The Original Pomade is designed to give guys a classic, strong hold with shine.
The Quebec, Canada-based salon owner, international barber and educator rocks a signature look complete with colorful tattoos, bright track pants, and a neatly groomed mustache and cropped hairstyle. Men’s Hairstylist of the Year with killer style—who better to honor in MODERN's annual men’s issue?!
It doesn’t sound hyperbolic to be certain that the men’s grooming boom is here to stay—but, it hasn’t always been that way. Paul Wilson, American Crew Global Artistic Director, talks men’s grooming history, trends and the everlasting importance of education.
Interviewed by Winn Claybaugh, Stacey discusses her 30-year career and breaking boundaries as a high-profile female in a male-dominated culture. As a single mom to three daughters, she answers the question, “Can a woman have it all?” Stacey’s message of “Never limit yourself” will certainly inspire.
“I’m using what God gave me and what I learned early on in recovery to make great shapes and styles and to change someone’s life. That’s the power of a haircut.”
Barber and educator Rodrick Samuels creates a variety of textures to show the design possibilities in men's grooming.
He plays a superhero, but see how this real-life hero made his beard removal a statement-making moment.
Frank Gambuzza uses a razor to remove density and change the texture of the hair. "It's all about versatility and flexibility," Gambuzza, owner of Salon Visage, Knoxville, Tennessee, says. Here he shares tips and demonstrates in a short video.
“The Look” competition shines spotlight on six pros from among Sport Clips Haircuts' 18,000 stylists.
"The best salons have a niche opportunity for anyone with barbering skills. You can work in high end salons for both women’s and men’s services and make a great income.”
Sport Clips Haircuts was recognized by HillVets as one of its top six "Businesses that Support Veterans" awards at a gala in Washington D.C.