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Top 10 Hair Stylists To Look Out For In 2021

Top 10 Hair Stylists To Look Out For In 2021

Isn’t it amazing how a simple change in hairdo can change your mood too? Be it a casual twisted knot or a glamourous fix, a hairstyle has proven to be a powerful game-changer for your style. With so many hair inspirations in the fashion world, hairstyling has become one of the booming industries. Amidst this glamour, various hairstylists have mastered the art of changing the portfolios of individuals and celebrities by accentuating a show-stopper costume or revamping a chic look. So if you are planning to hit a big party with an iconic look or simply dreaming about a voluminous hairstyle, we have listed down the top 10 hair stylists who can make it possible for you.

Sophie Archer

Senior Stylist at Decadence, Sevenoaks, Sophie the go-to girl for all hair services, has been in the industry for over 10 years. Proud manager at Decadence Hair and Make-up Salon, she can create any look, from a short sleek Bob to a super outrageous colour combo. 

Sophie has invented her own, extra comfy and amazing method of hair extensions which launch soon at one of the UK’s biggest hair and beauty shows. 

Going from strength to strength and showing nothing other than exceptional customer service, a talent that is ever-growing and leading a team at the salon location – there is no wonder why Sophie has a list of clients longer than herself. 

The demand is crazy – book now at Decadence Hair and Make-Up. Level 3 qualified hairdresser – All methods of extensions. 

Lisa Crawford 

Lisa is the proud owner of Crawford Master Stylists Ltd. She has a passion for the beauty industry and loves helping others in the community.

She has been a Master Colorist and Makeup Artist for 18 years and has had the opportunity to work around the world and train with the best in the industry.

Proud wife to her wonderful husband Jason, and an immensely proud mom to three amazing kids, Danaya, Luke and Isla.

Not only is she a tremendous Hairstylist, but she is also recognized as a prominent voice in Fort Saskatchewan Alberta advocating against domestic abuse.  In 2018, she spear-headed the SADA (Salons Against Domestic Abuse) campaign which raised over $18,000 for the Families First Society of Fort Saskatchewan. These funds are currently being used through the Violence Prevention Program to help eliminate financial barriers for victims.  To present day her team has given thousands upon thousands to this campaign.

Pink Soda Salon 

Wendy Brown’s approach to building the Pink Soda brand as its Founder and Owner is seeing the big picture right from the start.

Pink Soda, a luxury full-service salon and blow dry bar was birthed in 2015 in Newtown CT, they opened their doors at the first location shortly after the Sandy Hook Tragedy in CT. With five locations in Connecticut and Massachusetts, they are expanding to other states as well. Pink Soda has been honored to provide hair and makeup services for People Magazine, CBS News, and several fashion-week runway events to name a few. When you step in Pink Soda the energy is high and the experience is top-notch. This is not your typical salon.

Have there been bumps along the way? You bet. However through it all, the brand is thriving and seeing new opportunities in its path. The excitement is almost palpable.

Gurpreet Kaur 

Gurpreet Kaur is the founder of Seattle based The Preet’s Artistry. She is known for her sleek updos, modern braids, and voluminous Hollywood waves. She is also desired for her intricate bridal henna designs and glamorous makeup work. 

She started her professional journey six years ago while attending university. Between her studies, she created several pieces of henna art for local brides. 

Her complex henna designs gained popularity and what started as a side hustle quickly transformed into a sought-after service. After a successful year of providing henna services, she applied her talents to hairstyling and makeup. Now Gurpreet has established herself as the complete beauty package for anything a bride could want on her special day.

Ariana Jackson 

Ariana Jackson, 25, a mother, young entrepreneur, and hairstylist/wig artist, born and raised in the Germantown area of Philadelphia, Pa. & CEO of her fast-growing business Aria’s Hair Laboratory. Ariana always had a passion for fashion and expressing her creativity. She was the one searching for someone to glamorize or something of substance to create. Her interest for natural hair care grew at the age of 13, performing hair services for friends and family. In 2009, she attended Murrell Dobbins HS, where she received her cosmetology license, specializing in Natural hair care. In 2018, She started her journey to building her brand to become a successful business owner. Her determination to express creativity and build a legacy is what drives her to push past limits and go above and beyond.

Freddriana Jackson 

Freddriana Jackson is the CEO and creator of Geaux Glam LLC. 22-Year-old business owner, hairstylist, and devoted mother will stop at nothing to make sure her dreams come true. Specializing in lace fronts, the South Louisiana hairstylist has been working diligently, turning her dreams into a reality since 2016. It all started when Freddriana discovered that she had the God-given power to encourage the mindsets of others by transforming their hair. Her precise creative ability to transform one’s hair first, and then the mindset secondly makes her a marvelous stylist. She is truly one of one, the greatest to ever come. Freddriana gives her customers the strength to look themselves in the mirror and see their true beauty. True Glamour. When you look better, you feel better, and when you feel better you do better. She has also launched a hair care product line encouraging others not only to look glamorous but to maintain as well.

