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SHARON

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Sharon Morrissey is a New York native that has been dedicated to the craft of hairdressing for over 20 years. She has worked in several arenas of the hair industry, including working as an Art Director and Hairstylist for Bumble and Bumble in NYC. Her role entailed inspiring and educating Bumble and Bumble hairstylists with the latest trends in hairdressing, as well as educating at seminars and salons throughout the country. Sharon is a bi-coastal hairdresser who dedicates herself to seeing her loyal clients at Madison Salon, Fred Segal Salon in Santa Monica CA and Bumble and Bumble in NYC. In between her work travels, she teaches her own razor cutting classes that include one on one private sessions for hairstylists and a “Razor cutting with Sharon Morrissey” workshop. We are lucky to count her among our amazing educators here at Madison Salon. In addition to several runway shows in New York, Paris, and Milan, such as Louis Vuitton, Yohji Yamamoto, Dolce and Gabbana, Costume National, Moschino, Gucci, and more, she has a background for doing hair for films, theatrical plays and rock concerts. She has worked on set for MTV, backstage at the VHI Grammy Awards and on set for a series of Victoria’s Secret commercials and was interviewed for her work by magazines such as Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, Mademoiselle, and In Style. Sharon resides in California, a proud mother of two daughters. She is thrilled to be a hairstylist and educator at Madison Salon in Newport Beach, CA. Her love and passion for the art of hairdressing and educating others is a life long journey that continues to grow.

What do you like most about working with your clients?

My favorite part of working on clients is watching the connection between a person’s inner and outer self come together and the ever changing styles and intermixing of eras between fashion and hair.

What is your favorite quote?

“We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think. When the mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves.”