We are so excited to introduce you to a new expert that will be contributing here regularly. Kelly “Betty” has dedicated her 30 +year career as a Haircolor specialist to the elevation of hair color as an art form.

Trained in New York and Paris, Kelly Betty has developed a meticulous artistic approach to professional colour and is known for her creativity and specialization in corrective techniques. She excels at creating a color that will not only work with your individual look but one that will also suit your lifestyle, whether you desire an all over color or dimensional color like a finely woven tapestry.

Kelly Betty is Technical Director at TAZ Hairco in Toronto, ON. A highly respected educator in the beauty industry, she has taught for L’Oreal and Schwartzkopf, and was a presenter for L’Oreal at the International Haircolour Exchange.  Kelly Betty is presently a L’Oreal Ambassador Colourist for Canada.

She is a three time nominee for Contessa  Master Colourist Canada.  Kelly Betty’s philosophy is to make a trend not follow one.

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Kelly Betty

We know that Kelly is going to be helping in providing some great content! She was pretty ecstatic about becoming a Vergo Expert:

“I am very excited to be a part of the team at VERGO EXPERTS! I not only specialize in haircolour, I am also a hair loss expert in my field.

Having my own experience with hairloss 6 years ago combined with menopause led me to study why women lose hair and what can be done about it.

I have written and teach a class for hairdressers across Canada on women’s hair loss.

There are 3 categories of hair loss with different reasons and solutions. I look forward to sharing this information, tips on what can be done and answering any questions you may have to help you through this process.”

If you would like to learn more about Kelly in the meantime, be sure to check out her Facebook & Instagram page!

@kellybcolorist      @Kellybcolorist


Meet Deborah Kerr. She's a huge advocate for patient-focused healthcare. After twenty years of store management in community pharmacy, and ten years of corporate management for independent pharmacy, she developed an itch. The more she scratched, the more it spread. Why does menopause take so many women by surprise? Why does it have the ability to impact relationships, and families, and workplaces. It's insidious. She found herself shouting, "there has to be a better way".

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