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Lee Stafford was born 1966 in Leigh-on-Seamarker, Essex, he attended The King John Schoolmarker, he is an award-winning celebrity hairdresser. In 2007 he appeared on the BBC television series Celebrity Scissorhands where he trained celebrities such as Tamara Beckwith and 1980s pop star Steve Strange to cut hair. The programme raised money for the BBC's charity Children in Need.

Lee opened his first hair salon in 1996 in Essex called The House That Hair Built, his career took off in 1997 when he won the title of 'Men's British Hairdresser of the Year'. In 2000 he opened his second hair salon in Wardour Streetmarker, Londonmarker, W1.

In 2001 Lee launched his own range of award-winning haircare products.

In January 2008 Lee, with a team of professsionals, launched Myhairdressers.com, a hairdressing training website. Lee has always had a passion for hairdressing education. Myhairdressers.com allows hairdressers to learn new skills and gain inspiration using online video hairdressing tutorials. The instructors are some of the best in the world and Lee himself presents 'cut of the month' a monthly inspirational video that shows hairdressers step-by-step how to cut the hairstyle.

Lee Stafford began his dream of opening a chain of Salons under his brand name Staffords Salons,on March 2009. These were designed with exclusive interiors & finished to a high specification as the salons were closely linked to big name brands like Redken, Corioliss and Fake Bake

By early 2008 his wet goods range famous in their hot pink livery had become a big hit on the UK high street and demand for Lee rocketed. Following the success of the retail sales Stafford began to capitalise on his growing public image and rolled out plans to open a chain of Salons bearing his name. Stafford began to churn out a program that would enable him to licence salons to entrepreneurs and existing salon owners. By December 2008 Staffords Salons had received their first inquiries for salons in Regent Street, London & Sidcup in Kent.Stafford and his team would train the stylists to the highest standard along side some of the biggest names in the business. On 31st October 2009 Stafford opened his next Staffords Salon in Derby. The new Salon would feature almost entirely the same as the first, giving a unique feeling.

He is heterosexual. On the BBC series, Celebrity Scissorhands, he revealed that he is not married and hasn't any children, but hopes to in the future.

Television appearances



Awards list

Won

2006
  • National Hairdressing Federation Celebrity Hairdresser Of The Year
  • Hair Magazine Hairdresser Of The Year
2004
  • Best British Hairdresser of 2004 – Fellowship of Hairdressers Awards
2001
  • Most Influential Hairdresser of the Year 2001
1997

Nominated

2005
  • British Hairdresser of the Year 2005
2001
  • Men's British Hairdresser of the Year 2001 – 2002
1999
  • Women's Eastern Hairdresser of the Year 1999 – 2000 (2 of 6 nominees)
  • British Newcomer of the Year 1999 – 2000 (1 of 6 nominees)
  • Men's British Hairdresser of the Year 1999 – 2000 (1 of 6 nominees)
1998
  • Women's Eastern Hairdresser of the Year 1998 – 1999 (3 of 6 nominees)
1997
  • Women's Eastern Hairdresser of the Year 1997 – 1998 (1 of 6 nominees)

Business Award List

2009 2005
  • The BHBA Salon Design Award 2005 for Brightonmarker salon
2002
  • Growing Business of the Year Award 2002
  • Training and Development Award 2002
  • Investors in People Award 2002
1999
  • British Manager of the Year 1999 – 2000 (1 of 6 nominees)
  • British Salon of the Year 1999 – 2000 (1 of 6 nominees)


Salon's Award List

2005
  • The BHBA Salon Design Award 2005 for my Brighton salon
2002
  • Growing Business of the Year Award 2002
  • Training and Development Award 2002
  • Investors in People Award 2002
1999
  • British Manager of the Year 1999 – 2000 (1 of 6 nominees)
  • British Salon of the Year 1999 – 2000 (1 of 6 nominees)


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