Harper’s Bazaar: December 2011

Beyoncé calls on Neal Farinahnb-12-2011v2
December 9, 2011

Deemed “Beyoncé’s ‘Mane’ Man”, in The Trinidad Guardian in 2010, Neal Farinah has also comeback with the singer, propelling Beyoncé’s vision. As the global sensation returns to the spotlight Farinah has accompanied her on several appearances, including the Target commercial, mini concert in France, and on Good Morning America. Farinah states, “With little time between concerts abroad and home, It’s important that Beyoncé’s hair is always glamorous yet electrifying on and off stage.”

Working with Beyoncé in the past, Farinah has reemerged with the singer, enhancing her ravishing youthfulness and appeal. Farinah has worked on the Beyoncé’s “4” album packaging, and on the superstars triumph of being the 1st woman to Headline the Glastonbury Festival, the largest open-air performing arts festival in the world. According to Farinah, “Being able to accompany Beyoncé on a pinnacle moment in her career made me extremely happy for her and ready to compliment her undertakings.

Farinah’s work has been featured in numerous print publications such as Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, and Marie Claire. His national ad campaigns include Beyoncé’s Emporio Armani’s Diamonds fragrance and American Express commercials. Farinah operates his own beauty salon self titled ‘Neal Farinah Salon’ in New York City and is in the process of developing a line of hair styling tools. Neal states, “As Beyoncé or any of my clients hits the stage, street, even subway, I am fully confident that their hair will enhance, compliment and sustain their personal platform.