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From the age of 16, I worked in Surrey at various hairdressers and then moved to London and worked directly with Nicky Clarke as his assistant. In the early days I was very lucky to work on the London, Paris and Milan show teams with Sam McKnight and Eugene Souleiman. I networked like crazy with photographers and basically everyone I could. It took around five years of hard graft to create my own images for my portfolio as my aim was to get an Agent, but no Agency would consider me until I had an impressive body of work. It was a lot harder back then and getting hired was based on your portfolio which I had to send out all over the place.


Over the years I gained a reputation as a session stylist creating hair with luxurious movement and fluidity, while still managing to maintain its structure and style. Off the back of this I secured my place as a celeb favourite for red carpet hair, and managed to be in demand from many of the world’s most famous actresses and actors as their hair stylist of choice for the numerous major awards ceremonies and film festivals taking place throughout the year. I have been fortunate enough to work with Keira Knightley, Gemma Arterton, Kirsten Dunst, Jennifer Garner, Ryan Gosling, Javier Bardem and Julianne Moore.


In a nutshell I want hair to feel feminine, modern and effortlessly stylish and to empower people through their hair. I also really enjoy cutting hair, a great cut makes all the difference along with a fantastic blowdry.


Contact me for a free Consultation at my November Meet & Greet


e: lisaeastwood13@outlook.com m: 07779 589 575


w: www.lisaeastwood.com


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