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November 27, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
Celebrity hair stylist Sally Hershberger has sold her house in Beverly Hills for $6,751,500. Set on a half-acre-plus promontory with city and ocean views, the distinctive house has a dramatic curved roofline that echoes the shape of one side of the swimming pool. Built in 1960, the 3,645-square-foot house features its original block walls, terrazzo floors, a media room, an office, three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. There are fireplaces in the living room and master bedroom. Hershberger created actress Meg Ryan's shag haircut, dubbed the “Sally shag,” and has a line of hair care products.
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November 27, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
Celebrity hair stylist Sally Hershberger has sold her house in Beverly Hills for $6,751,500. Set on a half-acre-plus promontory with city and ocean views, the distinctive house has a dramatic curved roofline that echoes the shape of one side of the swimming pool. Built in 1960, the 3,645-square-foot house features its original block walls, terrazzo floors, a media room, an office, three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. There are fireplaces in the living room and master bedroom. Hershberger created actress Meg Ryan's shag haircut, dubbed the “Sally shag,” and has a line of hair care products.
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April 28, 2000 | ANNE BRATSKEIR, NEWSDAY
The ground rules for interviewing celebrities can be strict, and guard-dog publicists sometimes set down onerous conditions. "What's your circulation? She has very little time and is hard to reach," one well-meaning handler asserted recently, before getting into what her client "doesn't want to talk about." Somehow, we passed all the pre-interview stipulations set down by Sally Hershberger's PR machine, so here's her story. Sally who? Sally Hershberger, 39, is a bona fide media darling.
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October 17, 2010 | By Alene Dawson, Special to the Los Angeles Times
As we edge into a new season, you'll want to change your look too, to something that reflects the hottest trends of autumn. You may want to look like Joan from "Mad Men. " Or maybe an edgy Taylor Momsen or natural Halle Berry. All are among the faces of fall. And with some tips from the pros, the looks are easy to achieve. Celebrity hairstylist Sally Hershberger; MAC Cosmetics senior pro makeup artist Victor Cembellin; and celebrity makeup artist Taylor Babaian, author of the books "Style Eyes" and "Asian Faces: The Essential Beauty and Makeup Guide for Asian Women," share their advice.
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October 17, 2010 | By Alene Dawson, Special to the Los Angeles Times
As we edge into a new season, you'll want to change your look too, to something that reflects the hottest trends of autumn. You may want to look like Joan from "Mad Men. " Or maybe an edgy Taylor Momsen or natural Halle Berry. All are among the faces of fall. And with some tips from the pros, the looks are easy to achieve. Celebrity hairstylist Sally Hershberger; MAC Cosmetics senior pro makeup artist Victor Cembellin; and celebrity makeup artist Taylor Babaian, author of the books "Style Eyes" and "Asian Faces: The Essential Beauty and Makeup Guide for Asian Women," share their advice.
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September 28, 2008 | Emili Vesilind, Times Staff Writer
You would think they were talking about a defaced historical landmark, the way the gossip was going: "The place used to be so serene, I didn't even mind that it took three hours to get my hair done," said one highlighted regular of the John Frieda Salon on Melrose Place. "I loved it before they redid it. Now it looks like a coke den," chirped another. Change is hard -- especially for those who shell out $600 for the ne plus ultra of SoCal blond highlights. And, for a certain social set in L.A.
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February 22, 1998
Styled by Helen Mitchell / Celestine L.A.; hair: Sally Hersh-berger / Profile L.A.; makeup: Jeanine Lobel for Stila; fashion assistant: George Kotsiopoulos
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March 9, 2008 | Valli Herman, Times Staff Writer
SHE may be the hair stylist to the stars, and a reality TV star in her own right, but Sally Hershberger wants to get her hands on the heads of ordinary Americans. Her new hair care line, Sally Hershberger Supreme Head, includes 14 moderately priced items sold exclusively, for now, at Walgreen's. Shampoos and conditioners are $9.50, while styling products are $12 -- about half the price of a prestige product, and of course, far, far less than Hershberger's $800 haircuts. Hershberger, a shag specialist with a monthlong waiting list, judge on Bravo's "Shear Genius" and stylist to Brad Pitt, Jane Fonda, Hillary Clinton, Tom Cruise and, most famously, Meg Ryan, says she is letting the rest of us in on the secret to her tousled 'dos.
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November 29, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
Actor Neal McDonough and his wife, Ruve, have sold their home in L.A.'s Windsor Square for $2.65 million. The Colonial-style home, built in 1922, features coved ceilings, wainscoting, French doors and vintage glass doorknobs. The split-level family room opens to a patio with an outdoor kitchen, a wet bar with beer taps, a big-screen television, a lounge area, a spa and a fire pit. The partial basement has a wine cellar. There are five bedrooms, four bathrooms and 4,067 square feet of living space.
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March 21, 1999 | Reva Wildorf
Makeup artists and hairstylists reveal design plans for their clients tonight: "I like the hair to dictate the look, to be the ornament. I'm not into a cheesy glitter look. I prefer elegance and sophistication. Think Grace Kelly, Coco Chanel."--Sally Hershberger, hairstylist for Cate Blanchett "It's a mistake to overdecorate with hair. Annette Bening is so beautiful she doesn't need much. I feel her hair should be straight, shiny and classic. Subtle is the way to go."
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September 28, 2008 | Emili Vesilind, Times Staff Writer
You would think they were talking about a defaced historical landmark, the way the gossip was going: "The place used to be so serene, I didn't even mind that it took three hours to get my hair done," said one highlighted regular of the John Frieda Salon on Melrose Place. "I loved it before they redid it. Now it looks like a coke den," chirped another. Change is hard -- especially for those who shell out $600 for the ne plus ultra of SoCal blond highlights. And, for a certain social set in L.A.
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April 28, 2000 | ANNE BRATSKEIR, NEWSDAY
The ground rules for interviewing celebrities can be strict, and guard-dog publicists sometimes set down onerous conditions. "What's your circulation? She has very little time and is hard to reach," one well-meaning handler asserted recently, before getting into what her client "doesn't want to talk about." Somehow, we passed all the pre-interview stipulations set down by Sally Hershberger's PR machine, so here's her story. Sally who? Sally Hershberger, 39, is a bona fide media darling.
BUSINESS
December 2, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
Actor-comedian Adam Pally and his wife, Daniella Liben, have sold their home in the Fairfax area for $1.625 million. The Spanish-style house, built in 1927 and updated, features such period details as arches, Spanish tile and wall nooks. The 2,428-square-foot house has intricate crown molding, a fireplace, an office, dining and breakfast rooms, three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. French doors open to an outdoor dining area and a swimming pool with a spa. A skylighted garage/bonus room sits off the pool.
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November 29, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
Johnny Rotten of Sex Pistols fame and his wife, German publishing heiress Nora Forster, have listed their place in Malibu at $1.995 million. Set behind gates on a private street and surrounded by lush landscaping, the ocean view house sits above the beach. The 2,528 square feet of living space include a skylighted living room, an office, a rec room, four bedrooms and three bathrooms. This is not a staged property but a lived-in, laid-back second home. The third-of-an-acre property features a swimming pool with a waterfall and spa, a cabana/gym and a bar. Peach, lemon, orange and fig trees complete the grounds.
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