Tabatha Coffey has devoted her professional life to achieving excellence, as a successful business woman, company owner, hair dresser, educator, motivational speaker and business consultant. Drawing on her years of hands-on experience, Tabatha traveled the country helping struggling business owners turn their lives and businesses around for five season’s of Bravo’s, Tabatha Takes Over. With her signature edgy style, tough love approach and exceptional skills as an artist and as a business woman, Tabatha is without question the golden girl of small businesses. She proves that her professional instincts transcend the realm of beauty and can transform owners and staffs across all kinds of businesses.
Tabatha’s resume is a biography of a natural born hairstylist and business woman from the beginning of her career at age 14 in her native Surfer’s Paradise, Australia, to being chosen as “Fan Favorite” on Shear Genius to her successful runs with “Tabatha’s Salon Takeover” “Tabatha Takes Over.” and soon to premiere “Relative Success”. Tabatha was honored at Logo’s fourth annual NewNowNext Awards where she snagged the coveted “Most Addictive Reality Star” title. Her expert advice has been sought after by many television shows and publications including the TV Guide Channel as their red carpet award show correspondent for the Academy and Grammy Awards. She is also regularly featured as an editorial stylist and contributing writer for People Style Watch, Elle.com, PopSugar and American Salon. She is a regular guest on Sirius’ Larry Flick radio show, The Talk and Good Morning America.
Tabatha is devoted to the art of hair. Her work has been featured in numerous publications and Tabatha has been dubbed as the go-to girl for beauty inquiries throughout the world. Over the last 30 years, she has worked with the veritable who’s who of the industry in Australia, Great Britain and the United States, where she has been honored with numerous award including being inducted into the Australian Hairdressing “Hall of fame”. She has continuously developed, fine-tune and broadened her skills as an artist, educator, and business owner. In addition to regularly traveling around the world to educate stylists at hair shows, Tabatha also works closely to create the incredible hairstyles featured in advertising and trend collection imagery.
Tabatha’s memoir It’s Not Really About the Hair: The Honest Truth About Life, Love, and the Business of Beauty is in its fourth printing published by Harper Collins. Her second book “Own It’ business and life lessons also published by Harper Collins is in it’s third printing.