Do you have dreamed of having the same hairstyle Eva Longoria, the same fringe that Lady GaGa square cut or even as Paris Hilton? Not easy when you went to his hairdresser and that we ask the same haircut, the result is usually disappointing. And for good reason: all our stars have to sublimate their hairdressers registrants haircuts. Best BARBER is a quick overview of hairdressers and celebrities you today the benchmark in terms of hairstyles celebs.
Born in Michigan, Ken is part of what we call the dunces in the classroom. The general subjects that do not interest some, and he soon turns to cosmetology (diploma he received in 1994), encouraged by his mother who has dived early in “a world of hair and fashion .
After graduating, he became the assistant stylist for stars Oribe in Miami. For the anecdote, it is paid at the time 75USD week. It is the hand of the master he learns all the techniques of hair, to sublimate the hair of stars.
Following that Ken is running again in studies of hair by integrating the Toni & Guy institute. Here he began to travel with celebrities around the world. He accompanied the other between Versace and Valentino others. It was also during this period that he met a woman who will change her life: Jessica Simpson. She hired him in 1998 as a stylist for the cover of his album. Following this meeting, Ken was soon introduced into the world of celebs. It is the opportunity to style stars like Carmen Electra, Celine Dion, Heather Locklear, Brittany Murphy, Jennifer Lopez, Jessica Biel and Eva Longoria.
But ultimately, be the star hairdresser, what is it??? Well, it means making the beautiful star in each of his appearances. Whether for a party, a charity ball, a shoot for the press, film, clip, or during his vacation, the star still needs to show itself in its best light, and appealed to his barber. We know for example that the hairstylist Jennifer Aniston follows wherever he goes, he is the same for others. So our dear Ken is he invited to follow Jessica Simpson for any intervention in public (and God knows whether they are numerous),.
Besides his practice as a hairdresser, Ken Paid is also a fine businessman. In 2002, Ken worked with Karen Marie Shelton (founder of hairboutique.com) during a shoot for Seventeen magazine. From this encounter, a collaboration between the two barbers to boost sales of hairboutique.com. In 2004, Ken Pavés Flawless brand launches by Pavers, professional hair care sold exclusively hairboutique.com. in 2006, he launched a whole new generation of extensions created in partnership with Jessica Simpson and HairUwear.
In short, the barber business man was quickly realized that his talent would not make any hairdressers, and currently sells a product in itself, a reflection of our Franck Provost and Jean Louis David. Unlike our French entrepreneurs, it seems that Ken has, however, understood the importance of the web and seems to grip the USA on this channel.
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