Interview with Team Love. Hair. Magic Salon's Hairstylist Charlie Price


It is a craft that is never easy there is no computer that can replace us, our creations are utterly hand made and thus singular each and every time. Enjoy our interview with Hairstylists Charlie Price.

Beauty Tell us a little about yourself?

I've been in hair for 27 years, I'm a platform artist, I am in love with hair, photo shoots and fashion, I have dedicated my life to beauty, god help us all

Beauty Did you always want to be a hairstylist?

Always want to be a hairstylist,  yes, but my dad said "You can't be a hairdresser because  they are all gay". I just smiled,  guess whaaatt? The rest is a rainbow history huuunnnyyyyy


Beauty What prompted you to get into hair?

During high school I enrolled in a vocational program I wanted to get a skill that I could earn a living at while going to art school one that didn't involve selling drugs my body  or waiting tables that is however upon entering beauty school I became intoxicated my hair BAC has been off the charts ever since

Beauty What's the biggest challenge you faced on your road to becoming a Hairstylist?

Becoming a hairstylist is easy, maintaining  joy and fulfillment in any field is the trick, for me,
reinvention, leaving no stone unturned in seeking out new experiences, interfacing with my contemporaries,  stalking my idols  and staying humble has kept me as turned on to hair as I was in 1988 when I graduated beauty school.


Beauty Where do you find your inspiration?

High art, high fashion, sex workers, old people, architecture, drag queens, serial killers , spaghetti, Chardonnay , crime TV, ugly people, photographers, Italian Vogue , Japanese Vogue, cool young people in big cities, pizza, anonymous sex , and so much more that would be
censored  in polite company.

Beauty What is the toughest and best part of styling hair?

It is a craft that is never easy there is no computer that can replace us, our creations are utterly
hand made and thus singular each and every time, no two haircuts are ever the same, this is the beauty and the curse of our profession, it could either drive one to insanity or be the great preoccupation of one's lifetime. It's never dull, I promise you that.


Beauty Whose hair would you love to work on?

Tilda Swinton, Julianna Margulies, Robin Wright, Sky Ferreira, Brooke Candy, Jared Leto, Steven Meisel, Kristen McMenamy, Miley Cyrus, Ruby Rose, Rhianna, Johnny Weir, Kelley Osbourne , Debbie Hardy, Joan Jett , and others too numerous to mention

Beauty Can you tell us a memorable moment you had while doing hair?

When I curled Naomi Campbell's hair, a wonderful triumphant surreal moment

Beauty What’s the one haircare tool you simply can’t live without?

Hairspray, give me that and a rat tail comb and I can stir up some serious trouble ... Trust


Beauty What's your preparation for Battle of the Strands

Sketching, practicing, pouring over fashion magazines, meditating on the idea of Avant Garde
hair, brainstorming shapes and basking in the pleasure of thinking about hair

Beauty What can the hair industry expect from Charlie Price in the next 5 years?

I'm a student of fashion of beauty and of life, you will see me developing my magazine Beauty
Underground , and pursuing the further development of my arsenal of courses that I teach, and finally you will see people that I mentor become noticed in the industry, they are the ones I nurture, because I love them and because they are my legacy

Beauty What can your competition expect in Las Vegas?

Taste, wit, intelligence, craft, and the fact that I never suffer fools



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