New Bermuda Magazine Launched: Salon

November 16, 2010

bermuda salon magazineSALON INC, founded by Rinelle White earlier this year, today [Nov 16] officially released their new magazine – Salon – which is available at select salons across the island and major newsstands, and features articles on the latest trends in hair and beauty.

At a time when major publishers around the world are looking at reinventing the print business, SALON INC say they are “confident that the new magazine will fill a current void for readers in Bermuda.”

Salon says their “vision will be to provide residents of Bermuda with the latest trends in fashion, hair and beauty, while also providing unbiased and thought provoking editorial on some of the critical issues facing the island and the world today.”

Rinelle White, Editor and Founder of Salon said, “Today is a personal and professional celebration for me. The hair industry has always been my passion. I have always dreamed of being involved in the world of hair, fashion and beauty.”

Ms White continued by saying, “I am fortunate to have worked with some very talented writers, designers, photographers, hair stylists and beauty specialists both locally and internationally.”

The Fall/Winter Issue of Salon features articles on Estelle, international recording artist who recently performed at the Bermuda Music Festival, an exclusive interview with Barry Fletcher, cosmetology entrepreneur and celebrity stylist, and coverage from the Premier Orlando Show, one of the nation’s leading hair shows featuring the best hair stylists and hair industry brands from around the world.

Salon’s cover story, The Role of Women in Gang Wars is an inside look at some of the challenges our young women in Bermuda are facing today as they get deeply entrenched into Bermuda’s single most critical social issue plaguing the island today – gang warfare.

“Salon strives to have a voice in the community and while the predominant focus of the magazine is on hair and beauty, I felt it was important that we use the publication to talk candidly about some of the serious issues facing our community today,” said Ms White.

Salon will publish bi-annually with a Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter issue.

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  1. Adele White says:

    I have the magazine in my hands....its outstanding!! Its of a very high quality and is current and relevant. Congratulations to my sister and our fellow Bermudians who have showcased their talents on this project!!

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  2. Michelle says:

    What an accomplishment Rinelle - A true demonstration of a Dream becoming reality. Wishing the magazine all success. You Deserve it!

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  3. Diunde says:

    Well done Rin! I am so, so proud of you! You continue to inspire me. I have not seen a copy of the magazine as yet but have no doubt it is FABULOUS! You go girl!

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  4. Roslyn White says:

    Magazine is beautiful!! World class quality and I am so proud of you Rin!! Your hard work has paid off :-)

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  5. Bri says:

    This cover is BREATH TAKING!!! Well Done to Ms White. You should be very proud of yourself!! :)

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  6. Jereme says:

    Salon Inc,congrats on your first edition!

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  7. Amir says:

    Hey Sexy, I knew you had it in you! Huge hugs and well wishes on continued success with this publication, Bermuda deserves it. It Fresh, Free Spirited and On Time!

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  8. Amir says:

    It's (I was excited) Typo

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  9. True Dat says:

    Damn!!! This Mag sounds Good!!! As persons that truly perfers to flip the pages of a Magazine as oppose to looking at it online, I can't wait to get my hands on this
    Wishing you all the Best and Much success!!

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  10. Arthur Raynor - Atlanta says:

    I will be even more excited if I hear that this new magazine (unlike a lot of other local mags) was designed and printed there in Bermuda where it would be helping employ locals in the printing business.

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  11. Vanessa says:

    Where can this magazine be bought. Who, What, When, Where, Why, and sometimes How...

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  12. Thinking says:

    Where can I get a copy of this?

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  13. Express says:

    Does anyone know if the magazine is free? I went to 2 places today and they had the magazine but would not sell it, as they didn't know if it had a cost or was free. What's the deal?

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  14. bernews says:

    We just checked, and we told that this issue of the magazine is free, and at the moment it is available from People's Pharmacy, Lindos (Warwick & Dev) and Paget Pharmacy. As of Monday, they will begin distribution through salons

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