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Maggie Mulhern | October 10, 2012 | 9:45 AM

Ruth Roche was both a mentor and speaker at the most recent ARTIST SESSION. She was impressed by the fabulous products in the Goody Bag. We asked her to check in with some of the attendees to find out which tool or tools they were using for their finished looks. The good news is...these artists keep using these items (and tools from previous bags) for other photo shoots, on stage or in salon.


The Goody Bag for the fall 2012 contained:

Amika Titanium Glide one inch flat iron

Goldn'Hot 2 in 1 Styling Iron

Hot Tools one inch Limited Edition Curling Iron

Moroccanoil Brushes

Verge Bubble Wand by ONE

T3 Evolution Blow Dryer

Wahl Sterling Stylist Clipper

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