Nomen est omen. Tundi is ‘short’ for Tunde (pronounce: toon-deh), meaning ‘fairy’. She is a very humble, positive and selfless person who is driven to serve others and to succeed. She showcases a plethora of hairdressing tricks and techniques. Her French free style cutting technique and colouring expertise is something clients appreciate and trust. A real team player, Tundi is a joy who drives us all to do more, to become better at whatever we are doing, and leads by example.
I qualified in 2014 as a professional hairdresser, and have been further developing myself ever since. Hairdressing is a skill you learn and develop throughout your career.
I’ve always been a very creative person and love to make other people happy, in hairdressing I’m lucky to be able to combine these two passions of mine and make a difference. It is a childhood dream of mine, and I’m really lucky to have had an incredible teacher whose professionalism and enthusiasm was a great example that planted a life-long inspiration in me.
One big achievement was coming second at an international hair competition in braids and plaits. And I loved my training at L’Oréal Academy where I received a very thorough education about both cutting and colouring techniques and haircare, styling and finishing.
AREA OF EXPERTISE
Hair-up, hair-up, hair-up. That’s where I can really express my creativity. I also love doing short ladies’ haircuts because there’s more room for freedom there.
Wella Oil Reflections. A fantastic hair care product that I recommend as a must-have for ladies with chemically treated and/or dry hair.
Be true to your emotions, express how you really feel, and listen to your gut.