2017 MODERN SALON 100: Tiffany Massey (@tiffanymhair)
Camille Friend, the hair department head for Marvel Studio’s upcoming film Black Panther, is one of the first female hair department heads for Marvel Features and the first African American female department head.
After being in the industry for 15 years, Shelley Gregory’s career catapulted into a technicolor dream thanks to Instagram.
Celebrity hairdresser was personal stylist to First Lady Michelle Obama over two terms.
That little crisscross of lines has become a powerful way to introduce subjects, themes, and even social causes. In the beauty world, the hashtag helps us find each other.
‘Tis the season and love is in the hair. Here’s a list of items every stylists needs to show their hairdresser pride and to keep them in a fine, festive mood, all year long.
Celebrity stylist Jen Atkin dishes on assembling the perfect glam squad, girl power, her Diet Coke addition, and how working with the Kardashians shaped her career.
Katie Manselle will represent North America in the Color Vision category at the Wella Professionals International Trend Vision Awards in London on October 14. It's her second time to the global finals. We ask: what does it take to be a winner?
These artists are making a rainbow connection with the salon world.
“The moment I decided I wanted to go to beauty school, New York Fashion Week was my biggest goal,” said Laura Rocha, 2017 Sebastian Professional’s What’s Next Awards winner. This weekend, with the help of Wella's Hairdressers at Heart and Sebastian Professional’s What’s Next Awards, she’s making it happen.
We love following Danielle Hess' @brushedtoblonde Instagram page because she posts such stunning, glossy, healthy blonde hair. Bonus? She also includes processing photos! See why else she earned a spot on our 2017 MODERN SALON 100.
As a young hairdresser, Kevin Ryan would sometimes do over 20 men’s haircuts in a day.
Meet Daniel Mason-Jones, platform artist, educator, salon owner (and all around great guy), who courageously turned his life around.
It will never not be exciting to see someone achieve massive, well-deserved success, especially when it's someone so genuine, creative, humble and kind. Ashley Crowe, better known as her online persona @astrowifey, has created crazy-cool claws for the likes of Lady Gaga, Zoe Kravitz, Lily Allen, along with her local Chicago-based clientele.