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Express Yourself: Faux Lengths How-To

Learn how to create a faux length look from Sexy Hair Artistic Director Rafe Hardy and Sexy Hair International Master Artist Dawn Atkinson.

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Express Yourself

In addition to helping your client maintain her fresh look between visits, teaching her how to style her new ’do for special occasions is also a great way to help market your salon’s styling products and tools.

Sexy Contrast: Sneak Peek at New Sexy Hair Collection

The new cutting and styling collection from Sexy Hair celebrates the power of opposites to attract.

Sexy Hair At NYFW: The Blonds S/S '17

It was quite a sexy fashion week for the 11 artists who won Sexy Hair’s "Faux-tography" contest who came to New York City during New York Fashion Week to work on the hair for The Blonds S/S 2017 collection, one of the most ...

California Dreamin' Collection from Sexy Hair

Sexy Hair created its California Dreamin’ collection to empower, inspire and stimulate stylists’ creativity.

Ace of Braids

For these looks, Rafe Hardy, artistic director for Sexy Hair, and Nadirah Volpe, Sexy Hair master artist, created braided beauties—strong and architectural, and soft and loosely defined.

Sexy Hair in Malibu: Photo Shoot for New Collection Celebrates California Spirit

A brand born near the beaches and raised in the rays of the SoCal sun, Sexy Hair continues to celebrate its origins with its haircut and style collections.  A recent photo shoot was held at the Malibu estate of ageless beauty, actress, ...

NYFW: Betsey Johnson Beauty: Sexy Hair, Morgan Taylor and Kryolan

The Sexy Hair team created sexy hair for the Betsey Johnson SS 2015 collection presented this week at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week during NYFW. Also get the background of make up by Kelly Thompson for Kryolan and nails by Morgan Taylor.

SNEAK PEEK: Sexy Hair's New Modern Hollywood Collection

While the full reveal will be in January, MODERN went backstage with the Sexy Hair team to see them create their newest collection.

Editor's Note: New Classics

MODERN’s Executive Editor Alison Shipley directs this constant stream of social media team coverage, along with coordinating and editing our features, step-by-step education and other core content in the magazine. I asked her to summarize “what’s new” from our guest artists this month, and her answer was resoundingly “the classics.” Reinventing what’s old is truly new. Again.