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

I’ve been a stylist for 5 years and went to Paul Mitchell the school Las Vegas.


    What do you love about your craft?

What I love about my craft is all the wonderful people that I get to meet and work with. I also love the creative freedom that comes with it.

   What have you learned from your clients?

I learned to be less hard on myself and have more fun with it. They remind me to be in the moment with them and not in my head.

   What do you specialize in?

I specialize in cutting and balayages

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

In cutting I would say shaggy bangs and lots of layers
In coloring it’s you’re one and only money piece or half and half colors
In products it’s all about the frizz control like high dive from R&Co and the body like dry texture spray from oribe

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

Clients should look for their hair type and texture. What the hairstylist specializes in and techniques.

   Where do you find inspiration?

I find inspiration now a days through social media. Seeing what’s hot and trendy.

   What charitable organizations do you feel passionate about?

As a hairstylist I’m passionate about Locs of Love. Having a couple clients myself ask to help donate their hair makes the experience wonderful knowing it’s going to someone in need.

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

I spend my days trying to improve my skills in my hair world, playing video games, painting, or learning to cook.

   Why are professional hair care products important?

Professional hair care products are important because you want to maintain the health of the hair while either using heat, being in humid/dry environments, or while processing.

   What is you favorite shade of lipstick?

My favorite shade of lipstick is a true cherry red. It’s sexy and bold. (:

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