Some of the top stylists and cosmetologists in the industry have wonderful things to say about easihair pro extensions. Get to know our hair artists and take a look at what they say about us!


Trichologist and Expert in Hair Pieces

Bobbi Russell is considered by her peers in the Industry as “the” leading expert in women’s non-surgical hair replacement.


Licensed Cosmetologist since 1985 and a Certified Clinical Trichologist


Bobbi has been professionally certified by more than 20 hair extension and hair replacement companies, earning her the prestigious title of Nationally Certified “Master Hair Replacement Specialist” from the American Hair Loss Council (AHLC).

Editorial Work:

Modern Salon Magazine, National Hair Journal, local and national television programs, including the Doctors.

Bobbi Russell is considered by her peers in the Industry as “the” leading expert in women’s non-surgical hair replacement. A licensed cosmetologist since 1985 and a certified Clinical Trichologist, Bobbi has been providing hair replacement and extension services since 1987. Bobbi has dedicated more than 27 years learning and educating others about medical hair loss, hair replacement, hair extensions and chemotherapy prosthetics. She has traveled the world seeking the best hair and hair products available.

Bobbi has been professionally certified by more than 20 hair extension and hair replacement companies, earning her the prestigious title of Nationally Certified “Master Hair Replacement Specialist” from the American Hair Loss Council (AHLC). She is a member of AHLC, and serves as the “Women’s Hair Addition Specialist” on the Board of Directors of The National Hair Society, the world’s leading hair authority in non-surgical hair loss solutions for women. Bobbi also has been a National Educator and Platform Artist for more than two decades for the largest hair replacement manufacturers in the United States. She continues to educate other Hair Professionals on a regular basis. Bobbi has been a featured guest speaker at the largest U.S. Beauty Industry Trade Show, the annual Premiere Hair Show held in Orlando, FL for several years.

Bobbi has assisted in the research and development of several hair replacement and hair extension products, attachment methods, and has been designing pieces for custom order production since 2005. She has been published in numerous industry publications, including Modern Salon Magazine and the National Hair Journal. Bobbi has been featured as an expert on local and national television programs, including The Doctors.

Bobbi is the founder of Hair Therapy for Women in Tampa, FL a women’s only hair loss studio specializing in hair extensions, hair replacement and chemotherapy prosthesis.

“You are the hair doctor. You have the ability to help change women’s lives. Take your time with them. Help them trust. After years of working with women’s hair replacement every day for more than two decades, I know that I am where God wants me to be. I am thankful for the knowledge that I have to not just apply the hair, but also help women rebuild their self-esteem and self-image.”


Runway Stylist and Hair Extensions Expert

Ellen Lawlor began with Trevor Sorbie and quickly moved on to Redken as a Global Artist. From there she went on to prominent roles at Redken including the Redken 5th Avenue Exchange. These roles have led to a vast array of editorial work for major publications, fashion designers and photographers.


Trevor Sorbie of America, NYC


Redken Global Artist 1996, Redken Exchange 5th Ave, Project Runway

Editorial Work:

Elle, Marie Claire, Seventeen, Latina and Vellum. Project Runway, America’s Top Model and the CBS Morning Show, Vera Wang, Cynthia Rowley, Betsey Johnson, Carmen Marc Valvo, Badgley Mischka, jewelry designers Rodrigo Otazu and Chris Aire, Tory Burch, Norma Kamali and Phillip Lim

Ellen began her teaching career in NYC joining Trevor Sorbie of America and working her way onto the artistic team in 1990. She joined Redken as a Global Artist in 1996. Currently, she continues to work with Redken as a facilitator at the Redken Exchange on 5th Avenue in NYC. In addition, she represents Redken around the world educating, performing on stage, working fashion shows and photo shoots and designing trends.

When not working for Redken, she enjoys a busy career as a freelance artist with various agencies, photographers and the media. Her work has been featured in numerous publications, such as Elle, Marie Claire, Seventeen, Latina and Vellum. Her current media work includes Project Runway, America’s Top Model and the CBS Morning Show.

