Jonna Malinowski

Salon Alliance

3329 Hilton Rd, Ferndale MI




Newly Appointed Redken Certified Design Stylist, Jonna Malinowski from (Salon Alliance) Brings the Next Big Hairstyle Trends to [Detroit]

Jonna Malinowski receives recognition as a Redken Certified Colorist and Redken Certified Design Stylist, the highest level of hair design expertise


March, 2015, Ferndale MI – As an exclusive title that is bestowed upon a select group of hairstylists each year Ferndales Jonna Malinowski from Salon Alliance recently excelled into the elite group of Redken Certified Design  and Color Stylists, bringing superior design and finishing service and expertise to the area with a focus on reimagining the latest industry trends. With only TK in the group to date, these stylists study under the industry’s leading professionals and trendsetters to ultimately introduce their own clients to the latest in cutting, updos, blowouts, styling for special occasions, and more. The certification is received after undergoing a lengthy, rigorous test process, and those who excel into this leading group receive immediate industry acclamations and recognition for their cutting and finishing expertise.


“We are thrilled to welcome Jonna Malinowski as an official Redken Certified Design Stylist! We encourage those in the Jonna Malinowski area to take advantage of this exclusive access to a superior stylist in order to learn the latest in hair products, trends, and techniques,” said Sheri Doss, Vice President of Education for Redken.  “When booking an appointment with a Redken Certified Design Stylist, no matter the latest trend they are striving for, clients know they are in the best hands for the best results and salon experience.”


To book an appointment with Jonna Malinowski please call 248-505-2808 to make an appointment. For more information on Redken, please visit  Please note, Redken products can only be guaranteed authentic when purchased from a salon.

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The Best Of

I am excited to introduce my first blog. This is where I'm going to post tips and facts that will make looking good not just look easy but will actually be easy. You will also gain insight on what you can do to get the best out of your cosmetic services.  

I would like to go over the classic tricks and tips  I have already posted on Facebook.  Or what I like to call "Best Of".

Have you ever been out and get a ruff edge on your nail? It usually happens when your wearing tights, ha! Right? Well no fear of tearing your stockings just score yourself some matches and use the sand paper strip as an emery board. Even though smoking isn't legal in doors (at least not in Michigan) you would be surprised how many bars and restraints still carry them. 

Mascara. It clumps and crumbs gets in your eyes. I have two great solutions you can use. One is quick and the other requires a bit more time but has a bonus tip.  First tip: simply take a tissue or toilet paper and wipe the brush off after you pull the wand out of the bottle, and yes before you apply it. Then just go a head and apply. Trust me there is plenty still on there. You will get the dark long lash with out the clumps. Second tip: Apply the mascara immediately after removing the wand to both eyes. Before the product drys completely take a eye brow brush and brush through one eye. Immediately take the excess product you have on the eye brow brush and brush through your eye brows. Repeat on the the other eye quickly. Now you have clumps and highlighted eyebrows. Look at your eyes pop. 

Speaking of mascara. Did you know that you should not use water proof mascara every day? That is right, it is not good for your lashes. They will break and not grow as thick. I recommend a nourishing or hydrating formula.

Your hair is a delicate fiber. you shouldn't wash your hair ever day. I not only drys your hair out by stripping out all the natural oils that your body made special for your type of hair. But it also tears at your hair too much. Hair is more weak when its wet. putting it in its weakest state everyday then pulling a comb through it causes even more breakage and thinning of density. Now you will need even more hair cuts to get off the extra damage that occurs to maintain control over the  style and  health of your hair.

I hope you find these tips helpful. If you have any questions please contact me.