Anthony Pazos

 

 

 

Anthony Pazos Transforming a woman from her everyday appearance into something magical is a dream that Anthony Pazos turns into reality using hair as the medium.

Los Angeles native, Anthony Pazos has immersed himself in the world of beauty since he was just a child. Coming from a family of artists, Anthony’s passion for hair and makeup has lead him down a road full of unique opportunities and success. Known for his artistic vision and eye for perfection, Anthony Pazos has created fabulous looks for some of the biggest names in Hollywood. Classically trained at Vidal Sassoon, Toni & Guy and extensive knowledge of the Jean Louis David and Jacque Dessange techniques from Paris, leaves Anthony always striving for excellence.

Currently working as the lead stylist, Anthony’s studio is based in West Hollywood right on the Sunset Strip, where he divides his time between private clients, editorial shoots and film projects. Anthony has worked with top celebrities such as Ashley Greene, Khloe Kardashian, Leighton Meester, One Direction, to name a few.

With such a background it’s not surprising to find Anthony’s work featured in renowned publications as Vogue Italia, Maxim, Hollywood Reporter, Backstage, Wired, Venice, Fader and Curve Magazines.

Anthony has been featured on E! Style Network’s “How Do I Look”, “Split Ends” and can be seen on WEtv’s hit show “LA Hair”. Reference

 

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