Daniel Mason-Jones: From Funeral Home Worker to Top Stylist

Published by: Daniel Mason-Jones
Jul 19, 2018
Daniel Mason-Jones explains his unlikely journey of working in a funeral home to becoming a top hairstylist.
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About The Expert

Daniel Mason-Jones
Global Artistic Ambassador
Daniel Mason-Jones has been in the industry 17 years. Known in the Atlanta area for customizing beautiful cuts and colors, Daniel has earned a large clientele of loyal fans. Having styled hair for film, music videos, fashion shows and numerous photo shoots, his work can be found all around (including ELLE, ALLURE, VANITY FAIR Magazines). He and his team are often called on to style celebrities when they are in the Atlanta area. He has worked on A,B&C Listers such as David Duchovny, Demi Moore, Julie Bowen, Amber Heard, Lauren Hutton, Ian Somerhalder, & John Travolta.

Daniel is committed to the industry by continually training all over the US and Europe with other renowned stylists to stay ahead of the curve. He often says," my brain is equally divided between artistry and business." His creativity is not just behind the chair with cut/color, he is extremely creative as a business owner, from social media to crunching numbers. He works with salons across the US helping empower owners, managers and stylists to reach their highest potential in this industry. His proof is in the numbers, generating just over a million dollars each year as a stylist/artist. We have thousands of testimonials from stylists and owners praising him for his ability to engage the audience and hold them accountable for their own personal growth. His mission is to continually raise the bar for the hairstyling industry.

His passion for hair, life and helping others is contagious. Anyone that spends time around Daniel, knows his ultimate goal is to use his brand awareness to raise money and awareness to help others in need and he is very involved with CURE Childhood Cancer, an organization committed to finding a cure to pediatric cancers through research.