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Bio Ionic's Sean Gallagher - Runway Stylist and Haircolor Trainer

Lauren Salapatek | July 15, 2015 | 1:02 AM

Sean Gallagher has been creating seamless cuts & color for over 20 years.

Rooted in Sassoon cutting and styling, he has developed his fashion flair working alongside Oribe, Denilo and Antonio Sardou. His work has appeared on runways including Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and Versace. He’s been published in Vanity Fair, Allure and W and he’s styled celebrities Rosario Dawson, Adriana Lima and Frankie Ryder.

As a seasoned Runway Stylist and Haircolor Trainer, Gallagher is always finding ways of staying interested and educated. "Complacency is an enemy in this business – so is negativity. Keep yourself up by being positive and saying positive things. Always stay hungry to learn."

A creative explorer at heart, Gallagher still finds time to learn new techniques and share them with other stylists.

Sean Gallagher, Runway Stylist and Haircolor Trainer, Serge Normant Salon, NYC

In this video, Gallagher shares his passion for the beauty industry. Learn what made him become a hairdresser and what drives him to constantly succeed in his craft.

"In the beginning, I looked at haircutting books and focused on the architectural and mechanical elements of cutting hair," he says. "Next, I started to understand the business of fashion and hair. I like those people who take chances and are constantly changing their hair."

When asked why he uses different innovative techniques to get different looks. he says, "I’ve been in the game for a long time. I’m always looking for what’s next!"

For more information about Gallagher and his career, visit www.bioionic.com/my-story.

 

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