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News > Renowned Husband and Wife Duo Joins Keratin Complex
May 18, 2015

Renowned Husband and Wife Duo Joins Keratin Complex

Woody & Amy Michleb Will Spearhead Company’s Growing Focus on Education

 

In 2007, Keratin Complex debuted as a revolutionary smoothing company and, in less than a decade, has become a market leader in more than just smoothing. Keratin Complex’s Color TherapyTM is shaking up the haircolor industry, their retail options have expanded and salon partnerships have allowed the brand to focus on expanding their educational offerings. To keep up with the demand for more education, Keratin Complex has hired on a well-renowned husband-wife duo who will continue to reinforce the brands’ education—Woody and Amy Michleb of Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa.

 

 

“We are thrilled to have a team the caliber of Woody and Amy Michleb join the Keratin Complex family. They represent the ‘best’ of our industry, both professionally and personally,” says Mario Argenti, President of Keratin Complex.

Woody and Amy are most known for their larger than life stage presence as platform artists. In fact, they have been recognized as one of the top 10 platform artists in North America. In their new positions, Woody and Amy will feel right at home. Woody is now Keratin Complex’s International Artistic Director, Cut and Style. As International Artistic Director, Woody will work closely with International Artistic Director, Color TherapyTM, Deb Gavin, in crafting Keratin Complex’s latest innovations in application techniques.

 

 

As Director of Education, Amy will be in charge of the company’s domestic and international education—planning of curriculum, implementing these new class offerings and continually developing Keratin Complex as a leader in its field.

“As stylists, they have incredible talent, passion and creativity, as well as strong, keen business acumen and experience. Personally, they reflect genuine warmth, open minds, collaborative spirts and great empathy. We look forward to an exciting future together,” says Mario. 

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