Thanks to Google Glass and Matrix, You Can Get a Hair Tutorial From Your Stylist’s PerspectiveJan 23, 2014 @ 5:53 pm
The future is now, and it’s looking more fabulous than ever. Google Glass, everyone’s favorite wearable computer, gave us a brand new (and literal) way to see technology, and now the device is revolutionizing the hair styling game in their new partnership with Matrix.
Google has teamed up with the brand to launch the Matrix Class for Glass, which will provide the user with full-length hair tutorials filmed from the viewpoint of the stylist — meaning you’ll be able to see exactly how your pro works their salon magic. In the next few weeks, Matrix will roll out a video series in which celebrity hairstylist George Papanikolas, who has worked with Mila Kunis and Kim Kardashian, demonstrates a range of looks on the nation’s most-viral beauty gurus. You’ll even have the chance to get your own personalized video with Papanikolas in the program’s Eye for Style session.
And pros can also get in on the fun — Matrix will launch an additional component in April, allowing hairstylists to take a virtual class lead by the brand’s artistic directors Ammon Carver (pictured), Nicolas French, an Chrystofer Benson, where they’ll be schooled new salon techniques from the artist’s point of view. Head over to mymatrixfamily.com for more info on how you can participate, and keep an eye out for the tutorials coming soon to matrix.com and the brand’s YouTube channel.