From the wreath hanging in the Yves Durif Salon to the trimmings in the lobby of The Carlyle, all are crafted from a handwritten letter from Santa that was “ghostwritten” by Samuel Clemens (aka Mark Twain) to his daughter.
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The Team at The Yves Durif Salon at The Carlyle took part in a bridal beauty masterclass for style-savvy brides!
“‘Switching to a bob is a little bit like giving the finger,’ said Yves Durif.” This is one of many fabulous quotes from our very own Yves Durif in the recent article in the New York Times Style section: “Bye to ‘Real Housewife’ Hair,” written by Linda Dyett. Read more about the history of the […]
Our talented Stylist, Amélie Lemoine talks about Fall Beauty and gives us her advice on making a big change to your beauty look, as well as tips on keeping your look fresh from Day to Night! Whenever I feel that chill in the air, it makes me want to refresh my beauty look for the […]
When the summer heat is on, don’t forget to care for your hair while soaking up the sun! Our Senior Stylist, Patti Vaccaro shares her tips on keeping your hair healthy throughout the season! This season, we want to have fun but still care for our hair. In your opinion, what is the best way to […]
How Do You Shampoo? If I were to ask you to pantomime your shampoo routine, I believe it would go something like this: you squeeze your imaginary shampoo bottle into the palm of your hand for a count of five, distribute the invisible pool between your hands, and slap it into the top of your […]
We are thrilled to announce that the Yves Durif Comb and Brush can now be found at the Sisley Paris Counter in the newly revamped Beauty Department of Saks Fifth Avenue‘s flagship location in New York City! The Yves Durif Comb and Brush are essential elements of Yves’ famous Shampoo Technique, and when used in conjunction […]
Just in time for the summer wedding season – and in celebration of the recent Royal Wedding – Yves Durif was asked to speak about Bridal Beauty on a Panel at The Bridal Council’s #WeddingWeekend at Bloomingdale’s 59th Street. Also joining him on the Panel was our resident Sisley Makeup Artist, Julio Albelo. For […]
Textile Art is one of the oldest forms of art, originally developed by ancient civilizations for practical uses – namely as clothing, shelter and blankets to keep warm – but has grown over the centuries to also have been elevated into high art. If you have been to the Yves Durif Salon this month, […]
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