Jeremiah Samuel

Hairstylist

“Your salon is only as good as your worst hair stylist.”

Location

Hollywood, CA

Nationality

Australian

Jeremiah Samuel has done it all in the world of hair. Hailing from Australia, Jeremiah is a 2nd generation hair stylist, who brings a beach organic approach when it comes to styling. This approach has brought Jeremiah jobs throughout the entertainment industry. When not working at the salon, Jeremiah remains consistently busy styling for photo shoots, music videos, and preparing people to walk the red carpet. For his female clients, Jeremiah creates styles that look effortless, yet are elegant and sexy. For men he feels nothing is better than the classic GQ look.

When Jeremiah Samuel reflects on his job as a hairstylist at Martinez-Samuel Salon, most of his thoughts relate to time management, good relationships with his clients, and the opportunities he has had. Never one for a 9-to-5 job, Samuel travels to shoots and works with his clients anytime of day. The hair, he says, ends up being better when people are happy with and confident in their stylist.

Some of Samuel’s clients have pretty famous faces and heads of hair, but his job isn’t a breezy brush with fame. “Your salon is only as good as your worst hair stylist,” he says. Salons require a great deal of schedule management and dedication. In the video above, Samuel shares how all of it comes together to make his ideal grind.

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My Advice

If you’re passionate about it, go into a salon and swap the floors. Get on the internet and research styles and techniques. Be around hairstyling.

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