Graham Professional Beauty Launches Embossed Sanek See-Thru Foil

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Monday, April 09, 2007
Graham Professional Beauty Launches Embossed Sanek® See-Thru Foil™

  • For more information, contact:
    Stephanie Bohrer
    Marketing Manager
    (800) 490-5400 ext. 5334
    [email protected]
     
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

    Graham Beauty Launches
    Embossed Sanek ® See-Thru Foil™

    Green Bay, WI, (April 9, 2007) – Graham Professional Beauty introduces Embossed Sanek See-Thru Foil! The See-Thru Foil features a clear viewing strip down the center of the foil that acts like a window during the coloring / highlighting process. The new embossed texture minimizes the potential for the foil to slip during use further ensuring an optimal result.
     
    “It was evident from our stylist focus groups that an opportunity existed for an embossed See-Thru foil to complement our existing smooth See-Thru foil products. Adding a texture to the foil provides additional protection against foils slipping during use thereby minimizing the potential for color to bleed,” said Stephanie Bohrer, Marketing Manager with Graham Professional Beauty.
     
    The embossed See-Thru Foil is available in a 35-count pack of precut sheets and a 200’ roll. The 200’ has a serrated edge allowing the stylist to dispense the length of foil needed based on the client’s hair.
     
    Distributors may contact Stephanie Bohrer at 920-490-5334 for more information.
     
    Graham Professional Beauty provides sundry products that promote sanitation, save time and provide solutions for the professional beauty industry. Product brands include Sanek, CelluCotton® Coil, PST® and Wubbies® towels, Barbee® Gloves, HandsDown® nail products and Spa Essentials® spa products.
     
    Graham Beauty is a subsidiary of Little Rapids Corporation located in Green Bay, WI. Little Rapids Corporation has established a long tradition of success as a specialty paper producer and converter with over 100 years of papermaking experience. Its papermaking and converting operations have grown from a modest manufacturer serving regional markets to state-of-the-art facilities serving the needs of market leaders worldwide.

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