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Giannandrea's 2020 Trend Forecast

Renowned editorial and celebrity stylist Giannandrea Marongiu has a reputation for discovering and then celebrating what’s unique in every woman. He’s excited about what he calls "a new era in hairdressing" for 2020.

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Trending: The Mullet is On the Move

This 1980s hair cut trend has been re-emerging in a multitude of hybrid 'disconnected/connected' shapes. Check out this slideshow of must-have mullets, and get style tips from a mullet master.

Toasted Coconut: How One Instagram Post Changed an Artist's Life

In September of 2018, Kayluh Stewart shared a photo of her work that would change her life as a colorist. One year later, MODERN catches up with Stewart.

TRENDING: The French Bob

Leave it to the French to inspire a haircut so chic, it’s truly timeless. It’s a look that never goes away and when you see it, you know it. And lately, we’ve been seeing it everywhere.

Guy Tang and the #MyDentity Team Launch New Colors

Guy Tang's Super Power Direct Dyes collection is now available.

Steven Henley Announced as New Director of Education for Pravana

Henley brings over 20 years of professional salon industry experience. He will manage the educational programming for the brand in an effort to broaden digital reach.

How to Cut Curtain Bangs

Obsessed with the curtain bangs look? Yeah, so are we. Here, we showcase how one stylist is creating the trendy fringe effect at her salon in Amsterdam.

6 Medium and Long Haircut Trends for Spring

The challenge? How to keep bobs, lobs and long layered haircuts—cuts that make our clients so happy—looking modern and interesting. Find out how cutting and styling experts are keeping things fresh this season.

3 Muted Metallics to Try Right Now

Paul Mitchell the Color is on-trend with the launch of three new luminous muted metallic shades in its Demi collection—Lavender, Silver and Rose Gold. Pastel hair color is the way to go this spring!

Hair Color: Lavender Steel

This muted metallic hair color lets guests play with fun color. Add muted metallics into their current color to give them diffused, peeks of color. It’s also a great add-on to a color service and it keeps them coming back, because they feel heard.