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Movie Star Glamour Comes to Aldergrove

Wayne Russell has begun work at Aldergrove
Wayne Russell has begun work at Aldergrove's Billie's Hair Design and Spa after a long career as a key hair stylist for the film industry in B.C. Wayne will be styling hair for men and women as well as providing colour expertise for special occasions 'to bring current artistic fashion to the salon.' Wayne started out working in Vancouver salons 40 years ago and moved into the film industry in 2000, where he worked on the Battlestar Galactica set for four years, among other productions. With much of the film industry moving to Ontario in recent times, Wayne is looking to build his clientle at Billie's Salon and spearhead the direction the salon will be taking over the next few months.
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Wayne Russell has begun work at Aldergrove's Billie's Hair Design and Spa after a long career as a key hair stylist for the film industry in B.C.

Wayne will be styling hair for men and women as well as providing colour expertise for special occasions "to bring current artistic fashion to the salon."

Wayne started out working in Vancouver salons 40 years ago and moved into the film industry in 2000, where he worked on the Battlestar Galactica set for four years, among other productions.

With much of the film industry moving to Ontario in recent times, Wayne is looking to build his clientle at Billie's Salon and spearhead the direction the salon will be taking over the next few months.

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