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2017 MODERN SALON 100: Rebecca Taylor @rebeccataylorhair

Alison Alhamed | August 3, 2017 | 12:11 PM
Rebecca Taylor @rebeccataylorhair

Stop what you're doing and run, go follow Rebecca Taylor on Instagram if you don't already (actually, finish reading all the reasons we love her page first). Her color work is amazing and she has the best personality that comes out in her posts and captions. See why else she is featured in our 2017 MODERN SALON 100.

Handle: @rebeccataylorhair

Name: Rebecca Taylor

Salon: Rebecca Taylor Hair, West Hollywood, California

Specialty: Vibrant color

Followers: 503K

Age: 35

Favorite apps: MOLDIV, PicTapGo, Facetune

Favorite hashtags: #rainbowhair #platinum #platinumblonde #hairvideo #hairtutorial #education

I follow: All major hair networks, stylists who’ve taken my classes so I can o er words of encouragement and watch their progress.

Rebecca Taylor's beautiful work on Instagarm.
Rebecca Taylor's beautiful work on Instagarm.
Pro tip: Make sure your imagery is as perfect as possible, engage as much as possible, and share as much information/education as you can.

Favorite products: B3, Kenra, Sexy Hair, Redken

How social media has changed my life: It’s allowed me to network with hundreds of thousands of stylists/companies, it’s gotten my work out there and made it visible to important beauty networks and individuals, it’s helped me grow and to try to inspire others.

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