to annouce that Fan Pier stylist Gary Croteau has been nominated for a 2012 Boston Fashion Award! Click on the link below to vote for Gary under “Best Hairstylist” Vote here! 2012 Boston Fashion … Continue reading
If you’re a fan of the book series The Hunger Games, you know that this season braids are back! This fashion-forward look makes for the ideal style statement: chic and romantic, earthy and relaxed, playful and effortless. Celebrities have been … Continue reading
Boston’s warmer weather has us thinking summer, and for those inevitably humid New England days, the chignon provides the perfect solution for longer hair. To achieve the perfect chignon: 1). Rub a small amount of texturizing crème or de-frizzer … Continue reading
Today’s gorgeous weather has us thinking summer, and as the warmer weather approaches nothing says “playful and fun” like loose, luscious curls! (Source: Glamour.com) To achieve those perfect fun, flowing curls… o Use a 1 ½ inch barrel curling iron. … Continue reading