Ammon Carver has gained recognition in the hair and beauty industry for his refined aesthetic, continued passion and portfolio of flawless looks. Nominated 5 times by the North American Hairstyling Awards (NAHA) for Editorial Stylist of the Year, Ammon is one of the most highly regarded hair stylists in the business.
Originally from Salt Lake City, Ammon first studied hair in Colorado but his career launched in New York at the Warren-Tricomi Salon in the Plaza Hotel, where he quickly became noticed as one of their premier stylists.
Ammon continued to build his loyal clientele at the prestigious Mizu Salon and later lead as Artistic Director at Matrix, a division of L’Oreal for over 12 years. In this role, he traveled the world as one of the key spokespeople for Matrix, connecting with hairdressers and consumers alike in print, online and broadcast campaigns.
Most recently, Ammon was named Creative Director for L’Anza Healing Haircare, where he will be responsible for leading the direction for imagery and creative content, brand and artist development, as well as training and platform work.
Ammon has never stopped to further his editorial work which has been featured on the pages of top fashion and trade magazines. He has also established an impressive cele
brity clientele, which includes Kate Beckinsale, Molly Sims, Amanda Seyfried, Kirsten Dunst, and Leighton Meester.
A new chapter for him, Ammon has recently opened the Ammon Carver Studio in New York City. Part salon, part photographic studio, it serves to unite the worlds behind and in front of the camera by creating a cohesive space for both. His new studio serves as the ideal space for Ammon to stay true to his core principles of authenticity and “likeable luxury,” and to continue his work as a stylist for clients looking for a luxurious experience.
“I wanted to create a space that marries both beauty and photography.”
Credits: Hair: Ammon Carver - NAHA 2017 Master Stylist of the Year Nominee • Makeup Artist: Deney Adam • Wardrobe Stylist: Jennifer Daniel • Photographer: Richard Monsieurs • Photos Courtesy of PBA