Tammie Axworthy 

Tammie Axworthy is a high-energy stylist, Creative Director and Owner of The Hair Boutique in Brantford Ontario working behind the chair for more than 27 years. She had no idea she wanted to do hair until a family friend got her a part-time job shampooing at a local salon. Soaking a few clients didn’t stop her from falling in love with the salon culture and a stylist was born. She loves to mentor other stylists and she couldn’t be more proud of her Hair Boutique team of 7. She was asked to join the Goldwell Education Team and as a Technical Educator and National Artist for Goldwell for 18 years, she has produced her own Upstyling, Balayage Technique and Salon Business Programs that she teaches all across Canada. Tammie is also proud to instruct the Goldwell Global Master Colorist Programs at the Toronto and New York City Goldwell Academies. Tammie has also been recognized in her community being voted Top Hairstylist and Top Haircolorist several years in a row by The Brant News Readers Choice Awards. She is grateful for the amazing opportunities she has had such as sharing the stage at the Toronto ABA’s Show, being featured in Salon Magazine as well as being asked to judge at the Spring Hairfest in North Bay. 

Sondra de Werd 

Sondra de Werd is a devoted entrepreneur, mom, girlfriend, and the sole owner of a hair-styling business in Rochester, Minnesota. Her passion for hairstyling coupled with her 11 years of extensive experience is aimed towards making women feel beautiful and Confident.

Before beginning her own entrepreneurial journey as an independent hairstylist, she worked in a high-end salon. She was driven by her curious nature and a true passion for her career that propelled her to recognition.

With one of the highest customer retention rates in the town, Sondra is easily everybody’s favorite stylist and the credit goes to her infectious smile, charm, and genuine nature. 

The 33-year-old business owner has big plans for expansion in the future. With hope in the heart, she looks forward to a bright future where she will continue with her endeavors to provide women access to high-end hairstyling and make-up meanwhile empowering them with a style that represents their femininity, boldness and accentuates their best features.

Liz Ramirez 

Born and raised in Chicago, Liz Ramirez, is the owner of Beauty Culture Salon which is among the most prominent beauty salons in San Antonio. She pursued her dream at the age of 26 by opening her first-ever salon. Her talents were recognized pretty quickly and she was offered the position of national educator for Paul Mitchell Systems.

Liz decided to diversify her skill set and gain some advanced knowledge via a professional course, meanwhile, she traveled across Illinois and the rest of the country passing down her wisdom to aspiring beauty technicians.

With her command over the Spanish language, she became the only educator in the midwest to educate and share her passion with local salon owners. 

Her business made tremendous success over time, and she opened a Goldwell salon as the second one. Liz also tried to diversify the services by adding the spa feature to her business and the team size grew to 15+ staff members. With its remarkable performance, Beauty Culture Salon was among the top 3 Goldwell focus salons in Chicago for many consecutive years. 

With her 27 years of extensive experience, she brings only the best beauty practices to the table and that’s the reason why her business is booming even amidst the pandemic. Her interpretation of the true styling needs of metropolitan women is remarkable which is why her salon is the fastest-growing business in  San Antonio. 

Markeisha Adkins

Markeisha Adkins EL, the visionary business mind behind Classy Hair Chics started her entrepreneurial journey in 2010 and pursued her lifelong dream of becoming a hairstylist. But her journey has not always been as straightforward.

Even though it was something she was passionate about since childhood, Markeisha attends nursing school for her parents. Soon she ended in debt and had to work full-time while taking care of her toddler. 

After being dissatisfied with her life, she was reminded of her passion and decided to join Cosmetology school for becoming a professional hairstylist. Things started to pick up from there where she excelled in her career and popularly became one of the most recommended hair stylists in town. 

But life took an unpleasant turn when Markeisha lost her mother, sibling, her son, and her father between intervals of a couple years. When all hopes were lost, her husband supported her to continue her passion for hairstyling and she started the salon again. She came back stronger than before and enhanced her skillset as a hairdresser. 

Today, she is a renowned hairdresser in the industry who has mastered the art of hairstyling. 

Whether it’s their techniques, clientele, experience, or simply innovation, what they have in common is the ability to give a unique touch and personalized style to every individual. These hairstylists have successfully achieved recognition and fame in the industry in some or another way. Truly, with these hairstylists, getting that Kardashian look is just an appointment away! 

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