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Denie Schach

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HairDini Inventive Products Corp

HQ Phone:  (707) 443-2289

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HairDini Inventive Products Corp

1239 C Street

Eureka, California,95501

United States

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SECRETS FROM WOMEN INVENTORS BEHIND FAMOUS HAIR ACCESSORIES© - Accessory Brainstorms

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Denie Schach, the inventor of Hairdini™ (a peanut-shaped, bendable hair tool that creates dozens of up-do styles), was always into hair.
Since the age of 15, she did the hair of everyone from her mother to prom attendees. She even received a scholarship to go to beauty school. She loved recreating what she saw in fashion magazines and on TV. She had thought about becoming an actress, dancer or fashion designer. As far as being a fashionista, she says "I did get into magazines and love fashion, however money was very tight and I was an immigrant child at a catholic school - my dad a janitor. Denie advises future inventors to make sure their "products are things the majority of people would find useful and to price it accordingly.


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SECRETS FROM WOMEN INVENTORS BEHIND FAMOUS HAIR ACCESSORIES© - Accessory Brainstorms

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Denie Schach, the inventor of Hairdini™ (a peanut-shaped, bendable hair tool that creates dozens of up-do styles), was always into hair.
Since the age of 15, she did the hair of everyone from her mother to prom attendees. She even received a scholarship to go to beauty school. She loved recreating what she saw in fashion magazines and on TV. She had thought about becoming an actress, dancer or fashion designer. As far as being a fashionista, she says "I did get into magazines and love fashion, however money was very tight and I was an immigrant child at a catholic school - my dad a janitor. Denie advises future inventors to make sure their "products are things the majority of people would find useful and to price it accordingly.


The Women Inventors Behind Them – Famous Hair Accessories | Inventors Help Inventors

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Denie Schach, the inventor of Hairdini(TM) (a peanut-shaped, bendable hair tool that creates dozens of up-do styles), was always into hair.
Since the age of 15, she did the hair of everyone from her mother to prom attendees. She even received a scholarship to go to beauty school. She loved recreating what she saw in fashion magazines and on TV. She had thought about becoming an actress, dancer or fashion designer. As far as being a fashionista, she says "I did get into magazines and love fashion, however money was very tight and I was an immigrant child at a catholic school - my dad a janitor. Denie advises future inventors to make sure their "products are things the majority of people would find useful and to price it accordingly.


Press Release: Making money without leaving Humboldt | News Articles

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One such case was Denie Schach, owner of Hairdini Inventive Products, and Sharon Taylor of Reflections Jewelry.
"You wouldn't think you could make these kind of connections in Humboldt County," Schach said.


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