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bio
  • LIVES IN:

    NYC

  • LIVES FOR:

    products that are easy to work with

  • KNOW FOR:

    artistry and work ethic, an uplifting, easy going personality

  • WANTS EVERY ONE TO HAVE:

    healthy radient hair in a style that fits their person and their personality

  • EARLY TRAINING:

    a national beauty training institute assisting several celebrity stylists

  • SIGNATURE LOOK:

    raditional styling with a sense of freedom hair that is easy, natural and soft.

always carry

Sprunch Mousse + Leave-In Conditioner

You Can Shine Hi-Hold + Hi Shine Hair Spray

product
must have tools

Mixed boar and nylon bristle flat brush

Boar bristles help polish the cuticle for smoothness; nylon bristles give you enhanced control

Clips

Easily hold and section hair–without snagging or leaving indentations–so you can focus on styling one section at a time

Beveled flat iron

The best hot tool to smooth out flyaways, especially around the hairline

Classic 1-inch barrel curling iron

Create the perfect loose wave quickly by wrapping hair around the barrel and holding the iron at an angle
get the right tips

The secret to soft waves

Most people who can't get this look to come out the way they want are using the wrong tools. Begin with a curl-enhancing combo of shampoo and conditioner, then follow with a similar styler. When hair is completely dry, wrap small sections around a beveled edge flat iron or the barrel of a curling iron. Now for the secret: don't clamp the tool around the hair and roll up! Instead, hold it at an angle and wrap the hair around the tool–away from your face–like the swirls of a candy cane.

Rethink your hair spray

Hair spray is almost always viewed as a finishing product–but you can use it as a styler, too. Before you flat iron or curl, lightly mist each section of hair, keeping the bottle at least 6 inches away. Then brush out the section and proceed with the hot tools.