Responsible for merging the worlds of beauty and art, Daniel Moon is recognized as one of the world’s top hair colorists. His vivid and eye-catching creations have taken Hollywood by storm, thereby sparking a worldwide interest to play with color in a new and impactful way.
His techniques in maintaining the health of his iconic clientele’s hair from bold and vibrant colors back to natural highlights or their needed aesthetic for each project is unparalleled in the industry.
Moon owns HAIR Los Angeles, his signature salon known for setting the new standard of luxury, privacy, and innovation, attracting international attention as LA’s premiere destination salon for color.
Alongside HAIR, Moon is the creator of Major Moonshine, a multifaceted glitter gel used on hair and body by influencers and the fashion industry.
His Major Aprons are worn and coveted by colorists and stylists alike in the most modern of salons around the globe, supporting risk taking in the industry furthering Daniel Moon’s mission of bringing color and self expression to every person he meets.
In 2019, Moon participated in The Other Art Fair by Saatchi Art through Bombay Sapphire's #FindYourCanvas campaign. It was at this event in LA that he launched his zine, Hair.
Major Reebok is his latest endeavor. The two collection collaboration in 2021, with the iconic sneaker company, includes a colorful twist on the Reebok Classic Leather Legacy and Club C legacy silhouettes.
Often referred to as an influencer to influencers, Moon has forged a path as an expert in his field. From his uncensored expression of color to the science of the hair industry, he continues to invigorate life and growth on all levels.
Moon’s client list includes icons like Kanye West, Charlize Theron, Miley Cyrus, Madonna, Katy Perry, Kylie Jenner, Zoë Kravitz, Kristen Stewart, Nicola Peltz Beckham, Nicole Richie, Hayley Kiyoko, A-Trak, Travis Scott, and the Flatbush Zombies.
Moon has worked with Saint Laurent, Moschino, Calvin Klein, Sephora, L’Oreal, Instagram, and Bombay Sapphire - preaching a message of individuality, inclusion, and self expression through the use of color.