As part of Bravo’s previously announced five nights of original programming lineup, "Tabatha's Salon Takeover" returns with a brand new season on Monday, December 6, at 10 p.m. ET with the no-nonsense and smartly styled Tabatha Coffey, as she transforms the lives and businesses of salon owners across the country. In season three, Coffey hits the road and visits struggling salons in California, Massachusetts and Texas. For one week, she confiscates the keys to the establishments and takes over as boss, bringing her unapologetic, brutally honest approach to the salon owners and stylists who are in dire need of her skilled business direction.
Tabatha Coffey is qualified for the job like no other. Working since she was 14 years old, Coffey began her career in Surfer’s Paradise, Australia. Since then, she has been working with the salon industry’s top dogs in the United States, Great Britain, and Australia. Over the years, the edgy and energetic Coffey has sharpened her skills as a hairstylist and business owner, but she now finds her passion in educating others about the field. For ten years she has represented the company Artistic Team, traveling around the world to various hair and fashion shows, including Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Apart from being a hairstyling expert, she also holds a position as an editorial stylist for fashion and beauty publications. But when she isn’t rushing across the country aiding desperate salon owners, editing, or making it to fashion shows, Coffey manages her salon in New Jersey or works with clients in West Hollywood. Be on the lookout for her new memoir titled "It’s Not Really About the Hair: The Honest Truth about Life, Love, and the Business of Beauty." The wisdom and charisma that Coffey illustrates in the show is sure to project through her book.
This season, no task is too big for Tabatha. Whether it’s moving into a salon owner’s house for the night to stage a family intervention, tackling five slacking owners in one salon, turning around a downtrodden children’s salon with stylists who don’t like kids or even doing hair, renovating a gay salon with questionable taste, or trekking a salon’s staff to the middle of the Mohave Desert to learn to survive as a team— Tabatha gives these struggling salons the major push they need to get back on track.
The salons Coffey will makeover in the California, Massachusetts and Texas areas include:
- Mia Bella - San Bruno, CA
- Christopher Hill - Brentwood, CA
- Vendome - Houston, TX
- West End - Provincetown, MA
- Avanti - Boston, MA
- Touch of Elegance - Tewkesbury, MA
- Bqute - Palmdale, CA
- A Star Is Born - Mission Viejo, CA
- Concerto - Valencia, CA
Tune in December 6th to get some hairstyling tips of your own! For more information about the show, visit Bravo’s website at www.BravoTV.com