Iggy Rosales has been making a name for himself as the quietly confident colourist turned session stylist. Rising up the editorial ranks, he’s become known for his ability to execute complicated styles with fearless ease and speed.
Before hairdressing Iggy always had a creative aptitude, exposure and education in classical and contemporary arts. It is ultimately this complementary and enhancing factor that drives his passion to achieve high standards as a session stylist. Iggy strongly believes in hairdressing as a form of art and a vehicle to explore his ideas in a practical way. His forward thinking ideas help him develop concepts into something meaningful and aesthetically pleasing. He has been fortunate to have been mentored by some of the biggest names in the industry, working on teams led by industry legends; Sam Mcknight, Luigi Murenu and Guido Palau helping to nurture his technical abilities, and developed his foundations.
His cutting edge aptitude in fashion keeps Iggy at the top of his game as he continues to move forward with his impeccable credentials that include international and prestigious work at New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion week with fashion icons such as Cara Delevingne, Liu Wen, Karlie Kloss, Lindsey Wixon and Chiharu Okunugi.
A glance on his work can be viewed through his extensive publications such as V magazine, Black Magazine, Vogue It, Out Magazine, Black Magazine, L’Officiel, Purple Magazine. GQ, Cosmopolitan.
He has worked with personalities such as Iggy Azalea, Suki Waterhouse, Poppy Jamie, Kimbra, SoKo, Devon Windsor, Colton Haynes, Kim Petras, Lana Parrilla, Alison Pill and Nathalie Kelley.
Not surprisingly he has been the recipient of numerous accolades and holds the title of the Australian Creative Colourist of the year 2013 granted at the Australian Hair Fashion Awards. Adding to this, he held the Gold Medal from highly competitive Wella’s Trend Vision for Australia in 2011.
Iggy is currently living in Los Angeles.