Thursday, January 24, 2013

Let Me Introduce Myself...

"The Gad Effect," is a phrase coined by Mary MacLean, beauty editor at Glamour Magazine. It’s come to define me: I like to think of myself as the hair healer. Sandra Lee (host of Semi-Homemade) once said that G.A.D. is an acronym for Great Artistic Design. I’m an editorial / celebrity stylist with my hands in a little bit of everything: I do hair, makeup, home design, styling, and the list goes on.  

Photograph by Richard Avedon

My motto, “keep it simple, keep it sleek and chic” goes hand-in-hand with the intentions and philosophy of my work. Through cutting away the karma in the hair, I am able to create a frame for a face, body, and spirit/silhouette that raises one’s self-esteem - not just one’s ego.

My clients are my muses. When they leave my chair, they feel more like their authentic selves, with heads that turn heads.

I try to put myself into my clients skin, to sense their true inner aspirations. I’ve been told that I’m a vessel of transformation, that’s why my job is my joy.

Your hair is your antenna. When people say, "good hair day, bad hair day" - they are subconsciously using their hair as a barometer of their emotions.

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