HAROLD M. EGAN
 
Harold Egan is known for his approachable out-going personality, small town charm, quirky yet witty humor and introspective outlooks on life. A Rochester native, he was born and raised in upstate New York where he mastered the art of men's grooming and barbering before setting his sights on New York City.

   

Harold trained at Louis Licari Salon, one of the most prestigious color salons in the country, to learn the art of hair coloring.  There, he honed his skills working as an apprentice. He was intensively trained by the illustrious Mr. Louis Licari himself and his devoted team of talented professionals. The training is known to be one of the most rigorous in the city and it helped to sculpt Harold into a premier colorist. Harold put his honed coloring talents to work in Manhattan's Upper East Side (DS Organic Haircare Studio) as well as later for  both branches of the reknowned Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa at 5th Ave and Union Square locations. There he was trained in the french Balayage technique by some of Frederic Fekkai's color artists.  He has now relocated from NYC to South Florida where he continues his masterful color work.

   

Harold's speciality is creating natural looking, modern hair color with flair as well as being a master at color corrections. By using the client's complexion, eye color and personality, as well as current hair condition; Harold selects the proper shades and tones that would be most complimentary to each specific individual. He understands the importance of highlighting and playing up a person's natural attributes. Harold can be found been transforming all types into clean, natural, modern day looks using cutting edge coloring techniques such as Balayage, Modern Single Process Ombre, Sombre, Foiling, Lowlighting and other advanced coloring techniques.

   

Harold Egan brings ease and comfort to your consultation. You will feel especially cared for with him from start to finish. His passion for his craft will astound you and make you feel like you are a valued guest.