Years in the Hairdressing Industry: Twelve Years.
What is your favorite thing about the Hairdressing Industry?
Meeting all sorts of lovely people everyday and making people look and feel beautiful.
What is one of your Hairdressing best moments?
Qualifying! Getting my Final Certificate.
Before becoming a Tutor, what we you doing?
Working full time as a Commercial Stylist in a Devonport Salon.
Who are your Hairdressing Inspirations?
Wang Lee and of course, Vidal Sassoon.
If you could five one piece of advice for Hair over the Autumn Months, what would this be?
I love Autumn colours, and having the colours of Autumn represented in the hair. Intense or soft Coppers, deep Marmite Chocolates with soft Iridescent Beiges scattered through to give interest throughout the design. I am loving that cuts are going back to being blunt with heavy fringes. Its also nice to see loose curls are still continuing to make their presence known. Try and do weekly Moisture Treatments to maintain the moisture levels – this will leave the hair soft and supple. Makeup is soft, creating a soft glowing dewy skin with a heavy dark eyeliner.
What do you love most about training up and coming Stylists?
It is so rewarding!! I love watching the growth and seeing them become amazing Hair Stylists.
When I am not in the Academy – You will find me …
At the Salon working, or at the Beach!
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What advice can you give to someone who is looking at studying the Level 3 Salon Support and/or Level 4 Emerging Stylist Qualifications?
Try doing some work experience in a local salon. This will give you a feel for the industry! If you love it, don’t delay – you will not regret it!