One of my favorite things about the studio is the ability to take on more personal branding photo shoots. I have been loving the opportunity to work with other creative business owners and learning not only about their industry, but what drives their creative energy.
All me to introduce you to Cindy, who I have been lucky enough to get to know over the past several months. Cindy is an incredible stylist at Trans4mation salon and rocks a sassy, short haircut like it's no one's business!
I asked Cindy to answer a few questions about what trends she loves in their hair / beauty industry and her worst hair nightmare. Continue reading below and to learn how to connect with Cindy to book an appointment with her.
Stylist: Cindy Burry
Years in the Industry: 7
Q: What made you want to have a career in the beauty industry?
I have always been a creative person and have loved cutting and coloring hair since I was a teenager. I went into the creative job field of marketing and advertising out of school instead of pursuing hair. In my 30s, I got tired of losing my jobs and decided to go to cosmetology school and change my career. Now, I put my passion, creativity and love for hair first! It really makes me feel important and accomplished when I can positively influence and change someone's day by adding a pop of color or giving them an edgy new cut.
Q: What is your favorite trend in the hair industry?
This new 'drip dying' technique looks messy but pretty cool:
Hair art always captivates and amazes me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YlJWW6wbZk
Q: What is your worst hair nightmare?
Transitioning dark, (specifically) box-colored hair to a light, non-brassy blonde...ladies, this takes a little time, patience, and a few steps to do it right!
Q: What is one hair trend that you wish would disappear?
I am not a fan of drastically two-toned ombres.