What does it take to be a celebrity hairstylist? Have great time management. Have the ability to create new hairstyles on the spot. Solve a hair issue within minutes not hours. Be able to work with all types of hair including wigs, weaves, natural, and relaxed. Thousands, maybe even millions of women want the same hairstyle as your famous clients. And, you must have a talented set of hands.
We have complied a list of four celebrity hairstylist we cannot stop getting hair inspiration from.
Who is responsible for making Rihanna into a hair superstar? It’s the one and only Ursula Stephen. Whether Rihanna’s hair is short, curly, blonde, or red, Ursula is in charge of making her hair look flawless 24/7. She has given hair advice in publications like Essence, InStyle and People.
The queen of the celebrity weave is Kim Kimble. As a mastermind behind Beyoncé’s evolving tresses, Kimble constructed over 50 different wigs for Beyoncé’s role in Dreamgirls. Also, she is responsible for hair extensions and weaves for celebrities like Shakira and Kerry Washington. Do not miss your chance to watch Kim Kimble in action on WEtv new series, LA Hair.
He may be known as the resident hairstylist on TLC’s hit show, What Not To Wear. Before he was making over everyday women on TLC, he was a coveted hairstylist for clients like Joy Bryant, Jessica Alba and Amerie. Also, he has also done runway hair for top fashion designers like J, Mendel and Lela Rose. His career as a fashion, runway, editorial and celebrity stylist continues to take Ted places.
When it comes to outrageous and inventive hair, Terrence Davidson is a creative architect. The Georgia native is the mind behind all of Nicki Minaj’s multicolored, tall and avant garde wigs.