Brent Borreson has motivated audiences from New York to Sydney with his extraordinary ability to translate style and fashion into user-friendly salon techniques.
Brent’s creative vision has been featured in nearly every major industry publication including: Salon, Salon News, Modern Salon, American Salon, Coiffure Q, and Passion. His session work has appeared in the pages of Elle, Flair, Paper, Zink, British GQ, Crash, Dazed and Confused, W Magazine, Seventeen, Rolling Stone and Spin. At New York City’s Fashion Week Brent has worked for designers Giorgio Armani, Cynthia Rowley, Patricia Field, Esteban Cortazar, As Four, and Baby Phat. He has also worked with recording artists Björk, The B52’s, The Pretenders, and Primal Scream on both music videos and album covers.
Alongside his work as a Redken performing artist and Exchange Facilitator, Brent has served as a member of the Cutler Editorial Team and as the Education Director for Cutler Salons, his current work includes celebrity styling for Sting’s 60th Birthday Party and heading up Visual Arts for Moogfest Electronic Music Festival.