officially trained with the Aveda Institute in Soho, NYC, yet her magic comes from within.
Elizabeth has an ease with hair. She blends her vast experience with all textures of hair , mixed with her love for healthy locks, mixed with a flair for the adventure to create beautiful, outstanding and touchable hair styles.
Working first as an Assistant then working her way up to Stylist, Elizabeth spent two years perfecting her craft at the John Masters Salon in Soho. Her clients ranged from the finest, straightest hair to the most kinky and thick hair. Elizabeth embraces it all and has developed stellar techniques that have earned her the playful title, LizLovesHair.
Elizabeth has developed a loyal clientele that follow her everywhere. She is known for growing healthy locks with the use of natural and often organic product. She creates extensions that help promote healthy and strong hair growth. She most recently can be seen on Georgia’s Daily Candy video (link). Liz is currently Georgia’s Top Stylist and is available weekdays and weekends for appointments and walk ins.
has a unique perception of style, and a dedication to explore the unconventional. Born in Barbados in the West Indies, he moved to NYC where he thrived on the cutting edge – fusing elements of music, fashion, style, and beauty into his own creation. His canvas is constantly evolving, which is a true testament to his fresh artistry.
In 1988, while studying Meteorology at The City College of New York, he was an apprentice at Anderson’s Hair I Am. During this time, he mastered his techniques in the area of cuts, color, chemical services, and the theory of the hair business. Devoted to going to the next level, he polished his talent through educational seminars, both international and domestic.
In the 90’s, Craig Carter transitioned into the world of music and film. Since then, he’s toured with funk group Cameo, worked with Spike Lee on “Malcolm X”, the cast of CBS’ “Cosby”, and later, Bravo’s “Queer eye for the Straight Guy”, Australia’s Next Top Model, the finale of NBC’s “The Apprentice” and CBS’ “Survivor”, among many others.
In 1996, the fashion world embraced Craig, prompting the development of an extensive portfolio. His work appeared in pages of People, GQ, Honey, and Glamour and on the runways of New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Barbados, and the Bahamas. Craig has worked with designers such as Donna Karen, Narcisco Rodriguez, Isaac Mizrahi, Monique Lhuillier, Custo Barcelona, Rock and Republic, Miss Sixty, Thakoon, Adidas Y-3, Preen and Reem Acra.
Craig’s accolades include two-time winner of the Caribbean Fashion Awards, Hairstylist of the Year in 2008 and 2009. For the past four years as Creative Ambassador for GHD Professional North America Inc., Craig has shared his vast expertise by teaching with a host of sponsors such as Sephora, and Vidal Sassoon.
Craig is known amongst his clients for his phenomenal cutting skills. Not only do his clients leave looking better than ever, but the styles themselves last longer than one can imagine. Craig currently works weekdays at Georgia, by appointment only, typically two week s in advance.
Rubi started cutting and experimenting with hair in her backyard in the 6th grade. Braiding anything she could get her hands on from Barbie to macramé plant holder fringe. Anyone that came in contact with her would receive a complementary makeover and “photo shoot”. In High School, she soon realized that becoming a stylist would combine all that was important to her: self-expression, creativity and career.
Rubi trained for three years, specializing in the Vidal Sassoon Color Technique. After moving NYC in 2000 from Phoenix, she “paid her dues” in high-end uptown NYC salons with heavy celebrity clientele. Soon after, she realized downtown NYC was where she was most inspired and ultimately fit in. Craving creative freedom she experimented beyond just hair, working as an editorial stylist and on Fashion runways. This led to music videos, film, theatre and other genres of performance art.
For Rubi, adorning the head and hair have ancient symbolism. She has an understanding of how hair and image affect one’s energy inside and out. She believes, a change in one’s appearance can cause an entirely positive chain reaction in one’s life. Rubi likes to be that catalyst.
Rubi is an expert colorist. Her gift is to bring out the best of her client’s vision and encourage them to take risks. “The best style is the one that takes the least amount of effort and always looks good. Simplicity and Glamour with a dash of Edge and fun.”