Simone Menenti is quickly making a name for herself in the Australian hairdressing industry, as a committed individual with the vision of becoming an influential and inspirational hairdresser.
This vision, her unrivalled pursuit of creative excellence, and the support of her team at Sydney’s é SALON, has contributed to Simone’s consecutive Finalist nominations in the prestigious Schwarzkopf Professional Hair Expo awards for 2015 New Creative Force and 2014 Apprentice of the Year.
With personal development a very important aspect to her career, Simone’s goal in everything she undertakes is to have a positive impact; on the people around her, on the industry and any project she is working on. Simone truly strives to be a great example of a young hairdresser and considers her career the biggest priority in her life.
Simone’s belief that career success is dependent purely on work ethic and personal and creative development has already seen her be a part of the L’Oréal Professionnel Session Styling Team at David Jones fashion parades, win a place on the GHD Session Team working backstage at fashion weeks and events, become a junior member of the é SALON Creative Team assisting at Hair Expo and various education seminars conducted by the team, and worked with & alongside some of the industry’s biggest names at events like Hair Expo, HairRaise, Global.Synergy and Ssshhh: The Oz Secret.
Simone’s work ethic, integrity and attention to detail stands her good stead to continue to make an impact on the industry in Australia & globally. In everything she does the é SALON team is working with her, supporting and inspiring her.
“I always work to give 100%, set new standards be a role model, and more importantly, inspire other apprentices to be the best they can be. My vision for my career path as an outstanding hairdresser is to be recognised for my skills, session styling work, and the dedication I have for my work, and our great industry. I want to continue to produce creative and inspiring work both in the salon with my clients, out of the salon on creative assignments.”