How do you keep setting trends? By reading, working for magazine shoots and having clients who like to try new styles. I’m always looking to experiment with different looks. How long have you been in the industry? It’s been a 12-year journey. I started out in Polokwane, then went to Pretoria to study and work. I opened my first Lajawi Beaute Cafe in Pretoria in 2006. I also styled for magazine shoots, and was booked for big shows like the SA Fashion Week in 2012. Mens fade haircut Who inspires you and your craft? My approach to hair is quite technical, much like a mathematics equation. Mens fade haircut The health of the scalp is also important because that’s where the hair grows from.
The work of other stylists inspires me, as does playing with colour. It’s all about getting the balance right and working on cutting angles and different designs that are daring and bold or subdued and sensual. Working with magazines keeps me growing and allows me to explore aspects of styling I wouldn’t be aware of otherwise. Where do you see yourself and your business in the next five years? I see my business growing across Africa. Mens fade haircut I want to mentor other stylists and open a school to educate and inspire the next driven batch of stylists.
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