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Life’s Work: Eric Tuvale

By January 25, 2013 One Comment

Our Root Salon stylists work hard. Why? Because they love what they do. It’s not just work, it’s their life’s work. Here’s what Eric Tuvale has to say about what he does every day of his life — and why he does it. Stay tuned for more Root Salon team members to share their thoughts about their life’s work.

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I love what I do. Because each day is an opportunity.

The word “opportunity” is a great way to describe the field of hairdressing.

Hair stylists around the world will tell you that the greatest thing about this profession is making their clients happy.

Very true.

I would say the very best thing that hairdressing has brought into my life is the relationships that I have made with my loyal and loving clientele and colleagues. This profession has given me the opportunity to form a bond with every person that walks through the door of the salon. Whether the person walking through the door is my client, a salon client, a sales rep, or the mail man, being able to connect with someone on a personal level always reminds me of a crucial fact: It’s the people in my life that make me who I am.

Thanks for the “opportunity”… I’ll take it.

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  • Eve L. DeGonia says:

    Eric gives the absolute best haircuts I have ever had the blessing and privilege of receiving! He is like a Pacific Islander Edward Scissorhands, but much cuter. I have never met someone who is more of a natural at hairdressing than Eric is. Even before he could afford to buy a set of shears, he used to create the most breathtaking works of art on the heads of women by banging sharks teeth with a coconut off the beautiful shores of Hawaii. Don’t settle for less ladies. Eric possesses the skills of an artist, the looks of a model, the hands of a surgeon and the grass skirt of a samoan warrior..

    9/10

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