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Maurice Tidy

Introduction recently had the priviledge of meeting the exceptional world class hair designer Maurice Tidy.

(Image of Maurice Tidy to the side - 2005 - all rights reserved).

Throughout his stellar history in the hair trade, Maurice has teamed with such famous fashion designers as Pierre Cardin, Bill Blass, Chanel, Valentino and Normal Kamali.

His spectacular hair creations have been featured in publications such as Vogue, Harper's and Queen, Mademoiselle, Woman's Wear Daily, Modern Bride, Glamour, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, Women's Day, Seventeen, Elle, American Salon, Modern Salon Magazine, The New York Times and Salon News.

Maurice has been at his best in front of the camera weaving his tress magic in partnership with some of the best high fashion and beauty photographers in the world including Avedon, Penn, Skrebinski, Panarti, Bob Stone, Debbie Terbaville, Henry Wold, Gye Borden, David Bailey, Terrance Donavan, Duffy, Norman Parkinson, Patrick Demarchelier and Albert Newton.

Maurice has collaborated with some of the most famous celebrities in the world including the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Jimmy Page, Jimmy Hendrix, Kate Jackson, Jaclyn Smith, Cheryl Tiegs, Twiggy, Jerry Hall, Jean Shrimpton, the Duke and Duchess of Bedford, Connie Chung, Naomi Campbell, Renee Russo, Patti Smith and Isabella Rosellini.

Maurice brings his many years of incredible hair expertise to the world where he will work with clients to recreate some of his most spectacular designs.

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