This A list hairstylist has an office in the Middle East?
She provides a cover story and a reason for a work visa for models headed there for other reasons.
Our hairstylist gets a nice fee for her services and allows her to spend money on hobnobbing and making it seem as if she is huge in the celebrity world.
On working in the Middle East
I don’t cut hair in the States anymore. I work in a salon in Dubai called Belle Femme and [at a salon called] Sash in Bahrain, and I’m going to Qatar in April.
My girls get so mad at me in the States, but there are so many hairstylists that you can read about on Mane Addicts that do amazing haircuts in L.A. and New York. There are not a lot of trained stylists in the Middle East who that know how to do modern curls, or know how to really cut thick, coarse hair in a way that grows out nicely.
So that’s why I still go to the Middle East. I’ve been going for six years, taking hair clients out there. And they wait six months in between each haircut.- Source