haley malouf

Stylist | educator |

As a hairdresser for almost 20 years, Haley has been dedicated to fulfilling her clients needs by keeping up to date with the most current trends. By continually seeking advanced education, she has the ability to create flawless classic hair cuts for both men and women, or the most cutting edge, as well as creating a personalized colour for each client.  Haley works as the Director of Education for the Ken Paves Salon, bringing in classes for the entire staff to learn the newest techniques and heading up the education program for the new apprentices. She is also a Creative Director for TIGI Linea (Bed Head, Catwalk, etc) teaching the latest trends to hairdressers around America and internationally.

 

Haley started her career working for TIGI/Toni&Guy in Dallas Texas working under industry icons, Anthony Mascolo and James Morrison. During her 13 years with the company, she was part of the International Creative Team, traveling around the world conducting classes for other hairdressers to teach them classes ranging from the latest techniques or helping to strengthen their classic skills. Becoming one of TIGI's most sought after educators, Haley has worked in New York, Taiwan, Moscow, London, Santa Monica, and extensively at the academy in Salerno Italy.

 

Over the last several years, Haley has strengthened her passion and skills as a hairdresser by being a part of New York Fashion Week working with designers Mara Hoffman, Prabal Gurung, Wildfox, Katie Gallagher, and Rag and a ones to name a few. She has worked on television shows ranging from The Biggest Loser to Styled to Rock with Rihanna. Haley has done red carpet events for the Oscars, Emmy's, Golden Globes, ESPY's, and movie premiers. Her work on national ad campaigns and fashion shoots has helped to develop her passion for session work.

 

Since joining the Ken Paves Salon team in 2009, Haley has built a dedicated clientele and is continually growing her business. She has flexible hours and days to accommodate any schedule.