Live Performance Featuring Musician Sean Rowe

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Saturday, December 15th, 2018

Cocktail: Hour 6 pm

Show Starts: 7 pm

Tickets $20


About Sean Rowe:

Sean Rowe is an alternative folk singer-songwriter and musician.

Early Life:

Born and raised in Troy, New York, Rowe started playing music at an early age. He received a bass guitar from his father on his 12th birthday and performed in a local band.  After receiving an acoustic guitar as a gift from his uncle, Rowe began playing solo.

He wrote his first song at the age of seven on a Fisher-Price typewriter after listening to Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger.  Rowe started seriously writing songs when he was 18. The first complete song that he wrote was called “Turtle,” which was inspired by his friend and singer-songwriter Jeanne French. At the age of 17, Rowe discovered Otis Redding and his song “Open The Door”, which inspired him to begin singing.

Nature:

An avid naturalist, Rowe often speaks of his fascination with the woods and his connection to the land. After reading The Tracker by Tom Brown at the age of 18, Rowe started a blog about his experiences in the wilderness. He later took courses at Tom Brown’s Wilderness Survival School in Asbury, NJ. In 2006, Rowe studied for a year at Hawk Circle Wilderness Education in Cherry Valley, NY, and completed a 24-day solo survival quest after his training. Rowe also studied under wild food author and expert, Samuel Thayer, and has partnered with Kawing Crow Awareness Center as a guest instructor for wilderness survival workshops and wild edible plant foraging. Since 2009, Rowe has contributed as a blogger to the Albany Times Union on topics concerning nature, wildlife, and his music career.

Career:

Since 2003, Rowe played locally in his hometown at open mics, bars, and cafes. He began playing with percussionist Marco Haber, who played on a few tracks on his first album “27”. Shortly thereafter they began playing under the name Mudfunk and recorded a live album, Live at the Grind, as well as a single of “Wrong Side of the Bed” at Studio Zoot in Albany. The latter would be re-recorded for Sean’s solo album, Magic, without Haber and with different instrumentation. He recorded his album, Magic, at Collar City Sound and released it through Collar City Records on April 21, 2009. In 2009, Rowe was asked to open for Noah and the Whale in the United Kingdom. Soon after, Sean signed with ANTI- Records, which re-released Magic on February 22, 2011, and released The Salesman and the Shark on August 28, 2012. On March 4, Sean played his new release, “Downwind”, on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The movie The Accountant with actor Ben Affleck (2016) features Sean Rowe’s song “To Leave Something Behind”


 

Has winter left you feeling…dry?

We have one month until the ice thaws, and spring blooms, and with spring we leave behind the cold, bitter dryness that winter brings us. You may be feeling like your hair and skin is feeling the effects of winter! Well don’t worry we have just the remedy for you!  

Treat Yourself

Treat your hair to some tender loving care by lathering up with ylang ylang.  A lush, super-sensual aroma found in the Damage Remedy family. Can a damaged hair treatment really smell beautiful? You bet it can. Damage Remedy Daily Hair Repair instantly repairs damaged hair and protects it from thermal damage up to 450 degrees. Daily care should be a luxurious experience, and it is thanks to a blend of certified organic bergamot, ylang-ylang and mandarin.

  • Instantly repairs and protects from heat styling.
  • 97% naturally derived* leave-in treatment instantly repairs the integrity of hair’s surface.
  •  Helps protect the hair against breakage and thermal damage up to 450°.
  • Formulated with quinoa protein, this leave-in treatment helps give you stronger, longer hair**.

Here’s how to step up your winter skin game so you step into springtime with a fresh, dewy complexion.

  1. Amp up the moisture during the day without getting greasy! Adding a layer of moisturizer for extra protection before applying a SPF will ensure that your skin is getting the moisture it needs. 

    MTMH RECOMMENDS: VITAL C hydrating intense moisturizer

  2. Lock in that moisture before you go to bed, by applying a thicker, richer cream. Your skin performs most of its reparative work as you sleep, this ensures your skin gets all the nutrients and hydration it possibly can. 

    MTMH RECOMMENDS: VITAL C hydrating repair crème

  3. After moisturizing add a layer of oil on spots prone to dehydration , pat on a couple of drops of facial oil to supercharge moisture in the area while creating an extra-protective barrier against water loss. 

    MTMH RECOMMENDS: VITAL C hydrating facial oil

  4. Apply a moisturizer containing broad-spectrum sunscreen. The UV rays penetrate clouds and windows no matter what the weather is, which means your skin is susceptible to the effects of aging any day of the year. 

    MTMH RECOMMENDS: PREVENTION+ daily hydrating moisturizer SPF 30+

  5. Treat your face with a hydrating sheet mask every week. When in doubt or dryness, always rely on a mask! A sheet mask delivers hydration deeply into the skin by allowing the ingredients to penetrate in high concentration. 

    MTMH RECOMMENDS: I MASK biomolecular hydrating recovery mask

You are now on your way to Hydrated, Nourished & Revitalized Hair & Skin!

What Is Eyebrow Threading?

MTMH: ALL ABOUT EYEBROW THREADING

Eyebrow Threading

WHAT IS EYEBROW THREADING?

The art of threading is an ancient hair removal technique with origins in Asia.

A thin (cotton & polyester) thread is doubled, twisted, and rolled along the surface of the skin to quickly lift the hair from the follicle.

Threading is the most precise hair removal technique for getting rid of unwanted facial hair. It allows for more control over the shape of the eyebrows and is great for anyone with chemical sensitivities. Threading is also an excellent option for removing unwanted hair on the upper lip & entire face, as well as eyebrows.

Eyebrow Threading

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF THREADING?

Threading removes even the finest and shortest hair with ease & doesn’t leave the area swollen or red since it’s such a gentle process.

It allows for the sharpest eyebrow form & definition – much more so than you could achieve with tweezing!

Threading is quick, inexpensive, lasts 3-6 weeks, & the hair grows back finer than before!

Eyebrow Threading Specialist NeenaMEET NEENA, OUR INCREDIBLE THREADING SPECIALIST!

Neena has 24 years experience in the beauty industry. Her specialty includes providing complete and entirely unique transformations to her clients eyebrows. She bases the eyebrow shape upon each individuals bone structure and face shape.
 We use a thread to enhance your appearance and provide a sharp and effortlessly flawless design to your eyebrows.
Neena consistently gives her clients results that keep them coming back. She uses classic threading techniques to revolutionize one’s appearance, leaving them looking and feeling their absolute best!
Check out what some of our clients are saying about Neena!
“Neena is incredible at what she does and she reshaped my eyebrows to better suite my features. I’ll never go back to tweezing my own eyebrows again!”  – Ashley

 

Ashley Millet
Music To My Hair Salon & Advanced Academy
1214 Troy Schenectady Road
Latham, NY 12110
518-313-7723