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Call it a Shag, Call it a Mullet - its B...

(Photo by Eric Fisher @ericfisherhair)) Although sometimes 70's inspired, this retro cut is most definitely making an appearance this season.   (Photo by Jayne Matthews (@jayne_edosalon)) Jayne Matthews (@jayne_edosalon) believes in the shag.  “I certainly didn’t invent...

Styling Tip: Shear Control with Eric Fis...

Shear Control Proper shear control is critical to your health and longevity as a hairdresser.   Placing more than the fingertips of your thumb and ring finger into the holes of your shear...

Interview with Pope the Barber: Balance!

Pope the Barber @popethebarber talks about how her hard work and dedication now allow her the freedom to balance her personal and professional life.    About Pope the Barber: Hattori Hanzo artist Pope The Barber was born and...
POSTED: Feb 19, 2019 | in Interview

Interview with Dusty Rhode: "One Class Can Light a Fire - Education is ALWAYS Key"

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 Aveda North American Artistic Director of Haircutting, Dusty Rhode, says hair cutting is his passion and this is proven in his work.

Dusty is recognized as one of the most successful and influential educators in his specialty. Dusty’s work is featured at Aveda Congress Festival, the Aveda Mid-America Show, countless photo shoots, and New York Fashion Week.   He travels internationally to share his knowledge both on stage and in salon workshops. Dusty has received training from some of the industry’s most acclaimed institutions, developed salon and advanced curriculum and been integral in product development. The integrity of his message allows Dusty to be booked over one year in advance for training. Dusty is always excited to continue his own learning and is continuously looking for the next challenge. Dusty is even more excited to share his passion, inspiration and unparalleled authenticity with people who are eager to grow. Dusty Rhode (@dustyrhode)

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