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Anne Moratto | July 7, 2015 | 9:15 AM
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Martin Dale, Matrix vice president of education

“Our latest Matrix Eye for Style program featuring the Pivot Head Glasses are a great example of how technology can empower salon professionals. Educators wearing the glasses can record their step-by-step cutting, color and styling techniques from a first-person point of view, which can then be shared with salon professionals all over the world—giving stylists the unique perspective that they need to excel in their profession. Matrix was the first to use this technology and introduce it to beauty professionals in 2014 via a Blogger Video Series, cumulating thousands of video views and truly becoming the pioneer in cutting-edge education.”

Technology can come in the form of better management tools for salon owners, more efficient means of communicating with a client or the newest social platform for sharing what’s new. This month we ask industry leaders to tell us: “What is the latest technology tool you think will empower salons and why?”

Originally posted on Salon Today.

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