[but] if you ask me for my honest opinion, I’m gonna give you my honest opinion.And it’s not to hurt people, it’s not to be rude, but I prefer to be honest with people and tell you what I really think, especially if you’re asking me that. My friends, my family, they all know me, it’s who I am, so: no. Do you think it’s because you’re a woman in business as opposed to a man in business? I think unfortunately still there is a big difference between a woman and a man in business — or if they’re strong.It’s a shame, but I still think people are very quick to label a woman a bitch if she’s a strong, kind of forthright, honest woman.And I have a definition of what I think bitch stands for. TC: It’s brave, intelligent, tenacious, courageous and honest.AE: Has that ever created any problems in your personal life?TC: Look, when I’m honest, some people find they’re uncomfortable with it …It’s just taking care of yourself and doing what you need to do. ” You know, “Great for him, he’s a go-getter.” And a woman does it and they’re like, “Ugh, she’s mean,” or she’s this or she’s that, and it’s unfortunate but it does still exist.AE: I’ve met a lot of women in successful businesses and they often have those personalities, and I do think the perception that they’re mean is because of sexism. At the end of the day I need to make sure I take care of myself, and I’m honest with myself and take care of my business.
The first season of the eight-episode series follows the straight-talking and brutally honest Coffey as she visits struggling salons in the New York and Los Angeles areas to make them over. She has been working in the United States for 19 years and owns her own salon, Industrie Hair Gurus, in New Jersey, where she lives with her partner of 10 years.
celebrate Jesus' name) Mi vida es para ti; mi vida es para ti (my life is for you) he does this a bunch of times, then there's an English part..can just listen to it for that part :) (because i assume it's the spanish part you wanted?
Tabatha Coffey may not have made it to the end of the first season of Bravo’s Shear Genius — the out hairdresser and salon owner was cut at the end of Episode 6 — but the fan favorite made it in a different way. You need to have an experience.”Coffey’s directness is part of what made her so memorable on Shear Genius, but it’s also what makes some people uncomfortable — hence, the drama of her new show.
So, although I can only apologize that I don’t have any concrete confirmations to report, I figured it would be worth investigating to at least pass along all of the information and considerations currently available.
Regular readers know I’m always saying that the single biggest determining factor for a show’s chances of renewal are ratings.
For whatever reason, Bravo kind of gave Tabatha the shaft for Season 5.