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Emilio Uribe, celebrity hairstylist and makeup artist, reveals how he beat cancer and rebuilt his empire with passion, love and discipline

MIAMI.- He was recognized as one of the 10 best stylists in the United States by one of the most prestigious fashion and style magazines, W Magazine, and today his UBe by Emilio Uribe hair care products are positioned as the favorites of the public and the stars who trust their image in the hands of the Colombian-American stylist.

“I had my house in Los Angeles, but I left it to come to Miami to fight the disease with my friends. That is why Miami is everything to me, it was my salvation, and it is the city that I love and that has given me everything. Here are my friends, including Emilio and Gloria Estefan, and I must say that thanks to them I am where I am”. Uribe has also set trends with Latin celebrities like Luis Miguel, Eva Longoria, and Daddy Yankee, and currently with the actors of the HBO series Empire, and recently made headlines as creator of the looks for the Luis Miguel series on Netflix. .

Proud to defend his Colombian and Italian roots in the United States, Emilio Uribe was born in New York City where he graduated and worked as an interior designer, however, as his mother always had beauty salons, he ventured into that world as cosmetologist, and the rest is history.

“My start in the industry was wonderful. I learned a lot, and I feel lucky to have been able to discover and forge a career doing what I love most in the world, which is my profession”.

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