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Interview: Addicted To Style At Janine Jarman's Gothic-Victorian Hairroin Salon

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Salon owner, style maven, and semi finalist on Bravo's "Shear Genius," Janine Jarman is an interesting gal in an interesting place doing interesting things. We chatted with the petite powerhouse at her Cahuenga Corridor headquarters, Hairroin Salon and emailed some questions back and forth. Here's what's up with Janine...

Q) How long have you lived in Los Angeles and how do you incorporate the city's constant reinvention with your skills of personal reinvention?

I have lived in LA for close to 6 years now. It really is great being in a big city with tons of inspirational outlets. Museums, the Huntington, great restaurants, wonderful art shows, and ever-evolving music scene. It is a perfect inspiration paradise.

Q) The internets tell us you're an avid traveler. When you're home in Los Angeles, where do you like to be? Local haunts? Favorite parts of the city? Late night taco truck? Secret hiking trail?

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I travel to NY for work quite often, but if I'm traveling for fun, up the coast to San Luis Obisbo on the back of my husband's motorcycle is a favorite of mine. I also love Palm Springs. As for locally, a friend of mine took me to a natural waterfall and swimming hole hike out in Altadena and I love the Grilled Gheese Truck and Cool Haus ice cream truck (I had them at my wedding). Favorite food spot on the downtown tip (where I reside) is Wurstkuche sausage kitchen.