D Magazine:
Forward Thinking:
Patrick O'Hara has not only re-energized his namesake Dallas salon, he has attracted top vendors so he can provide his clients with the latest and best in hair products. This forward thinking mind-set is a perfect example of why Patrick O'Hara is one of the best stylists in the industry. Educated by the best in New York, Los Angeles, and London, he has more than 17 years of experience as a creative stylist.

International Appeal: Men and women from all over the world fly to Dallas in search of Patrick O'Hara uncontrived cut and color. "In this industry it's all about the customer. Some of my clients want trend-setting styles. I want my clients to retain their individuality with a cut that inspires, and sometimes I'll create a sharper image of what works." It's this kind of professionalism and experience that brings O'Hara's clients back to the salon, year after year. Always consistent and creative in his work, he is the master of creating a stunning, stylish look with deceptive simplicity.

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Glamour:
Smooth, straight, and shoulder-length, like Naomi Watt’s sleek style. Warm hues like honey blond (caramel browns are big too.) There’s just one word for it: humidity. “Keeping hair smooth is practically a part-time job,” says Dallas salon owner Patrick O’Hara.

Vogue:
Dallas - Patrick O’Hara Salon - Sam Figueroa and Elsa Tesfay are the go-to stylists for Dallas’s swinging young social set. ...it’s no surprise they’re usually booked solid in the evenings, so try early morning or midday appointments, suggests blow-out addict and girl-about-town Gigi Howard.

Town & Country:
OH, TO BE BLONDE - A WHO’S WHO OF COLORISTS
Patrick O’Hara

Real Simple:
Wavy or Curly Hair - Textured hair tends to be dry, so use a formula with silicone or oils (such as almond) to avoid frizz. Rs PICK: Kerastase Bain Oleo-Relax... This is the best smoothing  shampoo, says Patrick O’Hara, owner of the Patrick O’Hara Salon, in Dallas. Silicone and palm oil lend shininess and a smooth feel.

Marie Claire:
To create the illusion of fullness––and to avoid frequent touch-ups––try this trick from Patrick O’Hara, owner of the eponymous salon in Dallas: Weave darker highlights into the hair underneath your top layers. The contrasting shade will peek out whenever your hair moves. So Sexy.