THE ARTISTS

Interviews with hair, makeup, nails, wardrobe, photography and fine artists

Anastasiya Babicheva

Russia

“Definitely love what you do with your whole body and soul”.

What country are you from and where do you live?

I’m from Russia. I live and work in Moscow.

Title of what you do and what company you work with?

I’m a hairdresser and a teacher. I work At the Academy of Hairdressing “Dolores” (@dolores_academy). This is the best Academy in Russia in hairdressing.

Education background (Hair school, art school, no school)?

I received my hairdresser’s degree at The Dolores Academy.

What is your signature style/artistic expression to your work?

In my work, I stick to shape, color, texture and try to connect these important details into a single whole, preserving femininity, sexuality and mystery of the image.

Do you have a career turning point or big break that has helped your career? What was your scariest and proudest moment in your career?

There were no breaks in my career.  My profession is my life! Therefore, there were ups and downs, and each period taught me something and so I always move forward in anticipation of new emotions and experiences.

For me, the most important moment in my career, when I began to teach!  Sharing knowledge with others is my destiny! I am a teacher of hairdressing and I am proud of it!

What is next for your career goals?

I am attracted to everything new, so I do not stop learning always.  I observe the activities of my colleagues in Russia and in other countries and new skills are always a victory.  Participation in competitions helps to gain experience and new acquaintances.

What advice would you give to someone starting out in your business? 

Definitely love what you do with your whole body and soul.  Do not stop working and only move forward!

Instagram: @minochkinan

 

Samuel Engelking

Toronto

“Everyone has a story and the more they wear that story on their face, the more I want to photograph them”.

What country are you from and where do you live?

I live in Toronto, Canada and was born here but my mother is Jamaican and my father was German so my Canadian experience is from the perspective of a second generation citizen. 

Education background (photography, art school, no school)?

I began as self taught and when I thought I really had potential to make this a career I went to school for photojournalism. 

Do you have a signature style/artistic expression? 

My style is still evolving, when I have the freedom though I will definitely lean towards creating moody images often heavy on the shadows. Otherwise, I’ve been playing a lot with colour lately using gels and such.

How would you describe your work? What type of images or people do you like to shoot?

Clean, bold and direct. I love shooting all types of people, everyone has a story and the more they wear that story on their face, the more I want to photograph them. I like creating images that make people feel empowered. We’re bombarded everyday with images meant to make us feel insecure I feel I can provide some value by helping people see beyond those limiting perceptions. 

Do you have a career turning point or big break?

Landing a staff job at a notable magazine in my local market was pivotal for my career in terms of opportunities to photograph notable people, getting published weekly, increasing my visibility and rapidly improving due to the volume at which I was shooting. 

What is next for your career goals?

I’m really passionate about growth and expanding my editorial and commercial client list. Shooting more campaigns and continuing to raise the bar for myself is high on my list of goals.

What advice would you give to someone starting out in your business?

I think shooting as much as you can, you can only get better by doing. Assisting is a great way to learn as well so I always recommend that. Figure out what it is you want to shoot and go hard with it. 

Instagram:  @samuelengelking

Website:  www.samuelengelking.com

Alkan Emin

Toronto

“I like to work from the inside out. People’s feelings are very important to me”.

What country are you from and where do you live?

I live in Toronto, Canada but I am originally from Northern Cyprus. 

Education background (photography, art school, no school)?

I have a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and Theatre History with a minor in Art History.  I picked up a camera by accident then I took a few technical photography courses after graduation.  I learnt the rest by trial and error!

Do you have a signature style/artistic expression? How would you describe your work?

I consider myself a portrait artist. I am very inspired by artist like Paolo Roversi, Richard Avedon and Peter Lindbergh.  I like to be very organic when I shoot, so I like to work from the inside out. People’s feelings are very important to me.

What type of images or people do you like to shoot?

I love to shoot anyone. I love to shoot faces with character.  I find the beauty in everyone. It is most important to have a camera in my hand. That is what motivates me.

Do you have a career turning point or big break?

When I was living in Beijing, I got booked to shoot Harper’s Bazaar and Marie Claire then one week later I shot the cover of Cosmopolitan.

What is next for your career goals?

I was recently granted a US green card….NEXT stop New York!!!  That simultaneously fits in with my partner and I opening a model management agency @me.modelmanagement.

