Celebrating the EMMY’s at the Lukaro Salon


First things first! Suave ran a campaign for fans to decide on Sofia Vergara’s hair style and the winning look was Glamorous Waves  which happened to be my favorite!

Here is the official scoop from Suave:

Vergara turned heads on the big night with her glamour waves style by Suave Professionals Celebrity Stylist Jenny Cho, the winning look voted for by thousands of Americans.

Sofia’s entire award show look – the dress and the Suave Professionals products used to create the winning look – will be auctioned by the Clothes Off Our Back Foundation (www.clothesoffourback.org/suave) to benefit children’s charities across the globe starting Monday, August 30 at 8:00 a.m. EST.

I headed over to Beverly Hills to watch the Emmy’s, courtesy of Suave at the Lukaro Salon. You might know Luke O’Connor from styling the tresses of the most beautiful and glamorous actresses in Hollywood like Julia Louis Dreyfuss, Debra Messing, Brooke Shields to  name a few. And don’t those women have great hair?

Luke worked on my own measly locks a few years ago when I attended the Glamour Magazine Reel Women event. I never forgot how expertly he wielded those scissors and by snipping a little here and there, literally transformed my hair.

I was beyond excited to see what Luke would do…and using very little product and not a lot of heat, once again he made my hair look incredible. If you find yourself in Beverly Hills, do yourself a favor and go to his salon! Not only is it welcoming and luxurious, but Luke is the best in the business.  Seriously he is a miracle worker!

We watched the Emmy’s on big screen tv’s, ate delish appetizers and relaxed a bit. I met Theodore Leaf who you will be hearing a lot about in the coming years. Theodore is ultra talented and has come on board with Suave to be one of their consulting hair professionals.  He is also adorable and fun.

You can find Suave everywhere, their products are worth your time to try out. And you can find out more about the Lukaro salon here!

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