Jeffrey Pivaral – hairdresser whose salon is in a central area of Lake Worth. Says Jeffrey Pivaral: “I work in a barber for about five years, and I really enjoy my profession. I do not feel at work. It feels like I just have fun every day. Very nice to be your own boss. This is a business that is always stable. People always need a haircut. People always try to look good going for an interview or a wedding, or in anticipation of some important dates. I would say that this business is immune from any recessions and downturns. After graduation in high school, I worked as a builder. Not to say that I succeeded in all. I just was not in place. I have an aunt who runs a barber in California for nearly twenty years. I also have a sister who works as a barber. They offered me to study and try himself as a barber. I attended special courses during the year, and I eventually fell in love with this profession.
One day, while walking here in the city center, I walked into an antique store in search of ancient instruments hairdresser. I started collecting. I found this barbershop here, in the window which was put up a lot of interesting tools. I went in and asked the owner if he agreed to sell some of the things. He refused to sell tools, but asked me to come to his work, and then, perhaps, he would sell me his barber shop. I worked on it for a year. He retired, gave me a hairdresser, and she is now mine. “