Whether you’re more comfortable using a brush and bowl or want to step outside of the box, L’anza Design Team Member Vernon Fuentes of Pulse Hair Salon in Denver explains how to create a unique, multidimensional airbrush color effect.
Building a strong Instagram presence is essential to standing out in the beauty industry, and utilizing this free social service can be one of your best marketing tools. Learn some vital tips and tricks straight from the MODERN editorial team on how you can start boosting your business today with the help of social media.
The 2017 HAIR+ Summit provided heaps of education for attendees, but an integral part of the summit is the connections stylists, owners and medical professionals make with one another while they're there. Take a look at some of the attendees that made their way to Atlanta for the 2017 HAIR+ Summit.
The only beauty industry event of its kind, BBR – now in its 16th run - offers unparalleled opportunities for global brands to meet in an intimate environment to forge partnerships and discuss how beauty brands are expanding into new channels, distributions, and next-gen customers.
Wella’s event in London revealed two hair trends for 2018 that celebrate diversity in color and inspiration.
Larisa Love offers her tip on how to win a competition. The artist just wrapped up judging Wella's International Trend Vision 2017 in London. In this short video she gives a great suggestion and an overview of the US finalists.
The ITVA 2017 Parade of Nations - one of the best ever. Look for your favorite team.
The winners of the 2017 Wella Professionals International Trend Vision Awards were chosen from a global field of talented hairdressing competitors. The judges have named their favorites and they are...
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?
The International Wella Professionals Trend Vision Awards (ITVA) will take place on Oct. 14 in London. Here's a quick snapshot of the competition—its history, meaning, and why hairdressers, everywhere, should explore their creative talents and enter this life-changing contest.
Color Zoom 101: Every year, Goldwell releases a trend collection that is used as the inspiration for its annual haircolor and style competition, Color Zoom. Across the globe, Color Zoom starts on a national level. Beauty pros compete in three categories— Creative Colorist, New Talent Colorist, Partner Colorist—by submitting a photo of their interpretation of the trend. Once the Gold winners of each category are determined on a national level, they go on to compete internationally on behalf of their respective countries during a live recreation of the look on their model—including the hair color—in front of a judging panel and audience. The international leg of the competition takes place in a new city each year.
In the first education session at the Keune Midwest Academy, headquartered at Genacelli East Studio Salon in Chicago, Keune North America Creative Ambassador George Alderete and Keune Academy Trainer Gareth Palmer, led stylists of varying tenure and skill levels through the art of marrying cut and color.