Topic: fashion

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Expert Advice

Black is the New Black

Chandler Rollins | October 28, 2014

It's timeless, figure-flattering, chic, stylish and most importantly stain repellent— it's the signature color of our industry and here's how to style it.TIP 1: Play With TextureIt's true, black goes with everything. From ...

Hairstyling & Updos

Fairy Tale Weddings: Soft Texture

Lauren Salapatek | June 8, 2012

Texture takes center stage this bridal season. According to Marek Hartwig, owner and bridal stylist at Marek Bridal in Chicago, and Artistic Director at Frank Gironda Salon & Day Spa in Wheaton, Illinois, this bridal season can be broken down into three categories.


Session Talent

April 24, 2012

The creative juices were flowing at Artist Session 8, MODERN SALON Media’s two-day workshop designed to offer direction, inspiration, enlightenment and a top-notch photoshoot opportunity for professional hairdressers.


Hair Chalking: How-To Get the Dipped Dyed Look

Alison Alhamed | March 8, 2012

COLORISTS! Every time MODERN SALON posts a pic on Facebook of someone sporting hair reminiscent of hair chalking, you guys go nuts! This last time I posted a pic from MODERN fan Theresa Ferrer Contreras, it got 445 shares, 1,580 "likes" and nearly 300 comments. EVERYONE loves this look!


Pureology Styles Hair at Eco-Fashion Show

Lauren Salapatek | February 7, 2012

As an ongoing supporter of Global Green USA, Pureology stylists led the Eco-Chic Fashion Show hair team at Global Green USA’s 7th Annual Gorgeous and Green benefit in San Francisco, which celebrated the organization’s smart climate solutions.

Expert Advice

Curls on the Catwalk

Cassidy Blackwell | January 16, 2012

The spotlight is on texture in the fashion industry, and we don’t mean tweeds, wools and ruching. Curls, kinks and waves are front and center on the runway this season.

Industry News

J Mendel Show

Maggie Mulhern | July 10, 2011

J Mendel is a fave show for all the top editors, stylists and buyers. The fashions at this gallery show were breathtaking and the hair, designed by Odile Gilbert (for Moroccanoil), was full, wide and totally perfect.

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