Tuesday, May 12, 2009

You Could Be a Famous Hairdresser

Many people dream of becoming a famous hairdresser when they begin their career. Here are some people who have achieved that dream.
Vidal Sasoon - in 1963 Vidal invented a cutting technique that was new and revolutionary. It changed the way that haircutting was taught. Hairs are mathematically calculated and then they are divided into contours and cut. He also invented the haircut that is known as the "bob." He is the author of several books.
Lee Stafford - this young hairdresser started in his mother's living room, cutting and styling hair of family and friends. He opened his first salon in 1996. He opened his second salon in the year 2000. He is well known for his television appearances and he one of the trendsetters in hair styling.
Charles Worthington - he founded his company in 1986. He owns five salons in London that are very well known. He has won British Hairdresser of the Year on more than one occasion. He has several stars for clients and he has written numerous books. He also gives international seminars.
Aidan Phelan - this is another British Hairdresser of the Year winner. He flies from country to country giving personal service to the stars. His clients include David Beckham and Victoria (the former Spice Girl).
Ben Cooke - he has been a very talented hairdresser for over 20 years. He now works for a famous fashion designers in order to create stunning hairstyles for the cat walk. Short hairstyles are his specialty and he is known at a short hair expert.
Becoming a famous hairdresser does not happen overnight. It requires years of experience and also a spectacular reputation. A good bit of luck is also involved. But it is possible for anyone who is embarking on a hairdressing career to become rich and famous as a hairdresser if you're willing to put in the work and try to get the publicity.

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