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Who Is Ken Paves?

For the past 14 years Ken Paves has remained one of the most sought after hairstylists in the world. He has been recognized by and his work has appeared in Vogue, Marie Claire, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, Allure, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, GQ, In Style, American Salon, Modern Salon and many other publications around the world.

(Image of Celebrity Hairstylist Ken Paves on Bravo/TV's Shear Genius 3 where he was a very special Guest Judge with show host Camilla Alves - Bravo/TV - All Rights Reserved)

In fashion and entertainment he has created award-winning styles on the tresses of Jennifer Lopez, Eva Longoria, Jessica and Ashlee Simpson, Celine Dion, Fergie, Eve and Jessica Alba to name a few.

Dubbed by the media as the "hottest hairdresser in Hollywood," Ken has been a regular guest since 2003 on The Oprah Winfrey Show as well as a highly sought after expert for countless entertainment and fashion programs and publications.

Ken recently transformed, to rave reviews, the makeovers for the current season of America's Next Top Model as well as led "Oprah's Great American Haircut" show. He has become an industry favorite for his talent and vision, and his unparalleled dedication to his clients.

Ken's bio page for designing the looks for Celine Dion and her cast for her "A New Day" show noted that what is so great about Ken, besides his talent, is that he has never lost sight of the fact that he is in the service industry.

Industry insiders respect Ken for his unique vision and hairstyles that incorporate innovative, confident and sexy designs. Understanding that hair is not only an accessory to his client, but also an accessory to fashion, Ken's signature trademark is classic to modern with an impeccable interpretation of personal style.

Ken's success and respect as the world's most recognized hairstylist is illustrated by the international success of his line of clip-in hair extensions, Hairdo, which was created by Ken and inspired by Jessica Simpson.

Launched in Fall 2006, to surprising success and enormous distribution, Hairdo is sold at retailers and salons around the world; throughout the United States, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Africa, Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Cyprus, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, and Sweden.

Ken's personal beauty branding and recognition has also led him to achieve great success on HSN. With such commercial successes Ken still maintains a hands-on approach with all of his clients and at his salons.

In lieu of such achievements, Ken still maintains selflessly passionate and dedicated to his craft, always hoping to inspire and be inspired.

"I believe that my work has only been recognized because it was my goal to make each woman who sat before me truly feel unique and beautiful as herself and that showed! Every woman along the way of this amazing journey has inspired me to see beauty with no definition...beauty cannot be bought or applied. It can only be recognized."

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