What advice would you give to someone starting out in your business?

Always take risks and never give up (I genuinely mean this !!!!)

Instagram @alkaneminphotography

@me.modelmanagement

Website:  www.alkanphotography.com

Nicolas Jurnjack

Paris, France

“For me, hair is the major material through which I express myself.”

What country are you from and where do you live?

I’m French, born in Marseille. I have lived between Paris and NYC and travelled to many places all over the world for the past 35 years. During these years I think I’ve spent more time in planes, airports and trains than at home.

Title of what you do and what company you work with?

Im a hairstylist and I work in fashion and beauty industry, mainly for international editions of Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, ELLE, and with hair brands as a consultant, TV commercials for fragrance … designer brands, celebrities, etc.

Education background (Hair school, art school, no school)?

Well, I stopped college at a young age, I didn’t have much interest in the regular school program so I ended up in what we call in France a CFA, which is a government school for hairdressing. I must confess it wasn’t very fulfilling for me so I did not carry the experience too long. But I did stay in the business and learned to be a hairdresser working in hair shops in my home town until I decided to move to Paris at the age of 18 with the goal of working in the fashion industry.

What is your signature style/artistic expression?

I love diversity, I love innovation, so in a way it is quite difficult to lock myself into one specific style. In the fashion industry, you have to be capable of doing all kinds of hairstyles. For sure, like any fashion hairstylist I like to be creative, I worked with designers such as Alexander McQueen, John Galliano, Jean Paul Gaultier etc, it was a fantastic experience. For me, hair is the major material through which I express myself. Creating only for a particular niche of expression just repeating over and over again the same technique and approach becomes boring at some point. My perfect journey, if I can say that, travels from the simple, for example a kiss curl on a slicked back style to done/undone grungy, passing through glam in all its shapes and forms and on and on to maximum extravaganza and everywhere around.

What was your career turning point/your big break?

There have been a few ! Two major moments: First was my first cover of Vogue Paris. I was twenty four and in the right place at the right time, nobody was available and my number was 

called. I can say that at the time I did not feel technically ready to face such a challenge. I was terrified that a hairstyle would be requested that I did not have the technical skills or confidence to deliver. But it turned to be a fantastic day. I was signed up with an agent and slowly my name became recognized in the fashion industry. 

The second moment was two years later . I was invited to be part of an exhibition at the Louvre Museum in Paris. I was lucky to be the only hairstylist selected, it was enormous for me. I was asked to come up with ideas for six images. I decided to create hairstyles in paper and wood. 

To top it off, as if things couldnt get better, the photos were taken by the legendary icon of fashion photography, Jeanloup Sieff. This exposure got me much attention from fashion magazines and designers. I was considered as a sure value in the industry.

What was your scariest and proudest moment in your career?

A real nail-biter was a couture show I did for fashion week. I had spent weeks and weeks in my atelier with my twenty assistants designing and preparing complicated wigs for famous models chosen to walk in a hugely anticipated show for a world famous couture house—the responsibility and expectation were huge. As was usual with fashion week, when models are rushing from one show to the next. They arrive with barely minutes to spare before they walk. My assistants and I would race to fix the huge hair pieces securely. At one point there were eight assistants frantically working on one head. The sweat running down my back moment was when the model arrived super late, seconds to go before she walked. The wig was enormous and I had time only for a few bobby pins before she stepped on stage. I held my breath imagining the wig crashing down on the stage, and worse, in front of hundreds of influential people in fashion with TV cameras broadcasting the disaster. But luckily fortune was on my side and all the wigs miraculously stayed perfectly in place. 

My proudest moment was when I published my book—a conversation about hair: questions and answers. It’s about my three decades of experience as a hairstylist in the fashion and beauty industry. It is filled with anecdotes, ideas and inspirations. It is dedicated to all 

generations and levels of hairdressers in the world. It’s less a book for/about the fashion industry and more a book for my family—all the hairdressers around the world.

What is next for your career goals?

Education, transmission of technique. Hairdressing is both a craft and a profession, it has so many technical challenges and so much room for innovation. Confidence is key and confidence comes from skill and knowledge – expertise frees you to create and innovate. I will always remember what Karl Lagerfeld said to me on a photoshoot. Nico, you need to give back what you know, don’t bury it in a pine box with you.” It didn’t really ring in my head at the time, but years later I understood clearly what he meant. 

