Kaz Amor is a talented celebrity colorist and partner at the Warren-Tricomi Los Angeles salon. In this interview Kaz talks about how he got into hair design, meeting Joel Warren on a flight and their partnership, working with Prince, and what it takes to maintain a long term success as a hair stylist.

When did your interest in hair design begin?
I was at a party for Julie Chrisy in London and my friend that took me there was a hairdresser. That was my first introduction to the world of hair.

What was your biggest break as a professional hair stylist?
My biggest break was when I was named Color Director for Sebastian and got to travel the world doing what I love to do.

How did your partnership with Warren Tricomi Los Angeles Salon evolve?
I was on a flight from New York to Los Angeles and I was sitting next to Joel Warren in business class. We started talking and our partnership was born.

“My most memorable celebrity collaboration I would have to say was working with Prince. It was one of my first experiences working with a celebrity and taught me what to expect.”

How would you describe the Warren-Tricomi Los Angeles Salon experience?
Since of the location in West Hollywood, we wanted to find a balance between rock and roll and organic. The feeling when you come here is warm and inviting yet energetic – you feel that it is somewhere you would hang out with your friends.

Which hair styles are you most known for?
My style is soft, natural lifestyle color.

What have been some of your most memorable celebrity collaborations?
My most memorable celebrity collaboration I would have to say was working with Prince. It was one of my first experiences working with a celebrity and taught me what to expect.

What does it take to maintain a long term successful career as a hair stylist?
Always challenge yourself and be on the pulse of fashion. I have my own atelier at my house and am constantly researching new styles and colors to make sure my skills are what they should be.

What hair care products and tools you just can’t live without?
I can’t live without a flat iron, Mason Pierson brush and Redken Quick Dry Hairspray.

What is the best way to communicate with a hair stylist to get the cut or color we want?
The biggest mistake people make is going to the salon when they are emotional. It is important to explain to your stylist your lifestyle whether it is work, family or friends.

What are some of your favorite haircuts of all time?
Bridget Bardot’s haircut done by Carita. Peggy Moffit’s cut by Vidal Sasoon . Rianna’s classic bob.

What is the most enjoyable part of your job?
To see our stylists succeed.

What’s next for Kaz Amor?
Developing great hair care for my clients.

 

It was a pleasure to interview Kaz you can learn more about him and Warren Tricomi salons by visiting: www.warrentricomi.com

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  1. I love your work, you are a very talented artist.

  2. I would like to become a part of your assistants list. Any info available would be greatly apreciated. Thank you.

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  6. Hi Kaz,
    I worked for you any years ago as an assistant when you had your salon in Melrose. I met you at a hair show in Guadalajara, Mexico. I would like to know if you offer assistant positions at your current salon. I would love to work for you again. I admire you very much.
    Thank you!

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