VIDEO INTERVIEW | Spasovski: My parents were against my choice to become a hairdresser, now they are my biggest support

Stefan Spasovski / Photo: Sloboden Pechat / Dragan Mitreski

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Stefan Spasovski is a successful hairdresser. For Free Press says that his inspiration for this profession was watching many fashion shows. He followed the work of many famous hairdressers, who motivated him to love this profession even more.

– This is a profession where we learn all our lives. During my education, my parents did not allow me to study this, but after my formal schooling, I completed many private courses. It was on those courses that I was educated in this profession. Then maybe I didn't have all the support from my parents, but that's why today they are my biggest support - says Spasovski.

He explains about the profession that it is not easy at all.

Stefan Spasovski / Photo: Sloboden Pechat / Dragan Mitreski

- It requires a lot of dedication, attention, care in the techniques of creating part of the hairstyles, also part of the coloring techniques - says Spasovski.

He tells young people to believe in themselves and do what they love and what fulfills them.

Stefan Spasovski / Photo: Sloboden Pechat / Dragan Mitreski

- Dream and don't give up on your dreams - Spasovski is decisive.

Watch the entire interview of colleague Agnesa Chavoli below:

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