|Full Name Adee Phelan|
Years active 1999–present
Name Adee Phelan
Occupation Hair dresser
Adee Phelan Celebrity Hair Stylist Showreel
Adee Phelan (born 1974) is a British hairdresser'. He has set up his chain of hairdressing salons and photography studios.
- Adee Phelan Celebrity Hair Stylist Showreel
- Interview with adee phelan
- Early life
Interview with adee phelan
Phelan was born in Ireland, moving to Birmingham, England as a youngster. Phelan left school aged 10 and was unable to read or write. Aged 15 he moved to Manchester, then Essex, where he opened up a hairdressing salon. During his time in Essex he suffered from severe depression, drink, drugs and gambling problems.
Phelan's career began at the age of 25, when he was taken under the wing of another hairdresser. In 1999, his stylist career officially kicked off as he graduated as Senior Stylist and began developing his cutting styles and techniques. By 2000, he won the British Men's Hairdresser of the year award.
In 2002, Phelan and Nicky Edgeley set up a hair salon, 'Strangeways', in Leigh-on-Sea. Phelan became noticed by top celebrities, who eventually became his clientele. During the same year, he won the image of the year award 2002, following David Beckham's mohawk in the GQ shoot prior to the World Cup. This aided and completed contracts with Remington, Jerome Russell and the Conair Corporation.
Later, in 2005, Phelan launched an electrical range with Babyliss, called Adee&Paul, including thermo-ceramic pro straighterners and curling tongs. While in West End, London, he launched one of the most innovative hair salons, Bloww.
Throughout the years Phelan has also developed his own range of hair care products. However, his latest launch, 2011, saw the introduction of the new Hair Colour Remover range.
Phelan has recently developed a new chain of hair dressing salons, including a photography studio, called Adee Phelan. Current location of these studios include The Cube in Birmingham, Covent Garden and Belgravia, both in London.
Simultaneously, Phelan speaks at national seminar and workshops, as well as regular radio interview. He has also appeared in a few television programmes, listed below.