Franky Neru started cutting hair aged 13 and it took over his life.
He taught himself how to trim and style and started earning money. He would do haircuts in the art room at school and practice on his brothers.
But at around the same age, something else also started taking over his life.
"It was hard. You don't want to show it and you don't want kids laughing at you," says Mr Neru, who was diagnosed with Tourette's syndrome.
Tourette's is a neurological disorder that brings on repetitive tics. Your body moves without your control and sometimes you make noises without meaning to.
But for Franky, whose job involves razors against skin and scissors, how does he cope and deal with it and what challenges does he still face?
Watch the video for the full Story report.