House of History, LLC.~ Partners~Beauty & Art together create a Great History!
Maria Cutti LE, CPE is the owner of Hair Care Electrolysis located in Central NJ, serving Matawan, Aberdeen, Hazlet, Colts Neck, Holmdel, Old Bridge, the Amboy’s and surrounding areas. I became an Electrologist after my daughter developed unsightly hair due to PCOS as a young teen. After many disappointing experiences with hair removal for my daughter, I decided to learn the profession and become the best possible Electrologist serving my clients with skilled professionalism and integrity. I knew that knowledge, skill and cleanliness would be my criteria to achieve excellence. I attend Continuing Education courses to update my knowledge of the profession.
I am proud of my 15 year profession and have succeeded in removing unwanted hair from countless clients helping them to restore their self-confidence and achieve smooth hair free skin.
House of History, LLC. is happy to coordinate all of your related services and rentals.
In order for "beauty to be in the eye of the beholder"
we will arrange & coordinate the services that will have you & your family
looking all their best for any event!
With a Personal Artist who has Great Talent
to capture any moment you wish, all you have to do is ask!
We place the order for you.
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Sally Rahman Artist Statement -
" My artwork revolves around vibrancy, nature, beauty, femininity and more importantly culture. While my work is quite diverse, a lot of my inspiration comes from my cultural background. I create a series of work that have a classical essence with a modern style to it.
My choice of mediums are the type that dry quickly such as acrylic or water color, and my color palettes are florescent and vivid. My choice of colors are very significant to my style, I choose colors based on what I feel is more aesthetically pleasing to my own eye.
A majority of my work was created during my years as a Fine Arts major at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Now as a recent graduate with a Bachelors of Fine Arts, I had finally found my own unique style of art during my final year of college.
Along with my most recent work I've chosen to display some of my student work as well because an artist's past work, no matter how different they may seem from their present work, they'll always connect to each other one way or another."