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Hairstyles

Hairstyles
International edition cover
Editor Juan Prat
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Ediciones Prensa y Video, Barcelona
Founder Gina Caca
First issue February 1969
Language Spanish, English, Italian, French, Serbian, Turkish
Website hair-factory.com

Hairstyles is a title used for international editions of a professional hairdressing magazine originally published in Barcelona, Spain under the name Peluquerias.[1] The founder of the magazine is Spanish hairdresser Lluis Llongueras.

Peluquerias is a monthly magazine that has been published since February 1969. Among other licensed editions, the Serbian edition named Hairstyles na srpskom has been published since June 2002 as a bimonthly edition.

As of 2009, under the name Hairstyles, there are local editions in Serbia,[2] Argentina, Italy[3] and Turkey.[4] Beside that, in past there were editions in Mexico, Dominican Republic and Croatia, but they ended with their publishing.

References

  1. ^ Spanish publisher: Ediciones Prensa y Video sl
  2. ^ Serbian publisher: Ikomo d.o.o.
  3. ^ Italian publisher: Teleservice Editrice srl
  4. ^ Turkish publisher: Refleks reklammcilik yayincilik
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