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June 2014

 

It's a Guy Thing: June Modern Salon

All eyes on guys! This issue of MODERN SALON is all about the trends, services, products, cutting and clipper techniques that are making 2014 the year of the well-groomed male.

Don't miss clipper-guru Danny Amorim's "Mad Men" collection, or Rocky Vitelli's fashion-focused photo essay. Then, see seven stories of support, survival and coping with cancer in this month's Healthy Hairdresser. This issue also celebrates 2014’s finalists for the Professional Beauty Association’s 25th annual North American Hairstyling Awards.

SALONS OF THE YEAR 2014
All eyes on guys! This issue of MODERN SALON is all about the trends, services, products, cutting and clipper techniques that are making 2014 the year of the well-groomed male.

Don't miss clipper-guru Danny Amorim's "Mad Men" collection, or Rocky Vitelli's fashion-focused photo essay. Then, see seven stories of support, survival and coping with cancer in this month's Healthy Hairdresser. This issue also celebrates 2014’s finalists for the Professional Beauty Association’s 25th annual North American Hairstyling Awards.

Join PBA and MODERN for the star-studded evening July 13 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. And if you’re unable to attend, MODERN teamed up with L'Oreal Professional Products to bring you the exclusive NAHA live-streaming broadcast. Sign up for updates and see the full finalist collections at modernsalon.com/naha.

 

Hair: Danny Amorim

Photography: Roberto Ligresti

Grooming: David Maderich, for MAC Cosmetics

Fashion Styling: Rod Novoa

Assistant Fashion Styling:  Dennis Pinto

In This Issue

Industry News

CHOOSE BEAUTY: Diana Schmidtke, a Guy's Gal

Diana Schmidtke, a celebrity men’s groomer whose impressive roster of clients includes Hollywood’s hottest leading men including George Clooney, Robert Pattinson, and Chris Hemsworth, saw her career path pointing toward beauty after she had been on the receiving end of a hairdresser and makeup artist’s expert touch.

Issue Archives

A New School Of Perms

The “bigger-is-better” perms commonly associated with the ’80s might conjure up thoughts of tight, poodle curls, large metal rods and off-putting odors. But as perm technology has evolved and become more customizable, perms can be used to control texture, create natural looking waves or add volume to straight hair.

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