Master Stylist | Colorist
When did you start with this salon?
Aveda Institute SOHO 2001
Arrojo Studio SOHO, Ted Gibson Flat Iron District NYC, Saks 5th Ave NYC, Oribe NYC
Why did you decide to become a stylist?
When I was a little girl, my mother was a hairdresser at Bumble & Bumble which is a very special place. She was a rock star because she made people feel and look good. To me, there is no easier way to be a rock star than to make people feel good and build their self- esteem. This has always been a natural talent for me. So I guess I was raised to be a hairdresser.
What makes me a great stylist/colorist:
I love it all! From soup to nuts, this is where I belong. I could be nothing else!
Best professional moment:
Early in my career, I was cornered in an elevator by Farrah Fawcett during fashion week fall 2004, demanding to see my body art after my mentor styled her hair. Present day, being on stage demonstrating color techniques at the 2012 Behind the Chair Color Show
Master in Razor Cutting, Balayage, Red Carpet Styles
What I want every client to know about me:
I truly want every person that sits in my chair to look and feel their best!
Have you ever donated your services or talents to a charitable organization?
I love the Make a Wish Foundation. Ive donated my serives in local fundraisers for them. I also donated my serives for families at the Ronald McDonald house.
Where has my work been seen?
On the runways of NY Fashion Week in Bryant Park 2003-2005
What is your specialty?
I love it all! Come on in!
What quote or mantra do you strive to live by?
Live and Let Live
Who is your dream client? Why?
Describe the worst hair phase you’ve been through:
I had a little fro my enire childhood. At 13, that fro turned into a bush. I paid my dues early in life!