Baroque Vibe: The Baroque style used contrast, movement, exuberant detail, deep colour, grandeur and surprise to achieve a sense of awe. The style began at the start of the 17th century in Rome, then spread rapidly throughout Europe. Global Creative Director: #anhcotran @milbonusa C

@kattiasolanostylist I love the texture that @milbonusa Wave Enhancing Mousse brings out of your haircut. It’s so good. This mousse is great for refreshing your waves/curls after a few days of wearing. Apply a palm size onto dry hair to reactivate your curls/waves. It’s also gre

Styling Tip: Before applying a finishing spray, break up the waves with your fingers. I usually use @milbonusa Dry Texturizing Spray because it’s light and versatile. Great for all types of hair texture.

I’m very honored to have participated in this panel and come together with my fellow salon owners in Los Angeles to discuss the impact of Covid on our business. This topic has been a big passion of mine since this pandemic started. As a business owner, I feel a deep responsibility t

Let the light in. Global Creative Director: #anhcotran @milbonusa Cinematographer: @cinematommy Producer: @jenn_tyk PA: Tara Seewack Stylist: @whiiitwhiiit Make Up: @sheardeath Hair Department: Color Director: @itsonlyhairbychris Education Manager: @pamelaparker__ Hair Coloris

Anh creates seamless layers on his favorite muse by using his soft undercut technique to give movement. To get the look, prep your strands with softening oil. Next, blow dry smooth with a Dyson and Ibiza Brush. Create lived in waves using Anh’s lived in technique with a 1.25 inch cu