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WENDY: Barber

For your consideration, we’re proud to introduce Wendy!

Q. What do you like to do when you’re not barbering?
A. When I’m not working for Best of Seven, I do yoga, cook and garden.

Q. What is one thing people would be surprised to know about you?
A. That I was a medical doctor in China.

Q. When did you move to Canada?
A. I moved to Canada from China in 1999.

Q. What inspired you?
A. I always used to bring my son to my neighbour’s hair shop. The stylist was always so radiant and beautiful; so well put together. That’s when I thought to myself, what an amazing line of work.

Q. How did you train to be a barber?
A. After 15 years, I started my new exciting career in 2004. I finally enrolled at Delmar College and the rest is history.

Q. How do you bring fresh ideas about?
A. As a barber it’s easy to get lost in the same ‘ol and I like to bring fresh looks out that suit individual personalities. Whether it’s for my regulars or the new kids in town, I’m always looking out for them, and the new styles to try for those who sit in my chair.

Q. How long have you been doing this for now?
A. Professionally, I have been at it for 11 years now! Time has flown by and I haven’t even looked back once.

Q. How do you describe your cuts?
A. I like looks that are sharp and easy to maintain. Classic for the really busy man.

Q. What’s your favourite cut and celebrity do?
A. I love the pompadour. My celebrity hair cut crush is XiJin Ping, the Chinese President. It’s so classic.

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