Moulay Yacoubi

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Moulay Yacoubi is a Moroccan-born hair stylist currently living and working in New York City.

Early career[edit]

Moulay learned from established professionals in the hair styling business. He started his career in Paris, working the fashion shows with experienced editorial stylists. He studied under Vidal Sassoon, perfecting his distinctive [1] modern-classic technique. Coming to the United States in 1994, he continued, learning the dry-cutting technique from stylist John Sahag, and razor cutting under British stylist Michael Gordon, founder of Bumble & Bumble.[citation needed]

Moulay’s work has been published on the covers of numerous magazines in both Paris and the United States including Harper's Bazaar, Glamour, and Allure.[2] He has also been a featured stylist on CBS, Fox, and E! Entertainment Channel, and guest-starred as a judge during the 2010 Season of Shear Genius on Bravo TV.[citation needed]

Moulay is also an actor, having studied with [3] James Price at The Acting Studio in New York City, and a jewelry designer, having studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology.[citation needed]

Associations[edit]

Moulay's philanthropic associations include The Princess Grace Foundation, Perkins School for the Blind, The Food Allergy Institute, Young Women’s Leadership Schools, and Cancer 101.[citation needed]

External links[edit]

Young Women’s Leadership Schools

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sasoon, Vidal (1984). Cutting Hair the Vidal Sassoon Way. Butterworth-Heinemann. 
  2. ^ "Biography". Velarri. Retrieved 1 December 2011. 
  3. ^ Price, James. "Artistic Director".