Oh, I got the pictures from our trip to Zurich today. I left Switzerland with a huge smile on my face. Partly because it was nice to get some alone time, he he, but also because everything turned out so well. If you’re living in Zurich or passing through, I can really recommend to stop by Scandinavia Hair if you want to get your hair done. It was so much fun to listen to Anna, the founder of the salon. She moved to the US to study, met Serafin from Switzerland, and decided to go back with him after finishing her education. They started the salon together last year and so far they’ve been doing great. Entrepreneur stories including love is just amazing.
Serafin is in the middle, and Anna is wearing a brown shirt.
The salon sold our mascara (!) that’s out of stock everywhere. I’ve noticed that the mascara “18 Hours” is being auctioned at Tradera. It’s an amazing mascara. I’ll tell you more about it once it’s re-launched in May. We manufacture all of our products here in Sweden, except for the mascara that’s being made in Italy. Italy’s a great country but sometimes the manufacturing process is a bit slow… 🙂
Anna and I are talking about the collaboration between the salon and LCC.
It went pretty well to speak English. I had some issues when I was talking about how much I sweat and how that’s the reason I developed our deodorant. I really wanted to emphasize the fact that I sweat more than “normal”, but I said: “I sweat EVERYWHERE”. The audience must’ve associated that with more private, embarrassing areas… He he.
Me and the super couple! Serafin from Switzerland thinks that Swedish women are so intense (in a good way), and that we have an “I can do it myself” mentality. He offered to pull my suitcase but I said I can do it myself. When I studied in Zurich I was in a class with males only, and I got so sick of all the guys always trying to help me with elementary tasks. If I go on a date I think it’s sweet when the guy holds the door open for me or help me carry something, but in my everyday life I can open the door myself.