Vivienne Mackinder by Krissy 92

competition-of-hairdressersVivienne Mackinder is a world renown British hairdresser who is Currently based in New York City, She grew up in London where she attended the London College of Fashion.

After, graduating she immediately landed a position with Vidal Sassoon, eventually becoming his artistic director. In 1990, she left London for the U.S. and the chance to work with Trevor Sorbie as his International Creative Director. Vivienne is an in-demand featured guest artist/educator for premier events worldwide. She has to divide her time between teaching, editorial and advertorial shoots, advertising campaigns, entertainment entities like MTV and VH-1 and countless special events as a featured guest artist and educator. Her work is published in the international press. As a session stylist, Vivienne has collaborated and designed hair collections for runway fashion collections in New York, and other prominent areas. In the heat of the moment, you can count on Vivienne Mackinder to perform.

Her work is published in the international press.  As a session stylist, Vivienne has collaborated and designed hair collections for runway fashion collections in New York, Paris, and London. For the last three years, Vivienne has served as Fashion Director for Inter Coiffure America and Canada. She is the Editor in Chief of MOD magazine, Editorial Stylist/Platform Artist, and I think a huge accomplishment, She is the founder of the ‘Roots and Wings’ educational program in New York as well as ‘HairDesignerTV.com’. When you log onto her website you open up so many new opportunities and learn many new things. One of which she is very famous for is resources to cutting hair with a razor “a la Mackinder”. It only makes sense that after she is an editor for a magazine, has worked on MTV and VH-1 that produced her own tv series, she adds the title of creator, producer and director to her list of accomplishments with “I’m Not Just a Hairdresser,” a documentary film series designed to inspire new and seasoned hairdressers alike. The series includes “Legends,” featuring Vidal Sassoon and other industry greats; “Empires,” a

When you log onto her website you open up so many new opportunities and learn many new things. One of which she is very famous for is resources to cutting hair with a razor “a la Mackinder”. It only makes sense that after she is an editor for a magazine, has worked on MTV and VH-1 that produced her own tv series, she adds the title of creator, producer and director to her list of accomplishments with “I’m Not Just a Hairdresser,” a documentary film series designed to inspire new and seasoned hairdressers alike. The series includes “Legends,” featuring Vidal Sassoon and other industry greats; “Empires,” a

The series includes “Legends,” featuring Vidal Sassoon and other industry greats; “Empires,” a rags-to-riches story; “Stars Behind the Chair,” all about girl power; and “Discover Your Passion,” which focuses on the need for purpose and passion in life. The film series has been viewed around the world by thousands. She has done Katie Couric’s hair on the Today’s show and Ricki Lake but says that she is not focused on doing just celebrities, they just happen to be people whom she was fortunate enough to connect with. She has also had the privilege and honor, in her words, to work with Princess Cecile Du Bubond, a direct descendant of King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. Vivienne feels grateful to have been able to go to her palace in Paris and do her hair. With everything she has done, there are countless awards she has gotten, John Maxwell certified coach and keynote speaker 2011-present, Leo Passage Educator of the Year Award presented by Intercoiffure 2012, Fashion Director for Intercoiffure North America 2010 to 2012, International ICON Award 2011 Irish Hairdressing Federation, North American Hair Styling Awards (NAHA) honoree “Lifetime Achievement Award” 2009, 5-time winner of the North American Hair Styling Awards (NAHA). I couldn’t imagine her doing anything more because she has done so much already she strives to continue to work on herself and is always thinking about what she can do to be better. Her next goal is to invent a new tool with Conair which she is already in talks with. Just doing research on Vivienne and learning about her inspires me to conquer all my dreams

She has also had the privilege and honor, in her words, to work with Princess Cecile Du Bubond, a direct descendant of King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. Vivienne feels grateful to have been able to go to her palace in Paris and do her hair. With everything she has done, there are countless awards she has gotten, John Maxwell certified coach and keynote speaker 2011-present, Leo Passage Educator of the Year Award presented by Intercoiffure 2012, Fashion Director for Intercoiffure North America 2010 to 2012, International ICON Award 2011 Irish Hairdressing Federation, North American Hair Styling Awards (NAHA) honoree “Lifetime Achievement Award” 2009, 5-time winner of the North American Hair Styling Awards (NAHA). I couldn’t imagine her doing anything more because she has done so much already she strives to continue to work on herself and is always thinking about what she can do to be better. Her next goal is to invent a new tool with Conair which she is already in talks with. Just doing research on Vivienne and learning about her inspires me to conquer all my dreams

I couldn’t imagine her doing anything more because she has done so much already she strives to continue to work on herself and is always thinking about what she can do to be better. Her next goal is to invent a new tool with Conair which she is already in talks with. Just doing research on Vivienne and learning about her inspires me to conquer all my dreams I have and to know that no dream is too much or impossible to do.

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