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Where In the World Is Nicole Obert?

Maggie Mulhern | February 18, 2013 | 4:04 PM

Bravo's reality show Shear Genius, the hairdressing competition that ran from 2007 - 2010, launched the careers of many notables, including Tabatha Coffey and Brig Van Osten.

While many of the contestants questioned their participation in the show, most of the former "geniuses" we've tracked down actually loved being part of it, including Charlie Price, Matthew Morris and Janine Jarmin among others.

A fan favorite from season 2 was Nicole Obert, the young, petite and cute Texan. Nicole sparkled and although lacking experience, she did not lack talent.

When Nicole showed up at our photoshoot yesterday we were all thrilled. Nicole was there to finish the color design by Alexandra Matiz who created an exciting copper finish using Wella's Illumina color. Nicole agreed to a mini post "reality show" interview. What has she been doing since and was it all worth it for her? Check  out this interview to find out.

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