Ellen has created looks for fashion designers Vera Wang, Cynthia Rowley, Betsey Johnson, Carmen Marc Valvo, Badgley Mischka, jewelry designers Rodrigo Otazu and Chris Aire, Tory Burch, Norma Kamali and Phillip Lim. Her photographer references include Ron Contarsy, Rod Spicer and Travis Rathbone.

Her talent was recognized by North American Hairdressers Association when she was nominated for Hairstylist of the Year as well as the Texture and Avant-garde Categories.

Ellen celebrity list includes: Beyonce, Paris Hilton, Chris Isaak, Pat Benatar and Tara Reid. She is based in New York City.

“I was introduced to easihair and easiLengths extensions four years ago backstage at New York Fashion Week! I was floored when I saw the fastest ever transformation from very short to long; easiLengths lay so flat against the head and looked so natural and believable. My experience with extensions has been that they’re bumpy when dressing the hair and you struggle to put them in short or thin fine hair because it never looks quite right. Well easiLengths extensions took my experience and completely turned it around 360 degrees. I was so impressed that my partner Giovanni Giuntoli and I featured them in our salon segment of our show at the Las Vegas Nevada 2011 Redken Symposium. These extensions are a great way to add color dimension, volume or length and even balance out an uneven haircut. I love them and always them in my kit for shows, shoots and clients”


Editorial Hair Artist and Hair Extensions Ambassador

Undoubtedly the world’s most creative and hardest working editorial stylist! Peter is sought by the world’s biggest brands from New York to London, from Paris to Milan. Peter’s down-to-earth demeanor and outstanding sense of humor makes him both a scholar and gentlemen. easihair pro is arguably his biggest fan!


Vidal Sassoon London


L’oreal Brand Ambassador for United Kingdom, International Editorial Director, Vidal Sassoon Product Development Consultant – Procter & Gamble

Editorial Work:

Yves St. Laurent, Givenchy, Hugo Boss, Lancôme, Armani, Hermes, Paul Smith, Betsey Johnson, Kanye West, Le Copains and Various household brands.

Recognized for his exceptional cutting skills and lightness of touch, Peter Gray is among the world’s foremost hair stylists.

Peter Gray rose to prominence at the end of 1990s through innovate photographic partnerships with experimental fashion photographers including Solve Sundsbo, Miles Aldridge and Richard Burbridge that established Gray as a leading force in the field of creative hair. As well as a busy and progressive practitioner, Gray is also a key proponent of environmental sustainability.

Revered in the fashion industry for his rigorous technical grounding, Gray’s career in hair was formed at Vidal Sassoon in London, where he relocated to from South Africa in the late 1980s. He swiftly progressed through the company’s legendary training schemes to become their International Editorial Director, where he brought expertise and creative ideas to students and staff across the world, through teaching in their academies.

This position led to a product development consultancy with Procter & Gamble that lasted until 2002, when Gray began consulting as the International Editorial Consultant, advising on ecologically-responsible product development there until 2005.

Gray is a prolific and imaginative image-maker, contributing to editorial shoots for a range of luxury and style titles including Italian, American and British Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Numero and Another Magazine. The informality and quiet conceptualism of his styling has earned him advertising campaigns for brands including Armani, Yves St. Laurent, Givenchy, Lanvin, Hugo Boss, Lancome and Moschino. He has created runway looks for Hermes, Ungaro, Paul Smith, Dsquared, Junya Watanabe and Maison Martin Margiela. His celebrity clients include Michelle Williams, Gwyneth Paltrow, Liv Tyler, Claire Danes, Thandie Newton and Cate Blanchett.

“easiLengths are the next generation hair extensions; fantastic quality hair, faster, cleaner and easier to apply with the most natural color blending available in the market today! On photo shoots from Vogue to Dazed and Confused; models, stylists, photographers and I all agree that the ease of application and exceptionally fine profile of the weft renders the blend invisible and pushed the creative profile of the shoot. As a freelance session stylist I make a living from endorsements but I am more than happy to endorse easiLengths for free because it’s such a great product! I suggest you get out there and try easiLengths for yourself!”


