Occupation: Master Colorist & Boutique Salon Owner
I’m Sarah Namrood and I am a hairstylist in Vancouver BC. I had a passion for hair as little as 7 years young. I specialize in Color Corrections & Ombres but I guess you can say I can do it all! I quickly worked my way up in the industry at a commission salon to a Senior Stylist and taught at a Hair Academy within 8 months of graduating my program. I achieved great success being a hairstylist; with the help of the way I marketed myself on social media that led me to open my own Boutique Salon in Downtown Vancouver within 2 years of graduating Hair School. I am very grateful for everyone who has supported me and believed in my passion, which has led me to work with some of the top Beauty Gurus in Vancouver and have connected with some amazing companies.
What are your plans for 2015?
I hope to develop my own product line, get successful on my YouTube Channel & triple the amount of business in my salon for myself & for my assistant Anne Trann. I also plan on hosting many Glam Styling & Master Coloring Classes in not only Vancouver, but hopefully Toronto and LA as well.
What cause do you support the most?
The causes I support the most would definitely be young entrepreneurship and start up business development for both young men and women. I think its important to have a cause to support the people of the future out there who need to learn to build and maintain a foundation for their business.
What is your most interesting dating story?
None were really interesting I guess, hence the fact that I’m single, ha!
What do you look for in a potential partner?
A potential partner that would interest me would need to have passion, drive and be motivated in their career. Nothing is sexier then a man who knows what he wants; but also be able to make time for his lady as well!
One idea to improve Vancouver’s dating scene?
As a hairstylist, I constantly meet women who are beautiful, smart, successful and single. I believe Vancouver is a great place to be dating someone. We live in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but I think what needs to improve is men’s approach to women. Its simple, if you want to keep it casual, do just that; however, don’t string anyone along because you are bored. And if you want something more serious, don’t play games. Say how you really feel and lay it out on the table and if it works, great. If not, then there is plenty of fish in the sea.
What is your deal breaker?
A man who doesn’t know what an Ombre is. Or married. Or gay. Those would all equally not work for me, ha ha.
What is your Achilles Heel?
Being family oriented is big for me. I like a man who’s close with his family. Oh, and if you have an accent, you immediately become 100 times hotter.
Favourite Vancouver hotspot on a Friday night?
Lets be real. On a Friday night, I’m either in the salon till really late, or watching good old Netflix marathons.
How do you feel about books that teach men to be “pick up artists”?
Wait. There’s a book that teaches men to be pick up artists? Well clearly it’s either not working or men just don’t read. I think all men need to stop playing a roll to pick up women. Be yourself, and that should win the girl! If she doesn’t like you for you then you shouldn’t be with her.