hair design/beauty enhancement operator especial
"What made me decide to become a hairstylist was seeing Kevin Bacon's sweet hair in Foot Loose when I was 4 years old. If I wasn't a hairstylist I'd be a tattoo artist, and I spend my time outside of the salon wrangling my chihuahua's and scaling small rocks."
Q: What do you like best about working here at Phillip William Salon?
A: Everybody working here turns out high caliber hair, it keeps me on my toes! They are true professionals who understand custom tailored hair, it's a good energy.
- Graduate of Paul Mitchell The School, Provo
- Uses Schwarzkopf color line
- Offers women's and men's cuts and colors, deep conditions and brazilian smoothing treatments
Q: What have you done since graduating from cosmetology school to further your education?
A: Hair school gives you the most basic of basic education, so right out of the gate I sought to train under amazing hairdressers. I am a hair geek, so naturally, continuing education has always been exciting. I've attended classes across the country, from L.A. to N.Y. and a huge portion of my education has actually come from being the teacher. I was an educator for a European based, hair color company for 5 years so teaching hair color classes to hairdressers across the U.S. really propelled my knowledge of hair. I learn something new every day, it's very exciting.
Q: Where do you think the future of hairstyling is headed and how will you help it get there?
A: When I was a kid I used to watch Star Trek The Next Generation and there was an episode that mentioned that the Enterprise had a barber. With all that technology they still had a barber! I'll be frozen and thawed out in 200 years to be a hairdresser on a starship.