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Corey Santistevan

Lead Barber – Willow Glen

Education:
Cosmetology at San Francisco Institute of Esthetics and Cosmetology A Paul Mitchell Partner School.  Completed 400 hour barber cross-over program.
Special training or certifications:
-AVEDA Men’s Immersion at the Masters Academy, Florida.
-Color Certification for Paul Mitchell The School
Hometown/ Places lived:
I was born and raised in San Jose California.
Why I decided to become a stylist:
I have always had a love for creating art, building relationships with people, and just engaging in good conversations. Being in the hair industry we get to create and build relationships while having the opportunity to make a positive impact in the lives of our guests.
My favorite thing about my work:
Knowing that I put my all in making each haircut the very best I could .
What makes me a great stylist:
My ability to listen. To hear what is important to my guest and use my technical ability to achieve a look that makes them feel confident and that they love–that’s a true art.
What I want every client to know about me:
I enjoy looking at ways to improve my guest’s experience each and every time I see them. Looking at every detail of the service from start to finish, to ensure I’m providing a class A experience each and every time is of the utmost importance.
What is your specialty?
Classic and modern men’s hairstyles and beard grooming.
Have you ever donated your services or talents to a charitable organization? Any community activities/organizations that you’re regularly involved with? 
This has been one of my favorite parts of working in the hair industry. As a student in San Francisco, I had many opportunities to work in the community and provide free haircuts for people in need. I have also been able to work with Meet The Challenge, an organization dedicated to helping those in need, here in San Jose.
What quote or mantra do you strive to live by? 
Our greatest fear should not be of failure, but of succeeding at something that doesn’t really matter. –D.L Moody