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EP219: Robert Lobetta – A Hairdressing Great (Part 2)

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Robert Lobetta joined us back in Episode 200 and it was an incredible honour for me to interview one of hairdressings greatest and most respected names of all time. It was a fascinating listen as we got a better understanding of who Robert Lobetta is, and everything that he stands for in hairdressing. And today I'm really excited to be able to bring you all Part 2 of this conversation – it has some seriously visionary ideas from Robert. We will get to learn what Robert's thoughts on the future of hairdressing, education along with later into the podcast conversation, Robert’s advice to all young hairdressers. Theres so much to come in todays episode that you won’t want to come away from it. So lets wait no more and dive right into one of my most favourite moments of the How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry podcast.     A podcast produced by Hairy Media Productions  Thanks for Listening   Support the How To Cut It podcast by becoming a Patreon HERE   To share your thoughts: Leave a note in the comment section below. Ask a question by emailing me HERE Share this show on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one. Subscribe on iTunes. Follow on Spotify. Subscribe by Email. Thank you to Robert Lobetta for joining me on todays podcast. Until next Monday, Peace, Love and Smiles all the way… Goodbye.

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