For over 30 years he’s been inspiring generations of young hairdressers with his passionate approach to hair, cutting edge aesthetic and technical expertise. His rise to the stratosphere of international hair design has been a remarkable one starting in the city of Manchester in the late 1970s, one of the centres of avant-garde punk style and ending on a global stage.
I feel it’s really important to observe and understand the stories behind our industries most iconic names as we learn not only of their wins, but of their struggles too. By developing your knowledge of the hairdressing history means developing your knowledge for a more fulfilling and successful career as we hurtle towards the new now in a post-covid world!
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