Author: Patrice Bisiot
ISBN 978-1-62137-761-0 (Softcover)
Give your life a makeover!
We’re all fascinated with the concept of the makeover. The media is pushing it as the quick fix, but that avoids the real issue and sweeps it under the rug. A hair or fashion makeover on the outside will only be as successful as the mindset and attitude changes you make on the inside.
Change of any kind, no matter what, should come from your mind and grow into a well-adjusted decision before any type of physical transformation. This thought-provoking book will guide you through the journey of transforming not only your style, but your life!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
French native Patrice Bisiot moved to the US from Paris to pursue his dream of becoming a master hairstylist. His experience, education, and dedication have earned him worldwide recognition as a top expert in his field. His clientele includes celebrities, models, and entertainment industry professionals. When not practicing his craft, he travels the world giving seminars and lectures, spreading his passion for the career he loves.
During his rare free time, Patrice relaxes by painting in his own unique style, with oil being his favorite medium. He also enjoys a wide variety of music and movies and can spend an afternoon engrossed in the big screen. Still a kid at heart, he loves Marvel superheroes and reads the comic books whenever he can. As he says, “It’s in my DNA—because I love the idea of saving the world, making sure everyone is okay. I always want to know how I can help, what I can do to fix the situation.” He often donates his time with different charities, usually those that focus on helping children in some way.
Currently Patrice lives a bicoastal life, with residences in Beverly Hills and Manhattan.
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