A few weeks ago I started ATELIERS NICOLAS JURNJACK to share my knowledge and experience of studio techniques—and my passion. 

link : www.formationscoiffure.com

What advice would you give to someone starting out in your business?

Be passionate, love what you do, believe in what you do. With social media, it can be easy to be an overnight sensation, but if you want to survive, thrive, build a successful career you need a solid base from which to grow. Technical skills are technical skills, an important base that gives you a firm ground and a firm structure from which to fly free with confidence to create and innovate. The fashion world mixes and blends references from every era 20s 30s ….90s and now 2000, it always has and no doubt will continue doing so. In the business of fashion – models, celebrities, make up artists, designers, stylists, editors, photographers, whatever part you play in a team – you are only ever as good as your last job, you need to constantly build on the last step you made, constantly learn, innovate, expand and reinvent. I recommend, to any hairdressers or hairstylists willing to join the « studios », take your time, go slowly but surely, work with different « masters », gather experience, amass skills, build habits that allow your inspiration to thrive. In the fashion industry when the train stops jump aboard with a solid foundation, skills and resources. It rarely stops twice.

Instagram:  @nicolasjurnjack


Felix Fischer

Switzerland & New York

The signature style to my work is very organic.  Whatever I do, I try to leave the hair as touchable and natural as possible.”

What country are you from and where do you live?

I was born and raised in Switzerland.  I have lived in New York for the past twenty two years.

What do you do and the company you work with?

Creative director, celebrity stylist, activist in the fight against cancer.

Education background?

I went to school in Switzerland.  I did four years of apprenticeship than worked at schools all over the world as an educator.

What is your signature style/artistic expression?

The signature style to my work is very organic.  Whatever I do, I try to leave the hair as touchable and natural as possible.

What was your career turning point/your big break?

I think when I did my first book cover for Elisabeth Hurley.

What was your scariest and proudest moments in your career?

Proudest moment I think is every single day when I do hair and create something beautiful.  Hair is my passion and brings joy to everything I do. Scariest thought is if I wouldn’t be able to do hair and work in beauty and fashion.

What is next for your career goals?

At the moment my most important thing is working on my foundation that creates wigs for cancer survivors.  @VforVictory.life

What is your advice to someone new starting out in the beauty business?

Stay focused, work hard, assist the best people you possibly can.  Be passionate about what you do.

Instagram:  @felixfischerhair

Instagram:  @vforvictorylife

Daryna Barykina

Ukraine & Florida

“Listen to your gut feeling and grow into your own artistic skin”.

 

What country are you from and where do you live?

I am originally from Kyiv, Ukraine. Currently, I live in Jacksonville,FL.

Title of what you do and what company you work with?

I am a professional beauty and advertising photographer, self-portraiture artist. I work independently.

Education background (Hair school, art school, no school)?

I have a Bachelors in Finance and a Masters in Business Administration.  I graduated from Kyiv School of Photography.

What is your signature style/artistic expression to your work?

I like commercial work to be stylized, vibrant and polished, focused on motion and sensuality.  My personal projects can have more freedom in execution and always involve conceptual and surrealistic components. Color plays a very special role, it is a big part of my style and voice.  Deep moody color combinations, often times primary or complementary give my work depth and make you see past the polished surface and think of subliminal messages.

Do you have a career turning point or big break that has helped your career? 

There was definitely a career turning point. It shifted my attention to the hair photography, where I have decided to stay for a long while. I was hired to do a hair shoot for a hair extension distributor.  I’ve never photographed portraits focused on hair before this gig. It was definitely a “fake it till you make it” moment for me. At the meeting I put my confidence on, brought tons of L’oreal reference images and sounded like I can shoot hair in my sleep.

After the meeting and before the shoot, I was studying hair shoots on youtube, ad campaigns in the magazines, and hair retouching tutorials like crazy, because I’ve never photographed hair before and I was scared to death.  The shoot went well. I had so much fun and the client was happy. After this job, I started seeing myself becoming a beauty photographer. I still remember that one particular photo that got me discovered by that client and got me that first beauty job.

In the past few years so many amazing things happened in my career. I started teaching classes with Cosmoprof and independently.  I am a finalist in NAHA and American Influencer Awards as a makeup artist of the year and as an emerging creative makeup artist. Fashion Group International of North Florida gave me a Rising Star award in Photography category.  I continue photographing winning entries for hairdressers. I even have a hobby where I make pins/brooches out of resin. I worked really hard, it definitely paid off, but I got overwhelmed and burned out.

