Red Bank Salon Helps MTV Makeover Hip Hop Dance Wannabe on Episode of Made

MTV selects Red Bank Salon for hip hop makeover episode of MADE. A NJ teen received makeup,cut and color courtesy of the Glen Goldbaum salon to help transform a regular teen into a hip hop dancer.

Online PR News – 22-October-2009 – – Red Bank’s trend setting west side salon, Glen Goldbaum 72, was again tapped as a fashion fix resource for an episode of MADE on MTV. The episode featured young NJ teens who aspired to become hip hop dancers. The Glen Goldbaum salon donated makeup, cut and color for the makeover portion of the show.

MTV’s MADE helps transform regular kids into beauty pageant winners, athletes, dancers and more. The Hip Hop Dance Battle part 2 featured 3 very different NJ high school teenagers who all had one common goal; they wanted to be made into hip hop dancers. The episode featured a special performance from hip hop star Pitbull and a live dance performance from the three teens at the Count Basie Theater in Red Bank.

The Glen Goldbaum Salon on Red Bank’s west side was asked to perform a makeover on one of the three competing teens, Emily. The salon provided Emily with makeup, a haircut and color as part of her makeover transformation.

According to Victoria Marfan of MTV’s MADE, “We choose the Glen Goldbaum salon in Red Bank as the location for Emily Scharen's makeover on the MADE Hip Hop Dance Battle because we wanted a place that was very chic, upscale and professional. We were very impressed with the top-notch service that Emily received. In addition, her friends and family were blown away by her transformation. Without Glen Goldbaum and his amazing staff, the show would not have been the same.”

The episode of MADE on MTV featuring Glen Goldbaum 72 aired on October 10th.

For more information on the Glen Goldbaum Salon in Red Bank, NJ, visit .

About Glen Goldbaum:
Glen Goldbaum is a master stylist and a hands-on educator for emerging stylists, with over 25 years experience in Manhattan. He is a former senior stylist and head educator for Vidal Sassoon, and was a member of the Kim Lepine Salon on Madison Avenue in New York. He has also been a leader for hair stylists at Paul Mitchell's New York Academy.

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