Stylist from Glow Salon & Spa makes next "Survivor"
Erinn Lobdell is the latest Milwaukee-area reality television contestant. The 26-year-old is featured on the latest installment of "Survivor" called "Survivor: Tocantins." Lobdell, one of 16 contestants, works at Glow Salon & Spa.
Here's Lobdell's bio, according to TV Guide: "Erinn Lobdell, 26, is a hairstylist from Waukesha, Wis. She believes that her gift to get a stranger to trust her in five minutes will help her a lot on the show. 'I work at a nice salon, so if this works out for me, I'll be the new owner when I get home,' she quipped."
This is Lobdell's bio from glowsalonandspa.com:
"Erinn graduated from the Aveda Institute of Beauty and Wellness in Downtown Milwaukee. She then went on to work downtown at a very high profile salon specializing in high fashion and creative hair styling, where she went through a rigorous training program working under some of Milwaukee's top stylists.
"While there, she also gained experience styling hair and makeup for runway and fashion photography. Erinn continues this type work at Glow Salon and Spa, and her work is now featured in Glow's print ads. She also styles hair for music videos and album photography.
"Erinn specializes in creative cut and color, and also offers manicure, pedicure and waxing services. With an eye for fashion and design, it's easy for her to see the "little something extra" that can update an entire look. She keeps her skills current by not only attending classes and events, but also by keeping a close watch on trends in fashion, art, music, architecture and just about anything else one can take inspiration from. Erinn is committed to the idea that as Milwaukee is coming up more and more as a major metropolitan city, its citizens need to reflect those changes. She feels that Glow is the perfect place to do so. Come in for an appointment with Erinn and get in sync with this great city!"
The "Survivor" contestants will be exiled for 39 days in what CBS says is a "rugged" highland of Brazil, Tocantins, where there are plenty of rivers but the temperatures can be unforgiving. The two tribes are called Jalapao and Timbira.
This season, CBS lowered the show's minimum age requirement from 21 to 18 years old.A 19-year-old college student from Lakeland, Fla., will be the youngest castaway in "Survivor" history.
The new season begins Thursday, Feb. 12 on CBS and cbs.com.
C'mon Karkas! (Arks00) you still watch the show. You invited me to the premiere at your place. You told me you were going to order toppers and everything....liar.
Give me a break arks00. I suppose Survivor is too low-brow for you, like every other popular thing. Survivor still finishes in the top 15 Nielsen-rated shows each week.
From the survivor website, here's her pic and bio: http://www.zap2it.com/news/custom/photogallery/tv/zap-photogallery-survivortocantins-s18,0,95745.photogallery?index=6
seriously... this show is still on? Better yet, people still watch it??
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