What made you become a hairdresser?
Constantly meeting different people, having chat with them and learning always something new and interesting. On the other side, if you can’t express you creativity with the words, always you can do it with the tools!
What do you like about teaching?
There is no better feeling than when you deliver and demonstrate and you see how it has been understand well and performed.
Best advice for students?
Never, ever even think about giving up. What is looking impossible, difficult and unachievable, actually is in front of your nose, it just need a bit of extra practicing!
Career highlight so far?
Being salon owner overseas for six years, currently working hard … because I don’t expect the success, I prepare for it!
Where do you draw your inspiration from?
Literally from everywhere: magazines, internet, on the street, seminars….everywhere!
Funniest hairdressing moment?
I had one client with very poor English and he said to me that he wants short and short haircut. I thought he wants very short, so I cut quite a bit. After that he goes: I want now only short. So, I thought a bit more and cut a bit shorter. Finally, he goes: oooo… Too short!!! I want only short. Actually, on the beginning he wanted shorter and thinner, but he said: short and short and he end up with very short haircut.