Beauty Pro Camo

Until the late 1960s when hair coloring became more commonplace and socially acceptable, Beauty Pros wore white uniforms like nurses.  Today, an estimated 70 percent of women in the U.S. use hair-coloring products, according to The Atlantic.

Black hides stains from hair color and chemicals.  Hairstylists, estheticians, nail technicians, and make-up artists are working with pigments and chemicals all day.  Even bleach stains can be remedied with laundry markers and fabric dye.  Have you ever seen a Beauty Pro take to their black attire with a sharpie in a pinch?

Black is the new Black

Black attire is timeless and sophisticated.  Universally flattering and appropriate in any season, black will never go out of style. 

Wearing black offers variety for every unique style, budget, and body type.  You can mix fabrics and layers, and get creative with accessories.  Everything from scrubs and tunics to slacks and leggings is readily available in black.

Professional and Neutral

Black attire is not only stylish, it is also professional and neutral.  A hair stylist wearing black and standing behind their client can view their client’s hair in the mirror and feel confident that they are seeing a true representation of the color.  This basic color theory applies to white and gray as well.

At the MODERN SalonStudios, each Beauty Pro is their own boss with their own brand.  There is no dress code.  But many of our Beauty Pros embrace the black attire for its form and function:  it looks good and hides the stains.