AOL Stylelist Features Boca Raton Hair Salon ‘The Greenroom’ in “Hot in My Salon” Video Program Series

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Salon owners show America what is HOT in one of South Florida’s premiere salons.

“We are so thrilled that The Greenroom salon has been chosen by AOL Stylelist as one of the top 100 salons in the "Hot in My Salon" video series," says Steven Jackson.

The Greenroom, an exclusive, au courant salon based in Boca Raton, Fla. has been selected by AOL Media to be among one of the first 100 salons featured in the “Hot in My Salon” video on

The video program series, which can be found on AOL’s, showcases stylists and makeup artists across the nation that are doing amazing “Hot” things with hair, nails and makeup. The series highlights 100 salons across the country – from Anchorage, Alaska to Brooklyn, New York to Boca Raton, Florida.

Videos of signature, popular looks throughout the nation’s leading salons include, Celebrity Hairstyles, Edgy Hair cuts, Up do Hairstyles, Braided Hairstyles, Bob Hairstyles, Textured Hairstyles, Extensions, Accessories, Wigs and more.

Owners of the Greenroom salon in Boca Raton, Steven Jackson and John Ciambrone, show America one of the hottest looks trending in their salon now – a disconnected haircut combined with hair color to finish the look.

“Our clients look to our expert stylists to provide them with both innovative and flattering hairstyles that are easy to maintain and style at home,” says Jackson. “The disconnected hair cut can be wore down, behind the ears or tied back. The versatility of the style, combined with great color, offers a sleek and stylish look for our clientele.”

Steven begins the haircut in the center back and uses it as a guide throughout the cut. During the process, he continues to comb the hair to assure it is lying correctly. The hair is left in a veil in front that gives extreme length and progression to the short cut in the back of the hair.

To accentuate the disconnected cut, color is added to the hair to create the overall look. The cut is done first to give correct placement for the color to be applied. John then uses the shape of the cut as a guide to determine where to place the color, including chocolate brown on the underneath block of hair and an alternate of caramel and very strong red violet tones. The cut is then blown dry straight, sleek and smoothly to finish the style.

“Color is a vital component to creating a disconnected hairstyle,” says John Ciambrone. “Depending on skin tones and natural coloring, the shades can be adjusted for each client to ensure a perfect look. Our clients love the disconnected cut because it can be sophisticated or fun and flirty. It is the perfect, upbeat city style that can transition to the beaches of South Florida.”

As more consumers flock to the Internet for hairstyle research before they even step into the salon, is offering a step-by-step instruction of how to achieve some of the hottest looks across the country. Now, consumers and stylists can share secrets from behind their chair and swap styles with salons across the country.

“We are so thrilled that The Greenroom salon has been chosen by AOL as one of the top 100 salons in "Hot in My Salon," says Jackson. “Our team of stylists and colorists take great pride in being on the forefront of cutting edge styles and trends in the industry. Our goal is to ensure our clients receive the ultimate in service and walk out of our salon with a style they love.”

About The Greenroom
The greenroom was created in 1995 to cater to those of fashionable and discriminating taste. Located in Boca Raton, Fla., the salon flourishes under the leadership of owners Steven Jackson and John Ciambrone. The greenroom is a conglomerate of stylists and colorists of the highest quality with a keen sense for style and the tireless goal to produce the very best work for clientele. The greenroom ensures an atmosphere for each client that provides the ultimate in personal service. For more information about the salon, services or the owners, visit

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