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    Jon Steinick - Shear Genius 3


    Jon Steinick
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    Jon discovered early in life that his future would be in hair. At the young age of five, he would watch in awe as a master stylist transformed his motherís hair during frequent visits to a Paul Mitchell salon. From then on, he was hooked. Jon went on to graduate at the top of his class from the Iowa School of Beauty when he was just 18. Upon graduation, he quickly landed work with celebrities including Bette Midler and Janet Jackson. Jon continued to harness his skills as a stylist at a myriad of notable institutions, including Bumble & Bumble in New York, Vidal Sassoon in Los Angeles and Jingles in London. He spent five years working for famed stylist Oribe at his Fifth Avenue Salon in New York where he styled countless runway shows and honed his craft. Jon then moved to Nashville, his home for the past 13 years, and has styled the likes of LeAnn Rimes, Alan Jackson, Lisa Marie Presley and Poison.

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    Re: Jon Steinick - Shear Genius 3

    Well if I had to pick any early favorite I guess he would be it. Im not really wild about him or anything but his hair design last night was AMAZING and he so deserved his win.

    But what is up with his voice? It sounds like he smokes 3 packs a day! And his lips are a little weird too ...just saying...

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    Re: Jon Steinick - Shear Genius 3

    Ok yea he is definatly one of my early favs!

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    Re: Jon Steinick - Shear Genius 3

    Can't stand this guy. He sounds like Danny Bonaduce. He has maturity problems, and problems with being appropriate.
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