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In today’s fast-paced economy, one may question the role of distributors. While some say they work as middlemen, others prove that a distributor is important for the success of a brand. The latter is true. Distributors are a bridge between manufacturers and the professional consumer, connecting and enhancing the other, and the voice of a brand. Suf􀃺 ce it to say that without distributors, the bottom line of the players in the business of beauty and wellness would be in doldrums. This is the backdrop of this month's In Focus where we exlore the triumphs and travails of being in this business in India. In the Hair section, we feature Mary Alamine, Owner and Creative Director of Royals Hair in Sydney. A force to reckon with, she won Hairdresser of the Year 2016 at AHFA NSW/ACT, was the Finalist at Hair Expo Men’s Hairdresser Of The Year in 2016, and several others. She wears her success lightly as we realised when she shared her professional journey. We also present a mesmerising photo essay of two collections by celebrated hair artists, Felicitas Ordás and José Salvador + Eva González. Truly inspiring for contemporaries and apsirants, alike. On the home front, we showcase Mohammad Amjad, the winner of TIGI Backstage Heroes Season 2. He re􀃻 ects on his early days in the hairdressing industry, the platform and his experience. On hair colour and care, brands including L'Oréal Professionnel, MATRIX, Kérastase and Rene Furterer have launched products that work like magic on hair! Salon management, as vital as it is, comes with its own set of challenges. Keeping the operations running smoothly is only the tip of the iceberg. Hiring, training, staff retention, maintaining standards, customer satisfaction, and so on, are some of the biggest goals for any salon manager. Kanta Motwani, Nikhil Sharma and Preeti Singh share their views

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