Chaz Dean Net Worth

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Chaz Dean is an American stylist and reality television personality. He is an accomplished photographer and amateur stylist. He was born in Vermont, United States of America and was adopted as a child. He was raised in multiple states such as Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Arizona, and California. Eventually, in the mid-80s, he decided to settle in Los Angeles and things took turn for the better. Upon earning his cosmetology certification and after opening his own salon, he quickly began to make a name for himself. His salon has since become very popular, and is known for its tranquil atmosphere and all-natural line of body and hair care products which are often developed by himself. The salon usually serves the rich and famous and does not advertise. He is most widely known for his hair care infomercials, and for his appearances on the Season 3 of the reality show, Flipping Out.

There is not much information on when Dean first started her career. However, it seems like he has been into the business for quite some time now as he is doing exceedingly well for herself. In his career spanning, he started from the bottom and quickly paved his way to the top. His hard work and dedication has not only made him famous but also fortunate. He has worked hard to establish himself as one of the well known personality in the field of styling. By now, she accumulated a good sum of money. His net worth has been estimated to be around $10 million, as of the start of 2014. He undoubtedly receives an exceedingly handsome salary for his good work. His actual salary, however, has been kept hidden and is yet to be revealed by any credible sources. He earns most of her income the owner of his salon. He also earns a considerable sum of money from his appearance on the reality series Flipping Out. 

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Sandra Baillie

Maybe he'll buy me a wig now that I've lost about 60% of what used to be my long THICK blonde hair that was so stunning. I feel, definitely, like I'm missing a part of my self.. Very depressing. Way back when there were no hand held air dryers, I would set my hair on rollers of you must remember this) and sleep with a hairdryer on ALL NIGHT!!! My hair would still be damp in the a.m. with limp, short-lived curls (a few). This has really been devastating. I've been using WEN products for years. Obviously, not any more.