Joseph Anthony

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🏙 Philadelphia, PA
⭐️ Assistant Stylist
🌈 André Richard Salon

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Gave Mom a Bob 💇🏻‍♀️
Big Bouncy Blowouts are my thing 🙏🏼 •
#phillyhairstylist #phillyhair #blowout
🍫 Brunette Red ⭐️
#phillyhairstylist #wellacolor #wellaprofessional
Texture Transformation ✨
SWIPE to see the before 👉 •

⭐️Balayage by @hairbykatec ⭐️ Styling by yours truly
#redkencolor #phillyhair #blonde #balayage
She loved her highlights today 😍👌🏽😙 #blondehair #highlights #phillyhairstylist
Round Brush Glam 💛
After/Before- Brightened her up a little and blended her way overgrown color out with a subtle Balayage #phillyhairstylist #balayage #haircolor
It’s been a while since I posted anything so here’s a video of me blowing out my sisters very dense, coarse, unruly hair 😚 that’s all her natural hair #blowout #phillyhairstylist
Effortless Hair 😙 #blowdry #bloout #beachhair #phillyhairstylist
🌊 Summer17' Beachy Waves #phillyhairstylist #beachwaves #phillyhair #hairstyles #curlyhairstyles
I'm so happy to have found a career that I love and am so passionate about at my age. My exposure to the industry began when I was in high school and was offered a chance to start training for cosmetology at a vocational school. At that time I wasn't doing so great in school, I was failing classes left and right and my attendance was horrible. I was actually motivated to get up for school now and would wake up excited to go to my cosmetology class and learn everyday. Despite my eager excitement to learn and practice I had a very hard time with hair when I first started, everything was new to me unlike the girls in my class who had been doing each other's hair since they were kids. I ended up failing my very first marking period of cosmetology in my junior year because of this. The assignments were so simple: part a mannequin into 4 sections, do a basic rollerset, etc. I flunked all of these tests because I had just started doing hair and everything was brand new to me. Despite this initial blow I never did give up though, I started taking my training very seriously. I would lug my heavy kit around school all day to take it home and practice everything. When I wasn't at school I was always advancing my skills, whether I was watching Sam Villa on YouTube or blowing out my sisters thick and curly hair, I stayed learning. By my senior year of cosmetology my skills had only gotten better and I was on the fence about where I would take myself next since I had failed that one marking period a year before and wouldn't have enough hours to get my license right after graduating high school. I decided to continue my training and enrolled at the Beauty Institute where I was able to build on what I had previously learned in high school and gain tons of exposure to several high end salons and experienced professionals. I started hairdressing when I was 16, I'm 19 now and I absolutely love what I do. There is nothing else I would rather be doing for the rest of my life than becoming the best hairdresser I can be. Today I officially complete my training at the Beauty Institute and this is only the beginning 💪🏽✨ The sky is not the limit