Christophe Gaillet

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Biography

World and European Champion. Christophe Gaillet is a true leading light in the world of hairdressing. His colossal talent, experience and sensitivity, along with his extraordinary designs, leds to his taking on the post of Artistic Director for french Haute Coiffure in 2006 – 2010.

At the 19th Annual Canadian Hairdresser Magazine Mirror Awards in Toronto Christophe Gaillet, ambassador for L’Oréal Professionnel France, was awarded the 2013 Best International Stylist of the year, at Bologna “Grand Trophy 2014 AIPP International press Professionnal. A man of ambition, with no fear of setting himself appart from the crowd by the simplicity of his work, he collaborates with top fashion designers such as Thierry Muglr, Nina Ricci, Paco Rabanne, Azzaro and Balenciaga, never filling to demonstrate that hair styling is an indispensable part of every collection. He has travelled to every country in the world, presenting his prestigious shows. That he is a charismatic instructor in the art of hairdressing is something he has proven time and again during countless training courses run by L’Oréal Professionnal.

Volume, perfection of form, geometry, the principles of colourimetry and the psychology that goes hand in hand with the profession are all foundamental aspects of the training offers. Twice a year, he presents his collection in women’s and professional magazines all over the world. Amazones, Timeless, Moon these are the defines women’s naturalness, a vision of delicate tones in perpetual motion. In his eyes, womankind is naturally beautiful. Gaillet seeks the spur to his creations in his many travels. He often speaks of his love of painting and sculpture and draws inspiration from those visual art forms as well. His absorption in the works of Rodin and Camille Claudel gives his manipulation of the sens the tremendous energy that underlies his creation of the uniquely individual hairstyles which bear the instantly recognisable and exclusive hallmark of Christope Gaillet.

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