Welcome to Jean-Luc, New York's hottest salon du jour, where high above Madison Avenue, Georgia Watkins - star colorist - tends the hair of socialites, actresses, models, and moguls. Georgia wasn't born to the Manhattan elite, but she was born to color hair; back in tiny Weepeekeemie, New Hampshire, her single mother struggled to pay rent on her own small-town beauty parlor to keep the family afloat.
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'Snarky but not overly stinging, this read is as kicky and flirty as a head of highlights.' - PW.
'Urbane yet sweetly innocent.' - Kirkus.
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