NAHA 2019 - There are changes afoot. If you are interested in entering, get the scoop directly from Jessie Marshall, Director of Education and Competition Programs for the Professional Beauty Association (PBA.)
Meet the ULTA Beauty Pro team and the NextGen artists they will mentor.
Wella will bring the Wella Trend Vision theme to the Beauty Changes Lives Experience runway on Sunday, April 29.
With her client's hair melted and hanging in stringy bits, this talented hairdresser brought her A-game to this amazing makeover.
As the countdown to the 6th Beauty Changes Lives Experience continues, meet the NextGen team representing Redken on the runway.
The NextGen team representing Matrix Professional will share their interpretation of the theme “Exposed” on the Beauty Changes Lives Experience fashion runway, Sunday April 29, during America’s Beauty Show.
During the ordeal, I kept thinking of how I must warn all cosmetologists of the need for self care.
Pricing is one of the most important business decisions you will ever make as a haircutter. Here are five tips for effective pricing and price management.
Whitaker is an educator and motivator with a worldwide reputation based on more than 30 years of experience in the hairdressing industry.
Hair is in Kim Kimble's DNA. The third-generation hair stylist has worked on films, television shows, done work for magazines, and has a hair care brand under her own name. At this year’s Premiere Orlando, attendees will have the opportunity take part in a live photo shoot while learning from Kimble's expertise.
The change in season can trigger a change in hair color for clients. The SOLO Artist Advisory Council of industry experts answer how you can help your clients transition color according to the season.
After working in many salons as an employee, manager, wedding coordinator and as a self-employed stylist, Gioia Gomez, currently based at Akasu Hair Studio & Spa, in Portland, Oregon, found the perfect balance. “There are many different ways to be a productive, proﬁtable hairdresser. No one way is the right way for everyone,” she says. “I’ve found being a solo artist is a perfect ﬁt for me.”