This month’s challenge is simply to pick (and practice) one basic, fundamental skill or habit in each area—hairdressing and personal wellness—throughout December. Try each for a few days, then share a sentence or two about how it is going on modernsalon.com/healthy.
Paul Suttles, senior director, education implementation, at Pivot Point International in Chicago serves as a role model for health in body/spirit/business. Suttles offers his approach to health in his 15 years in the industry.
The bright colors of 2015 threw some shade in 2016—in the best possible way. Deeper, saturated jewel tones reigned as the queens of color, continuing the new standard of fashion shades but with an added hint of darkness.
Rachael Hoffman, Keune's vice president of marketing and brand development, talks with MODERN about 90 years of this heritage hairdressing brand. .
MODERN SALON’s HAIR+ research revealed younger clients love to experiment with hair styles, thinking of hair as a part of the vibe they’re portraying to the world.These celebrities are the trailblazers of the hair-as-an-accessory movement.
There are many ways to introduce your client to color, but offering color without the commitment can make it even more enticing. Add in volume and length and you have one of the biggest trends of 2016 and one of the most profitable services in the salon today—extensions.
International session stylist Gary Baker, creative director for Unite, designs a collection that emphasizes clean lines and silhouettes for an impactful and precise collection of hair cuts.