Salon Stylist and Hair Extensions Expert

Rodney Cutler’s humble yet prominent career began at Bumble and Bumble. His work ranges from NYC runway shows and photo shoots to high quality salon service that caters to the everyday woman. Recently he has gained notoriety as the on-call resident hair stylist for Rachael Ray and her tv show guru. Rodney is known as the most genuine hairdresser in the industry and in working with him we second that opinion.


Bumble and Bumble


Rachael Ray – Style Guru

Editorial Work:

Rodney has a team of 85 editorial stylists that work under his direction and brand.

Rodney had his beginnings at Bumble & Bumble and has been quoted in the media as saying “working at Bumble & Bumble exposed me to the highest level of hair dressing”. He has also said with regard to his big breaks that they were “incremental and that one opportunity has opened the door to the next”.

How has Rodney gotten himself to the next level? He has put himself in situations that forced him to push the envelope beyond his comfort zone. He has said “the best way to get your career to the very next level as a hairdresser is to put yourself in work environments that take you out of your area of expertise, whether it’s photo shoots or runway shows.”

Rodney’s favorite hairstyles of all time? The graduated bob “as seen on Louise Brooks” which is timeless. He has also said he loves “Gisele Bundchen’s sexy waves that are just so versatile and consumer friendly that they reintroduced curls in a friendly way that is sexy”.

Rodney hs the reputation of being a great guy and easy to talk to. He doesn’t put on airs or throw his celebrity hairstyling accomplishments around. He is actually quite humble and down-to-earth. Check out Rodney’s NYC salons at

“After using easihair pro’s easiLength’s backstage at New York’s Fashion Week for the last eight seasons I found it to be the most effective superior product that provides incredible results to add length, volume or color in a short period of time. The added excitement about this product is that is not just for hairdressing on the runway and photo shoots but it’s a salon service that caters to the everyday woman, which is why we use them at Cutler”


Celebrity Stylist and Hair Extensions Expert

Sarah Potempa started styling at age 15 eventually attending both Aveda and Pratt Institute’s. She does press events and celebrity photo shoots.


Aveda Institute, NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study


Extensive freelance experience, editorial work for Vogue and Vanity Fair, advertising campaigns, spokesperson for Proctor and Gamble, contributor to publications like US Weekly, People, Fitness, and InStyle.

Editorial Work:

Vogue, Vanity Fair, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, Emmy Rossum, Penn Badgley, Converse by John Varvatos, Sephora, Levi’s.

The celebrity stylist began her career at just the age of fifteen in Chicago, Illinois, where she worked in a small salon that immersed her in the editorial world of fashion and beauty. she received her license in cosmetology from the Aveda Institute and as a teenager attended summer programs at Pratt Institute School of Art and Design. Potempa also graduated from NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study where she focused on business and creativity and gained independence in her field.

An innovative celebrity hairstylist, Sarah Potempa’s technical versatility and cutting-edge vision have made her a high demand stylist on red carpets and photo shoots worldwide. As a stylist, Potempa has extensive freelance experience including editorial work for magazines such as Condé Nast’s renowned Vogue and Vanity Fair. She has been requested for press events and photo shoots by celebrities like Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, Emmy Rossum, Penn Badgley, Chace Crawford, and Lea Michele, as well as advertising campaigns for Converse by John Varvatos, Sephora, and Levi’s.

In addition to being a celebrity favorite, Potempa was selected as a spokesperson for Proctor and Gamble and has contributed to publications like US Weekly, People, Fitness, and InStyle.

Potempa gained much knowledge and firsthand experience as an Assistant for industry giants like, Pantene’s Global Ambassador and celebrity stylist, Danilo Dixon, as well as Bobby Recine (L’Oreal) and Steven Ward.

Based out of New York City, Potempa’s fresh originality and artistic ability have made her a beauty visionary and garnered her much recognition in the high profiled industry.

“easilengths are amazing for adding hair and incorporating multiple tones for really well blended looks, such as the Ombre. They lay completely flat to the scalp which makes styling for more sleek looks, well more easier!”