What was your scariest and proudest moment in your career?

It was an ad campaign for Matrix Global, which I had and honor to produce and model for.  It was my first time visiting any company headquarters, it was scary and nerve wracking. I wasn’t sure if I am going to get a job, but dreams do come true and I was awarded an important assignment.  I had many doubts as to whether or not I can pull it off because my style of work didn’t really match the look of companies marketing materials.

For most of the shoot I tried to fit myself within the frame I thought I was expected to deliver, but at the end took some images just for fun, for me.  Those last few images had a bigger success with the company than hundreds I took earlier that day. It was an amazingly proud moment to be a face of a color line and see my self-portraits printed big on banners on expo floors in stores and salons.

What is next for your career goals?

This may sound unexpected, but next steps for me will be going back to where I started.  I will focus on creating conceptual work, being more artistic with my craft. I dream of creating and self publishing a coffee table book with photographs illustrating emotions and feelings.  Do it all myself: create costumes, do hair and makeup, cast models, build a set. I’d like to pick my youtube channel again and share every step of creating the book and conceptual images in it.  So many ideas were put on hold and I would like to revisit them, get creative resources and inspiration from within me.

I am definitely not dropping education, but since there is only one of me and so many people that need my classes and want me to come to their city, I am working on making education accessible at all times and affordable to as many people as possible, that’s why some of my classes will be held online.  First ones will be released in January 2020.

What advice would you give to someone starting out in your business? 

It is quite easy to make a good living but stay unhappy in the industry you love.  Once the craft you love becomes a job, it stops being an inspiration source and turns into routine.  This causes self doubt and makes you question whether you are even good enough.

For me, happiness is the most important indicator.  By asking myself whether or not I am happy with my life right now, I am able to spot and level out areas that need attention and improvement.  Authenticity of myself as an artist plays a tremendous role. I want my internal creative world to be seen on the outside, it has to be natural and congruent.  It is a long route, but goal is achievable, when you accept the kind of artist you are at heart and not what industry promotes, or what’s trending, or what everybody else is doing, or saying you should be doing.  Grow into your own skin.

Instagram @daryna_barykina

Facebook: Daryna Barykina

Website www.darynabarykina.com

Mikka Gia

Toronto

“My mobile company BTG (Barbers to Go TO) will be growing at a rapid pace in 2020.”

What country are you from and where do you live?

I was born in Canada, and currently reside in Toronto, Ontario.

Title of what you do and what company you work with?

I am an entrepreneur, female barber and photographer.  I’m the founder and sole proprietor of two companies: The Groomed Society and Barbers to go TO.

Education Background?

I graduated high school. Attended culinary college at George Brown.  I completed my hair apprenticeship in hair school and advance hair training with Toni and Guy. I obtained my hair license in 2012.

What is your signature style/artistic expression to your work?

I creatively think, live and experience life outside the lines.  My creative passion for visual arts, such as my photography, allows me to express my creativity by diving into trying new elements and approaches – themes are a big catalyst for my expression.  Professionally, my primary goal is to provide clients with tailored hair styles that align more closely with their lifestyle. Of course I have many clients that simply allow me the freedom to ‘do my thing’ and provide looks that are trendsetting.

Do you have a career turning point or big break that has helped your career?

In 2015, after many years of working in salons owned by other people, I made the leap to go out on my own and create my own vision and business.  Every entrepreneur has that moment when they decide to face their fears and conquer their dream – “Will I be successful?”, “Will people like what I do?”, “Will they return?” – from the moment I launched my business, I felt a great sense of myself and continued to push for new levels of achievement and growth.

What was your scariest and proudest moment in your career?

Funny enough, my scariest and proudest moment completing my training at Toni and Guy and presenting my work to the entire salon of thirty-five staff in a public presentation.  It was a huge step for me. I had always shied away from the spotlight. I am my own worst critic and questioned my creativity and technical abilities. 

Of course, starting my own brand/business was both terrifying and exhilarating.

These moments, when I was given the opportunity to face and conquer my fears directly, sustained great feelings of self worth and accomplishment in who I am and what I have to offer.

What is next for your career goals?

