Sebastian Professional Lead International Stylist Anthony Cole incorporated natural elements into the hair look for the Christian Siriano A/W 2017 collection. Here he shares the details.
This client wanted to get rid of the brass and turn ashy! Here's the how-to.
If being a trichologist doesn’t suit you but you love doing hair, you might want to consider specializing in hair replacement.
Think fine-haired clients can't have big, bulky braids? Think again! This braided fishtail halo was created for an angel-themed photoshoot, but we think it's perfect for brides, wedding parties, the grocery store, soccer games...can you tell we love it? Hair: Katie D'Souza of Bridal Hair Couture By Katie
From brass to class! See how this colorist transformed her client into a beautiful, winter blonde goddess.
MODERN SALON’s HAIR+ research revealed younger clients love to experiment with hair styles, thinking of hair as a part of the vibe they’re portraying to the world.These celebrities are the trailblazers of the hair-as-an-accessory movement.
There are many ways to introduce your client to color, but offering color without the commitment can make it even more enticing. Add in volume and length and you have one of the biggest trends of 2016 and one of the most profitable services in the salon today—extensions.
"My client is usually a short haired beauty, but she wanted to try to grow her hair out," says Alysha Cornetta (@AmoreHairDesign) of Amore Hair Design, Gallery Salons, Foxboro, MA. "We applied the Donna Bella tape-in hair extensions. We originally got them to match her before color but then after consultation she really wanted to be red again." Get the details for the how-to.
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Laura Griepentrog (@TeaseSalonOC) of Tease Salon, Costa Mesa, California, got a chance to exercise her color and extension talents for this first time client. Here she shares the details:Step 1: Weave babylights and some backcombed ...