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About Danielle KeaslingNational educator, session stylist, salon owner and industry leader Danielle has worked in the salon industry for over 17 years. With a passion for texture and styling and an eye and the knowledge for color, Danielle brands herself as having a background in creating on trend styles that are fashion forward but wearable to the everyday consumer.
Finalist in the 2014 North American Hairstylist Awards for Texture and 2015 finalist in the Editorial category, Danielle has been recognized in many industry competitions and is on the artistic team for Intercoiffure, the most prestigious group of salon representatives and salons in the world.
Danielle's work can be seen in many consumer and trade magazines such as 10Ten UK, M Mag Brazil, InStyle, Marie Claire, Disfunkshion, Modern Salon Magazine, American Salon Magazine, Hot by Hairs How U.S. and U.K., Estetica, Beauty Launchpad, Peluquerias International, and Beauty Underground.
Danielle also does session work for print, runway, marketing campaigns, commercial, weddings, and film. When she isn't behind the chair or working on one of many projects, Danielle volunteers her time to the Survivor Glam Squad. The mission is to provide female cancer survivors with esteem building opportunities, such as professional makeovers, education, and motivation. Through donations and volunteer efforts, SGS will empower women and girls to get back on track after cancer treatment. She is now Creative Director for the organization.