What happens when your boyhood dreams actually come true? You’ve been celebrity watching from the sidelines with the rest of us and suddenly you’re in the thick of it, stylist to the stars and hanging with the jet-set?
Steven Smith shares his hilarious autobiography, which shares candid tales from the celebrity front line and the inside secrets on the hairdressing game after he rose to fame as a celebrity makeover artist in the late 1990s. Steven had a style column in The Sun newspaper and travelled the world with the likes of Katie Price, Kelly Brook, Lorraine Kelly and movie icon Elizabeth Taylor.
It Shouldn’t Happen to a Hairdresser charts the lives of three inseparable friends – actress and TV star Denise Welch, late great showbiz journalist Lester Middlehurst, and Steven. As Brighton’s ‘Bright Young Things’ hit the big time, there’s heartbreak and tragedy waiting in the wings.
This page-turning memoir is quite simply a cut above.