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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?

Haloa Body Company

What is your industry?

Retailing

What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?

Clean, asexual, and modern, but not completely serious and sterile.

What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)

I like clean looks that use white space in a creative way.

Here are some examples:
http://www.haloabody.com/uploads/1/7/2/1...
http://www.haloabody.com/uploads/1/7/2/1...
http://www.haloabody.com/uploads/1/7/2/1...

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SHOULD THE ENTIRE COMPANY NAME BE INCLUDED IN THE LOGO?
My initial thoughts are yes. However, if you have a great design idea that only fits one word (go for 'Haloa') or is purely image-based, go for it. I may like it.

WHAT DOES HALOA BODY COMPANY DO?
Haloa Body Company is poised to become a leading company focused on all-natural wellness and abundant life. Its flagship product is the Lemon Tea Body Cleanse & Detox, an organic-based bath product. Next steps are an expanded line of all-natural bath and skin products, and wellness coaching and publications.

WHO IS HALOA BODY COMPANY'S TARGET AUDIENCE?
It's primary target audience is the 25-40 year old empowered woman. She takes life by the horns, she researches what is best for her body and her spirit, and she has a clear sense of self. What she wears isn't important - it's how she carries herself. She may shop in a thrift store, she may get all of her clean-line clothing custom-tailored. Either way, she's willing to invest most in herself and her health. She is the one buying these products for herself.

WHAT IMAGES SHOULD BE INCORPORATED INTO THE LOGO?
Haloa is a hawaiian word. Read up on the background of the word here: http://www.haloabody.com/index.html The symbol used for Haloa is the taro plant - a potato-like plant characterized by its giant leaf.

ANY SPECIFIC COLORS IN MIND?
I like the idea of sticking with the green of the Taro plant. I don't like the use of a lot of gradient.

WHERE WILL THE LOGO BE USED?
Online, print (business cards, publications), and product labels.

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