Visible Changes Hair Group

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Visible Changes Hair Group came about through the vision of husband & wife Jimmy Arvanitis & Bridget Bader. It all began when Jimmy, who had been working in Rockland County for a number of years, had a strong desire for education that sent him to the Vidal Sassoon Academy in London, England.  After studying in London, Jimmy then trained and worked for Vidal Sassoon in New York City. While working at Sassoon he naturally gravitated toward educating other stylists.  While working in the salon his passion came to life from being entrenched in the creative team environment and being involved in photo shoots and fashion shows.  Shortly after, Jimmy moved on to Pirri International in Greenwich, Ct. as an Art Director where he was able to focus on education and working with other stylists as a team, which was always at the forefront of his mind.

When it came time to decide to settle down and start a family, Jimmy & Bridget believed that there was no other place to be than in Rockland County, NY where he was raised. He felt he could give back by opening a salon where everyone worked together as a team and young stylists could continue their education in a close knit work environment.  This was the birth of Visible Changes Hair Group, a place where Jimmy could fulfill his passion and Bridget could exercise her ability to handle the business aspect needed to run a successful salon. A commitment toward making sure the needs of the stylists and clientele are met on a daily basis is part of why Visible Changes has been so successful. The commitment to education and working with a team of stylists of which most started out as assistants and worked their way to the floor is a dream come true and a key part in why Visible Changes Hair Group is still here 14 years later.

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