Who’s in charge of the world’s best brainwashing hairdressing salon?

MTV News asked a few of the most influential minds in the hairding world what they think of the state of the industry.1.

Brainwash hairstylist David K.D. from The Beverly Hills Hair Salon in Los Angeles: “There are no rules, just go out and find your own style.

The style I work in is very traditional, it’s not the kind of hairdo that is trendy, but it’s very simple.

The best thing about it is that it’s timeless.

People like it because they have their own style.”2.

Hair stylist-artist Laura O’Reilly from The Knot in Seattle: “The best hairdorist will always be someone who has an authentic look.

The way to learn the craft of hairstyling is to try to get the same look you had when you were younger.

I can teach you the basics of the art of hairlines.

It’s not going to be something you’ll be able to do on your own, but I can help you learn.”3.

Hairstylists and stylists from the Hair Institute of New York, Inc. in Los Angeles, California: “I think that the best hairstyle is one that’s timeless, that is still fresh and fresh today.

That’s what I strive for.

That can be anything from a simple barber shop look to a beautiful vintage look.”4.

The founder of The Knot, Lauren L. Schurman: “Hairstylisting is the craft.

It is the art.

It doesn’t have to be the most popular look, it doesn’t even have to look great.”5.

The CEO of the Hair Academy in New York City: “As long as it’s authentic, I feel it has a place in the industry.”6.

Former editor-in-chief of StyleDaily, Dan Sperling: “You need to find the perfect style, the perfect hairdot to the right person.

You have to take it from the top down.

There is no style that will be successful without that.

If you can’t do that, then you’re just not a good hairdressor.”7.

Hair assistant and hairdressed stylist Amy Dominguez from L’Oreal Paris: “Hair is the most important part of your day.

If it’s dry, you can do other things in your life.

If there’s a little bit of hair on your neck, or on your legs, that’s fine.

But if it’s going to dry, and you want to wear something else, then just have the look.

If the hair is great, then that’s great.

If not, it could be a problem.”8.

Salon owner David P. Smith from The Hair Institute: “It is very important to have a good haircut.

You can’t be a professional without having a good hair cut.”9.

Hairdresser-artist Susan L. Anderson: “When you are out in public, you don’t have time to sit down, put your head down and think about your hair.

That is the only time you are actually getting that haircut.

When you are at a salon, you’re in the moment, but your hair is also a part of you.

When I go out, it is just me and my hair.

I think it’s great.”10.

Salon stylist Laura P. from L.A. Hair Salon: “Your hair needs to be well maintained, because it will dry out when you are not wearing it.”11.

Hair and Makeup Designer Emily Pritchard: “What you want is a perfect look.

You want your hair to be just right, and it needs to look amazing.”12.

Salon Assistant and Hair Designer Danielle Siegel from The Laundry: “A good hairstymap is the best hair mask I have ever seen.”13.

Hair Artist-Stylist Kristin S. from Salon Dazzle: “If you want a simple, straight, natural look, then the hairstyle that suits you best is the one that is on the bottom.”14.

Salon Director of Photography Jennifer K. from Hair Salon Studio: “We do a lot of styling for our clients, so if it is not up to our standards, we go back and check.

But when it comes to the hair, it does not need to be too intricate.

If we want it to look perfect, we just need to get it to the top.”15.

Hair Designers and Facialists from Hair Institute, Inc.: “I would say the best hairstyle is for someone with a very straight and clean look.

It will come down to your personal preference.

I do not have a specific style.

I like to mix it up, so I do a combination of straight hair and hairline, and a mix of high and low.

I have tried to find a hair style