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Mirko Battipaglia

(Co-founder)

 

Mirko is the Beaú London international creative director ,  he as been in hairdressing for over 15 years.

He begun is career in Italy. He decided to move to London where he worked for Toni&Guy west end.

He made all is way up to join the artistic team where is was involved with education and shows.

After that he decide to take a closer step into fashion wherehe styled hair for different fashion magazines

In Italy and internationally and he was involved in various back- stage at the Milan and London fashion week.

He had the pleasure to work for many designers including: Fendi, Dolce&Gabbana, justCavalli, bottega Veneta, Jenny,Vivienne Westwood and many more.

Mirko travel the world doing shows and seminar sharing his knowledge and  vision with many other hairdresser.

Mirko’s passion experience and dedication on listening  his clients will guarantee outstanding hairstyle desired results .

 

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Giovanni Emili

(Manager)

Coming from a generation of Italian hairdressers, I left my early career to become hairdresser.

Learning the basis of my skills working Florence for several years. Now after almost 15 years experience, I enjoy my career more and more.

 

 

 

 

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Maria Valentino

(Stylist)

I started hairdressing career back in Italy  “home town ”  came to london  2012 where I join Toni&Guy.

I was an assistant in the academy for 2 years  where I had the opportunity  to do my training my level 2 …

September  2014 decide to join  Vidal Sassoon  academy  for a foundation course I am really  passionate about graphic shape.

I got my Vidal Sassoon  qualification in Hairdressing.

 

 

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Aya Higuchi

(Stylist)

She started her career in hairdressing in Japan in October 2004.
with 2 years experience in salon management her organization skills makes her a meticulous hairdresser.
Aya loves proving herself by entering a number of hair competitions.

She won a number of them back home in Japan and she’s currently working hard for her next one, the British hairdressers award Avantguard.

We hope Aya can leave a sign in the British industry as she did for Japanese Hairdressing.

For me the most important thing for haircuts is the shape.