Pretty in the City – Could You Be the Next Shear Genius?

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At your salon, everyone calls you “Edward Scissorhands.” You’re a whiz with the shears, and champion of the clippers. And honey, don’t even get started about your mad hair coloring skills. You’re a cut above Supercuts, and too creative for the Hair Cuttery. You’ve got style, sass, and personality to spare. And for you, hair styling isn’t just a profession and a paycheck. It’s your life’s calling. Well, Bravo TV is looking for you.

The casting agents for the reality competition Shear Genius are filling the rosters for season two of their successful styling show. Are you a professional, licensed stylist? Think you’ve got what it takes? Dying to join the long list of locally residing former reality television stars? On Monday, January 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., they’ll be at JPMS Hi Tech the School of Cosmetology, 1303 SW 107th Ave., Miami. If you’re already all booked up that day, fret not thyself. All you need to do is email a photo, contact information and why you are America’s next top hairdresser to bravosheargenius@yahoo.com. Visit www.bravotv.com/casting for the deetz. -- Patrice Yursik

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