Stine Enø from Enø Studio, Aarhus
Stine is a passionate hair stylist and proud founding father of Enø Studio in Aarhus.
We share a heat welcome to Stine to our Iles Components household.
1. What would you time period as your specialty inside your commerce?
I really like all components of the commerce. However face mapping and coloration is my absolute favourite a part of the job. Working with bone construction, facial options, eye coloration, skin-color, creating the correct look to suit every consumer the most effective, and so forth., at all times makes me completely love my work. And I have been loving my work for 23 years now.
2. What’s essentially the most fulfilling a part of your job?
Assembly folks of all ages, all trades, making a distinction. As a stylist, we work with our consumer’s identities. We’re hair and make-up architects. We see totally different shades, varieties and buildings, and are compelled to create. There may be a variety of drive and keenness in our commerce when you proceed to feed it. I really like the sensation of needing to create.
3. Why did you select the trail of hairdressing and was it simple to fall into this work?
I used to be supposed to check drugs, however my palms and mind wanted to place within the effort and the hours to study the commerce. It´s like studying to play an instrument. Once you study to grasp the talent, it takes fixed and severe consideration to nonetheless push your talent set and uphold your ardour for the commerce. I nonetheless love science and am very keen on dermatology and endocrinology. I really like chemistry as properly. So the technical a part of being a stylist is a giant a part of what I take pleasure in concerning the commerce. I´m a real hair geek I feel.
4. If you happen to had not made the choice to be a hairdresser what would you may have been?
I’d have studied medicine- little question.
5. What’s your biggest power
I can talk with every kind of individuals. I feel being a stylist is as a lot about communication as it’s about talent. I am a battery; I add vitality the place it is wanted & I am not afraid to talk my thoughts (in a well mannered method in fact). I feel that a part of me you’d both hate or love.
6. Your favourite hairdressing instruments?
UHH that’s tough query. Scissors is the plain choice- however I may also make all shapes and types with simply my hairdryer and brush, or styler. I really like altering varieties and textures. Don´t get me began on the world of a colorist.
7. Inform us about your relationship with ILES FORMULA. How did you uncover us and which method is your favourite?
The serum no 3 is my absolute favourite. If I went to a abandoned island, the serum is what would I convey with me. I personally use it day-after-day, and in addition on everybody; it fixes all the pieces like its magic. I used to be so lucky to have met Wendy and her husband Jacque in particular person in Paris. I used to be in love with Iles Components earlier than we met in particular person, however I feel I fully surrendered after I met Wendy. The information, the curiosity, the professionalism, the stamina, and the drive- all mixed in one of the vital coronary heart warming personalities I´ve ever encountered in my years as a stylist. I’m true Wendy fan.
8. What was essentially the most difficult job you ever had?
That’s a tough query. However I feel working with shoppers which might be affected by hair loss, alopecia, or going by way of chemo is at all times delicate however very rewarding. I additionally educated many individuals over time, and I actually loved it. Session throughout international locations, cultures, esthetics, and perceptions might be essentially the most tough a part of our commerce. What I conceive as stunning is merely a matter of notion, and vice versa.
9. What was your worst hair second and why….privately or on set/stage or within the salon?
Within the late 90´s I used to be a hair mannequin for Lee Stafford UK. He might have given me a buzz minimize for all I cared, he was simply so inspiring (and fairly good on the eyes as properly). He gave me overcut bangs and coloured my hair inexperienced. It was magic whereas we did the tour, however as Monday got here and I returned to Aarhus, my dad wasn´t very impressed; so the inexperienced didn´t keep for lengthy.
10. If you happen to might type anybody’s hair, who wouldn’t it be and why?
Her Majesty the queen of Denmark as a result of I feel she is wonderful and all her pomp and circumstance is sort of magical.
10. The place do you pull all hair inspiration from?
Wendy is wonderful. I am lucky to have seen a variety of her work and completely like it. However I’ve additionally been privileged in my work life. I’ve labored aspect by aspect with a variety of unimaginable hair artists who interpret hair in a different way than I do. I feel It´s inspiring to look and study from one another. I additionally discover inspiration from structure, trend, historical past, and observing the world round and folks in it.
12. Your recommendation to younger hairdressers beginning out?
If It´s not an actual ardour, don’t even give it some thought. Being a stylist is a way of life, not a 9-5 job. All of the magic is completed after hours amongst many individuals and all of the craziness.
13. Aside from the drastic salon hygienic rules, what adjustments to a salon’s day-after-day enterprise do you assume will keep after the Covid-19 disruption?
We at all times solely entertained one consumer at a time within the studio, so our on a regular basis routines did not change that a lot. I am all for the stylists all over the world which might be held in a excessive esteem as a result of it is not a occupation for the faint of hearted. Being a hair stylist is tough work and lengthy hours all put in to changing into a talented craftsman. I hope that the world possibly awoke and acknowledged that it is not simply hair and make-up. We work with our shoppers dignity and personalities. We are able to change how an individual feels about themselves for the higher, in a matter of hours. It´s one of many oldest trades on the earth, and it is an honorable one. I for one am very happy with being a stylist.
However publish COVID, greater than ever it´s vital to regulate administration and numbers. If you happen to don’t run a decent ship- forecasting and managing, or just don´t have the mandatory skillset or curiosity, you must get your self a enterprise associate who can oversee that a part of the enterprise. Expertise and talent will not be value a lot if its not utilized in the correct method. Within the enterprise of being a hairstylist, you must put on many hats.