uot;It’s about building a relationship so you can get great hair.”
It’s all about communication, belief and confidence.
"It’s hard to see yourself from the outside,” he said. "My advice, my vision, my encouragement help people get that great look.”
He stresses the importance of trust on "What Not to Wear” and in his own 13,000-square-foot salon, with its staff of more than 70. "We have about 650 clients a week that come through my door.”
Arrojo has been on the television show since its beginning, when he shampooed hair in a bathtub and filmed in an apartment. Fans know that his own hair has gone through several stages.
"For me, it’s kind of a fun thing,” he said. "Over six years, I get bored with my own hair. I like to change it up a little bit. Viewers get to see the journey of a full year. I’m in that short phase again and I’m not sure where we’re going to go.”