Diane started her hairdressing apprenticeship at Vidal Sasson, where she rose through the ranks. While working at Daniel Galvin she was introduced to the world of session work which ignited her passion for hair and make-up. While working at Daniel Galvin she did many photographic shoots and assisted great hairdressers like Sam Mcknight and others. Diane then decided to become a freelance hair and make up artist. Over that 15 years she worked on a array of projects and worked with some of the most famous people in the music and film industry.
One of her favourite shoots was 'GQ best of british 1996', shot by the late, great Terence Donovan.
In 2004 Diane opened her salon in Bethnal Green, her aim was to bridge a gap between East and Westend hairdressing.
Chloe Carter started with Diane James as a junior and rose through the ranks to become a stylist.
Her unique eye for style and colour gives her the edge in this ever evolving industry.
Her Balayage work has helped establish her as a much sought after stylist.
Chloe's style is always evolving, which carries through into her work, never a dull moment.
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