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   How long have you been a stylist and what are your educational bragging rights?

I began my hair journey in December of 2019, and graduated Cosmetology School in September of 2021, during my time I was a Paul Mitchell Honors student and was able to take many advanced classes including wig styling and airbrush makeup classes. 


    What do you love about your craft?

I love being able to help my clients become their true selves. Being able to turn their vision of themselves into a reality is so rewarding to me. 

   What have you learned from your clients?

I have learned that everyone in the world has their own issues and that you should be respectful of each person you come across. 

   What do you specialize in?

Believe it or not, I have hundreds of hours put into perms! So if you’re looking for that perfect curl without the dedication of waking up early to curl your hair every day, I’m your girl! I also love working with vibrants so let’s reach your rainbow dreams. 

   What are the up coming treads in hair cutting, coloring and products?

For sure haircuts like the mullet and the shag are coming back into style, as well as the male perm. 

   What should clients look for when they are shopping for a stylist?

Someone you trust. Make sure you believe in the person doing your hair, because they’re helping create how the world will see you. 

   Where do you find inspiration?

From my clients! I am not one to say no, so if you bring me something, and it’s safe for you and your hair, I will say yes! I love when clients help me reach outside of my comfort zone and it helps me become my most creative self. 

   What charitable organizations do you feel passionate about?

Autism Society of America and Project AWARE Foundation. 

   How do you spend your time when not knee deep into your craft? (hobbies)

Reading books, playing pool, and swimming! 

   Why are professional hair care products important?

Just like you don’t want to put fast food into your body every day, you want to make sure what you’re putting in your hair is healthy and beneficial for it. If you want healthy hair, you have to treat it the way you treat the rest of your body.

   What is you favorite shade of lipstick?

I’m a sucker for bright red. Add a black liner and blend it out, you have amazing ombré lips. 

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