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Special events don't have to be few and far between. Keep things exciting by having them regularly.

By Nichole L. Torres

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Saschah Bianchin and Barton Liang make almost every day aspecial experience for their Salon Liv clients. This luxuriousChicago salon offers more than your typical cut, color and style.They created "Liv the Experience," an event held everyThursday night for their clients to come in, drink champagne andhave their makeup refreshed for a night on the town. "We havechampagne and strawberries-they just love it. It'sdifferent," says Bianchin, 28.

Bianchin and Liang also offer Liv Express, an everyday servicefor working professionals who want a quick cut, style and headmassage in 60 minutes or less. "We want them to have anexperience to remember," says Liang, 34. "They feelspecial."

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