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.”
During what is already one of the most massive weekends in beauty, the inaugural Licensed to Create Awards sets to celebrate its up-and-comers and all-stars.
MODERN invited the Ulta Beauty Pro Team to the Water Street Studio in New York City to share three fresh looks designed to inspire and excite both professionals and clients.
Learn how to recreate this shape with a design line and a soft silver tone.
In this MODERN collection, the Ulta Beauty Pro Team shares their take on three classic clients.
The icy pastels easily transition into spring with soft, iridescent shades.
Hairstyling is in Patrick Kalle’s blood. As a third-generation stylist, Kalle began his career in hairdressing at the young age of 11. In 2004, he joined the Farouk Systems team, and 10 years later, he was named its Global Artistic Director—his current role.