TONI&GUY is the leader in salon hairdressing. With three generations of talent and creative vision behind us, we’re upgrading the hairstyling experience from start to styled finish.
TONI&GUY EST. 1963
HOW IT ALL STARTED
The History of TONI&GUY
Founded in 1963 in South London by the four Mascolo brothers (Toni, Guy, Bruno, and Anthony), TONI&GUY existed exclusively in Europe before launching in Dallas, Texas in 1985, where the family also launched the TIGI product line. In 1990, they opened the very first TONI&GUY Hairdressing Academy, a natural next step for a company focused on ongoing training and personalized styling for each client.
From the South of Italy to the South of London, the Mascolo family has been a standout in the beauty industry because of its ability to bridge the gap between fashion and hairdressing, between cutting-edge and commercial viability and because of the solid philosophy that each client should be treated as an individual. No matter what the trends are, each hairstyle given should be personalized to suit the client.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
VICE PRESIDENT OF PROJECT DEVELOPMENT & FRANCHISING
VICE PRESIDENT OF COMPANY OWNED ACADEMIES
CREATIVE DIRECTOR OF TONI&GUY AMERICAS
DIRECTOR OF MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS
Our mission remains consistent — to offer a higher education in hairdressing. We push the boundaries of hairdressing education, delivering quality, creativity and consistency to every client. TONI&GUY is dedicated to delivering legendary service to all of our clients.
TONI&GUY EST. 1963
US United is the latest collection to represent the inclusive culture at TONI&GUY. Bright pops of color and various forms of texture are what define the collective theme for US United, showcasing the diversity that is ingrained in the TONI&GUY family.
The Desert Project was inspired by the high mountains to deep valleys blending harmoniously in Joshua Tree. The Desert Project features seamless cuts and a warm colour palette that translate modern techniques into everyday wear.
The ocean influenced The Venice Project as much as the destination itself. The juxtaposition helped to create a “sea-punk” aesthetic. Each look is an adaptation of the latest runway trends translated into comprehensive and wearable hair for any lifestyle.