He started cutting hair experimenting with his brother and now hundreds of people send him direct messages on TikTok, YouTube, Instagram y Twitter to ask you for an appointment. This is the inspiring history of success of Dami Lare Sulolaa barber who has become something of a celebrity thanks to his enormous popularity on social media.
With millions of followers across all of his platforms, Sulola – better known as Doc Dami – regularly receives inquiries from potential clients from Calgary, Canada in which he currently resides, even from more distant cities such as Atlanta and Los Angeles, in USAthat of countries “across the pond” how United Kingdom.
According to the portal cbc.cathe young barber is selective with his clientele. “Some offer me a lot of money for a haircut, but I realize they don’t do it to connect. I care more about the person than the money”he specified, who demonstrates it with the many videos he shares on TikTok of the dramatic before and after of his clients.
For example, in one of his most recent viral videosa man is heard saying that this has been “best haircut ever” while contemplating his new image in a hand mirror. “Once you start cleaning [el cabello], it begins to shine. Many people are unaware of their true potential.Sulola stressed about the people he serves.
It is important to know where we come from to know where we are going
Although she used to be bullied when she was younger for wanting to become a barber, Dami Lare Sulola hopes to instill in other people the desire to achieve their dreams, even if it means others don’t understand them. “I want to show people that one can change the minds of others. That one can prove them wrong.”narrowed down
Although he used to do 20 haircuts a day, at the moment Sulola limits himself to just three so that he can intentionally focus on each of his clients. “For me, it’s more about quality than quantity. If we do it just for the money, there is a 100% chance that you will start to lose the passion. And I don’t want to lose her.”ended.