Currently I am working on the next step for TGS (The Groomed Society) 2020 expansion is around the corner and moving the business to a point where its growth can really reach all potential.  As well as my mobile company BTG (Barbers to Go TO) will be growing at a rapid pace in 2020 and from there I see potential for either of these companies to go international.

What advice would you give someone starting out in your business?

It is a cliche but I believe it to be true… If you love what you do, your passion will conquer no matter what obstacles or challenges you face – obstacles are really opportunities for growth. The real key I find is consistency, education and determination to accomplish what you set out to do.

Website: www.thegroomedsociety.com

Mobile: www.barberstogoto.com

Facebook : Barbers to go TO

Instagram : @barberstogoto

Facebook : The Groomed Society

Instagram : @thegroomedsociety

Photography:

FB: giaphotography

IG: @gia.photography


Alexey Osipchuk

Saint Petersburg, Russia

The main idea is a complete rejection of shear techniques and the ability to achieve any result without using shears.”

What country are you from and where do you live?

I live in Saint Petersburg, Russia.  I was born in a small town Kaliningrad.  Since I was sixteen I have been living in Saint Petersburg but I started working in Kaliningrad when I was fifteen. 

Title of what you do and what company you work with?

I am  the owner of Park by Osipchuk.  I own two beauty studios in downtown and the School by Osipchuk.  We have our own style and I am the creator of our cutting technique.  I also work as a Global Londa Professional Director. 

What is your signature style/artistic expression?

The main idea is a complete rejection of shear techniques and the ability to achieve any result without using shears.  I can say with confidence that we are the only team in the world that has removed shearing from work.

What was your career turning point/your big break?

I have many awards including The Champion of Russia, Europe and the world, as well as The Russian Hairdresser of the Year.  I can say all my success can be explained by the love of my profession, which I have had for sixteen years. 

What was your scariest and proudest moment in your career?

My biggest fear is to lose my business and to be without my creation!  What makes me proud is when I can make people look trendy and to hear students and clients saying thank you. 

What is next for your career goals?

Next year I’m planning to open a third salon downtown.  I plan to expand my school and the staff to eighty people.  Also I’m thinking about international market. My plans include strengthening international relations. 

What advice would you give to someone starting out in your business?

My advice to people who want to be in this business- everything takes time, one day you will get there, just never stop and look back!  Invest in your education and share your knowledge!

Instagram:  @parkbyosipchuk

 

Luke Benson

London

“Work hard, be humble, and say yes to anything that you think will help you to progress and learn new skills.”

 

What country are you from and where do you live?

London, England.

Title of what you do and what company you work with?

Creative Director of Luke Benson Hair.

Education background (Hair school, art school, no school)?

No school.  I was trained by the late Terry Calvert and his team in salon at Clipso.

What is your signature style/artistic expression to your work?

Beautiful, effortless hair.

Do you have a career turning point or big break that has helped your career? 

Winning London Hairdresser of the Year and being signed by my Agency.

What was your scariest and proudest moment in your career?

My scariest was probably the first time I did stage work live. Proudest was winning London Hairdresser of the Year.

What is next for your career goals?

Eventually be nominated for British Hairdresser of the Year. Short term to do more shows and education globally.

What advice would you give to someone starting out in your business? 

Work hard, be humble, and say yes to anything that you think will help you to progress and learn new skills.

Instagram:  @lukebensonhair 

Website:  www.lukebensonhair.com

Lucie Doughty

UK, California

“I like the quirky and unexpected, but tailoring it to the individual.”

What country are you from and where do you live? 

I am originally the UK.  I have lived in California, USA for the last twenty years.

Title of what you do and what company you work with? 

My current title is creative director and I work for John Paul Mitchell systems.

Education background (Hair school, art school, no school)? 

Growing up in England, I took some classes at a Technical College but most of the time I was in the hair department working full time in a salon which I continued for two years.

What is your signature style/artistic expression to your work?

I would say I like people to look and feel beautiful.  Understanding them and their artistic expression is key.  I like the quirky and unexpected, but tailoring it to the individual. 

Do you have a career turning point or big break that has helped your career? 

Being hired to work at Vidal Sassoon was a game changer.  It took me out of a small town into a big city where I could meet and work with people from all walks of life. Another turning point I would say was coming to America to work for the Vidal Sassoon Academy.  Both have had the biggest impact on my career.

