FHI Brands Appoints Two New Artistic Directors
As FHI Brands continues growing and winning awards (including Favorite Tool You Can’t Live Without at BTC’s recent Stylist Choice Awards), President and CEO Shauky Gulamani is expanding their Shows and Education team. Two new Artistic Directors—Sarah Mac and Kiley Potter, both from Salon Glo in Valencia, Calif.—will work with Christa Goldstein, Director of Education, and Chris Campbell, Vice President of Shows and Education.
Sarah Mac is one of the new Artistic Directors for FHI Brands. She was hand-selected by Matrix Artistic Director Dan Csicsai as an integral part of the team to open Salon Glo at its inception in 2009. Working alongside Dan for six years caused her career to flourish. She picked up new techniques and tricks of the trade to supplement her natural talent and enthusiasm for hair. Sarah has participated in fashion shows, hair shows, NAHA photo shoots and worked on television’s “Sweden’s Next Top Model.” Being an Artistic Director for FHI Brands brings the perfect convergence of three elements that she feels very passionate about in her career: education, hairstyling and working closely with people.
Kiley Potter’s love for color and styling is what led her to becoming a stylist. As an FHI Brands Artistic Director and certified Color Master, she services a full clientele at Salon Glo, favoring balayage, color melts, and finishing off with her signature “unkempt” textured style. Additionally, Potter conducts trainings to the industry while also creating the edgy styles on television’s “Sweden’s Next Top Model” and the sophisticated styles on “The Price is Right.” Accomplished and uncommon, Potter brings her unique sense of style to the industry after only seven years behind the chair.