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Profile Information

Trendmaker : Select your passion.
Hair Designer, Art Director, Platform Artist, Salon Owner, Other
Trendsetter: Choose your interests
Hairstyles, Wellness, Beauty Products
What is your Web site Address
Tell us about yourself...
Consult with professional hair care manufactures (image/products/education) - Cofounder V L V T® academies - versatile learning - versatile techniques (shows/seminars/HOT: hands on training). - Salon Santa Fe® Inc - PPI’s LEO Award - NAHA ‘Lifetime Achievement’ - Intercoiffure: 'Visionary Award' - Editorial Advisory Board-Trade Magazines Mag - E-mail: - - -
Favorite TrendMakers
World’s first beauty parlor/cosmetology school opened by Ziryab, 9th century in Cordoba, capital of Spain. Ziryab, born Bagdad 767 AD. Francois Marcel Grateau's 'Ondulation Marcel' (1872), better know today as the Marcel Wave. Antoine - 1st to achieve Int'l fame. Dr. Everett McDonough (Zotos) for the cold wave, bases of perms today. Al Lapin (Lapinal) who invented single process haircolor. Comer Syprett whose organization (Comer & Doran) perfected pincurls-fingerwaves & the art of brushing. Freddie French (Nick's dad) for inventing the Denman Brush (nine row-how would have we ever blown dry hair? Leo Passage whose organization (Pivot Point) perfected roller-setting and the fine art of the comb-out. Jerry Reading's organization (Redken) of the early 60s brought a new level of professionalism followed by Dr. Ron DiSalvo, a major industry shift. Vidal Sassoon-fame personified. Roger Thompson - layered cut of the late 60s - for the 1st time brought clients under the age of 45 into hair salons. Daryl Benson-new graduation (71), The Firefly being the first photo/version/cut name by Christopher Brooker (72), Trevor Sorbie's Wedge (74) yet another, the name stuck. Became a US phenomenon when Suga's version on Dorthy Hammel while she skated during the 76 olympics. Haircut prices increased dramatically because of it. Daryl's cutting into shapes (Shake as an example) in the late 70s that opened the door to the free form - new techniques galore - trend laden 80s.
John Sahag - reinventing dry-cutting (all hair was cut dry prior to the razor period starting in the mid-50s) with a creative eye for shape, became the most famous celebrity/fashion stylist in modern history within the fashion, beauty and editorial world.
As Vidal did in the 60s, reinventing the 20s Bob (have photos of the five point bob/one side bob/several other versions from 1927), there's usually some history behind an idea when its time has come. With the connection to Mary Quant - MODs - the Beatles - you have the British 'Swinging 60s'. The hippies had their own unique take in the US. With the invent of birth control, very much at the root.
1920s - Irene Castle 1st shingled Bob-short skirts 1917. Who were these hairdressers? 1920-5,000 beauty parlors in the US - 1930-40,000 - this US period was one of the pivotal points in hairdressing.
Love to know the talent/stories from that revolutionary hair period.
Like the 50s big five in Paris: Alexandre-Guillaume-Maurice Frank and the Carita sisters, Rosy & Maria. The 50s US equivalent: Gene Shacove-Kenneth Battelle-George Masters-John Goodman and Gus Caruso.
So many have contributed to the progress of change in the craft through the decades, too many to list, not including the many lost, unknown or forgotten.
To so many - we owe so much.
Instead of trends and TrendMakers, one should concentrate on increasing ones own skill, craftsmanship and artistic expression. So much history and talent to draw from...
"Lyfe so short, the craft so long to lerne" A&Cs (19th century). Version similar to "Ars Longa Vita Brevis" (Art is Long, Life is Short) -Hippocrates (4th century).
Full version ‘Life is short, art long, opportunity fleeting, experience misleading, judgment difficult.’ Hippocrates
V L V T academies show/classes, thanks to all that come to support V L V T! Last official pins & patches ride - 10th Anniversary 'Run to Cosmoprof' Santa Fe to Vegas - Aztec through Zion - 2012 ...
Favorite Brands
All brands have great products within them. Lots of duplication and marketing spins to create uniqueness and separation. Products are as good as the hairstylist knowledge and skill in selecting, using and recommending them.
Favorite Music
Jazz - Blues - Rock - Soul - Alternative - Trance - Tech-House - Industrial/EBM - Disko Punk - Electronica - Italo - Groove Lounge - Int'l - Native - Opera

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At 8:48pm on September 21, 2009, George Caroll said…
Love the look and feel of the web site (like everything you do its always with STYLE ! Have posted a bunch of photo's in my album some from the past and others from my photo art collection. There are a few giggles in here.

Will begin adding a few Star Hair Style Profiles / How To Get The Look
and other though provoking posts.

PS: Will pass the word along... best George
At 3:15pm on September 21, 2009, George Caroll said…
Hey Dwight

Well its taken me some time to get around to this but better late then never.
While researching Jerry Redding for a article (all about shampoo) I found your web here I our ;-)

Is it ok to post some blogs here ??? I know my stuff is odd and not mainsteam so I feel I must first ask?

At 12:01am on June 13, 2009, Robert said…
Hello Dwight......
Hope you are having a great summer!
At 7:35pm on March 14, 2009, claudia - west palm beach salon said…
you dont know me but I wanted to say thank you for the info on the hotel for Chicago saved alot!
At 12:27pm on August 20, 2008, Sandy Carey said…
Hi Dwight, I wanted to inform you that I had my test on August 9, I passed. August 11 went to a Style America franchise, was interviewed Monday, given all paper work. Salon is owned by Regis. I start next Wednesday. Thank you for your site, I have learned alot just by your site and I study alot of your cuts. You are truly a designer and Artist. I just wanted to let you know that. So, in general, you never are too old to embrace your passion, and run with it.
At 12:49am on August 15, 2008, Mikki McCarron said…
droppin in !

Hellos !!

At 9:44pm on July 20, 2008, Timothy Wilson said…
Dwight Miller is amoung the Greatest Hairstylist alive. From his years with Intercrimpers with Sassoon's Graham Breakwell. His years at Sassoon's working with the legends Roger Thompson, Chrisopher Brooker, Annie Humphries,, and too many to name. His vision, talent, and craftmanship is modern day Micheal Angelo. He is Calm, focused, and a gift to our industry
At 7:40pm on July 18, 2008, Sandy Carey said…
Dwight you really are very talented. I was so intriged by your work. The subtle yet one of a kind creative cuts were great to see and analyze. I am in awe of some of the great designers on this site.
At 12:20pm on July 14, 2008, Selines said…
Thank you for your friendship. I must say you are an amazing individual- you have class. I admire your work and knowledge. I am almost done with cosmetology school, I can't wait! God Bless
At 4:46pm on July 10, 2008, myra said…

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