Born in Iran on September 11, 1996, Armin Alizadehmaleki moved from his home country of Iran to Turkey in order to fulfill his density as a barber who can make a difference in the way people look at hair stylists. After gaining some enviable skills, Armin is committed to bringing his experience to his current country of residence England to help students with a comprehensive understanding of barber theory and the hands-on experience they’ll need to become successful professionals.
In the past, Armin has also worked 5 years for Africans in Turkey, where he combined Asian skills and African interests to create a new generation of his work. His differentiating methods for haircuts and hair colouring soon set him apart as he started to send British hairstyles to Iran and Turkey, prompting a cultural revolution. Starting with England, he now has plans to establish a new barbers academy and plans to expand his academy to both Iran and Turkey.
There has always been a great demand for barbers as it can be a great career that involves a lot of creativity and technical skill, not to mention the joy of flexible hours and making others look and feel their best. With the job outlook for barbers expected to grow in the next decade, interested candidates will be hard-pressed to find a better learning alternative than the new barbers’ academy by Armin Alizadehmaleki, who is known to be fluent in Persian, Turkish, and English, making sure that language barrier won’t be a problem at his new academy.
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