What was your scariest and proudest moment in your career?

Scariest moment, hmmmm maybe moving to Germany from England and not knowing anyone!

Proudest moments – winning a NAHA award and getting the front cover of a magazine.

What is next for your career goals?

Seeing how I can evolve myself and my art.  Help others to be their best and show them as scary as it might seem, anything is possible.

What advice would you give to someone starting out in your business?

Ask questions, take chances and don’t be afraid to ask for what you want.

Instagram:  @luciedoughty

Website:  www.Luciedoughty.com

Kirsten Klontz

Toronto

Don’t be afraid to take creative risks. Fortune favours the brave.”

What country are you from and where do you live?

I am from Canadian and I currently reside in Toronto. 

Title of what you do and what company you work with?

I’m a freelance session hair stylist and I’m represented by an agency called P1M.  I am also the Canadian Brand Ambassador for Hot Tools Professional Black Gold.

Education background (Hair school, art school, no school)?

I went to a hair college when I first started out. Throughout my career I was always taking advanced workshops to further my skill set. I also attended Bumble and Bumble University in New York. The experience left a very strong impression on me, in regards to me being self reflective of my work. 

What is your signature style/artistic expression to your work?

It’s hard to describe what my signature style is. I am constantly pushing myself to show diversity in my body of work. However, artistically I appreciate the subtleties that make something characteristically unique.

Do you have a career turning point or big break that has helped your career?

I was fortunate enough to meet with Michael Gordon. I asked him to critique my portfolio. He told me that my “eye was right” and that to make it in this business I had to be ambitious. In a way, having validation from a legend like him, gave me the confidence to push forward. Shortly after that meeting I sold everything I owned and moved to Dubai to work with some friends.

What was your scariest and proudest moment in your career?

I think moving several times was scary. First, Dubai, then London, then finally Toronto. The first few months in each place, I didn’t get a lot of work, I had to do creatives to network and meet people. You find your circles and the people you love to work with.  One of my proudest moments was keying the fashion shows at FashionCAN and ReSet Fashion. It was and still is important to me that I support the industry in my homeland, Canada. 

What is next for your career goals?

I’d love to start my own product line.

What advice would you give to someone starting out in your business?

My advice would be to follow your heart and be prepared to work hard. Also to find your teams, find the people that you can grow with. Don’t be afraid to take creative risks. Fortune favours the brave.

Instagram:  @kirstenklontz

 

Christine Cho

Toronto

“Makeup isn’t just about transforming a person completely; it’s about enhancing and recognizing the living canvas you’re painting on.”

 

What country are you from and where do you live?

I was born in Canada.  My parents are from South Korea. I live in Toronto/Barbados.

Title of what you do and what company you work with?

I am a professional freelance makeup artist and on-camera beauty expert.  I provide makeup, hairstyling, and consulting services on location. I appear regularly on CTV’s The Marilyn Denis Show, as well as other talk shows in Canada.

Education background (Hair school, art school, no school)?

I have a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto (English Literature specialist); a certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language from the University of Toronto; and a certificate in Professional Makeup from George Brown College. I have private training in Fine Art.

What is your signature style/artistic expression to your work?

My signature style includes respecting effortless inherent beauty, whether in original works of fashion, everyday life, celebrity, or special effects. Makeup isn’t just about transforming a person completely; it’s about enhancing and recognizing the living canvas you’re painting on.

Do you have a career turning point or big break that has helped your career? 

Appearing on CBC’s The Steven and Chris Show soon after graduating makeup school launched my career and fast-tracked my professional credibility and ambition.

What was your scariest and proudest moment in your career?

The scariest and proudest moment in my career was my very first on-air beauty segment/TV episode. The show was my audition, and I knew that it was a crucial moment. Ten years later, I’m proud to say that I’m still on TV, and still in love with my job.

What is next for your career goals?

I would love to launch my own makeup brand; write a book (or two); and host my own television show.

What advice would you give to someone starting out in your business? 

Be fiercely persistent and hard-working above all.  Continually learn, and feed your craft. Always be open-minded and flexible, and don’t be overly sensitive when receiving professional feedback.  Be exceptional at what you do – your best job security is being the absolute best at being you.

Instagram: @christinechobeauty 

Facebook: christinechobeauty 

Web: www.christinechobeauty.com 

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