Who you are and what you’ve done?

My names JP Michael, not Michael or John Paul the pope. JP! Some even shorting it to just J... Didn’t think it could get any shorter!

How many years hairdressing as a Barber/Stylist?

I’ve been in the industry for 4 years but my passion for hair has always been there! I wouldn't leave my friends hair alone growing up. It began with ladies’ hair but quickly moved on to barbering. I think I was scarred with the haircuts my dad used to give me himself... from bowl cuts to a 6 on top + 4 on the sides FML!

What’s would you say is your specialty (cuts and/or colours)?

I’d say my specialty would be fading and fixing botched haircuts (too an extent). Some are passed saving!

What’s the best thing about working in Glasgow and Rebel Rebel?

The best thing about working for rebel is you’re not put into a box/category and stuck there. They give you the opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills. Also being around such creative stylist pushes your own boundaries

What are your interests, and/or passions?

R'n'B, Hip hop and Rap Music are my favourite genres of music. Nicki Minaj is my woman!! I love to follow the latest trends and make sure my style is on point. Don't worry I’ll keep you guys looking on point too.

Why did you want to become a Hairdresser or Barber?

3/4 years ago I done my barbering college placement in Rebel Rebel city and was inspired by the talent there and that's what made me realise I didn't want to be no average short, back and sides barber.

What’s your favourite professional tool and why?

My favourite professional styling tools would be my hairdryer and round brush. As long as you have that you can manipulate the hair into the style you want.

Sum up your personality in the length of a tweet….?

To sum up my personality I would say I'm down to earth but a little bit sassy!