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DEC 2018

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beautylaunchpad.com | DECEMBER 2018 | The Colorist 61 READ MORE ABOUT OUR 2018 "30 UNDER 30" COLORISTS ON BEAUTYLAUNCHPAD.COM/THECOLORISTMAG. brittney winkler l + Salon: Envogue Salon & Spa; Las Vegas + Beauty school: VoTech; Henderson, Nevada + Color line: Af• nage Haircolor specialties: Reds, vivids, gray coverage, and balayage. I became a colorist because: My mom was a hairstylist when I was younger. While I was growing up she was always doing everyone's hair in my family. To this day my mom is the only person who cuts my hair! My proudest accomplishment: Two years ago I became an Af" nage educator, and it has been an incredible experience—I can't wait to see where it takes me! I love being a colorist because: Being able to give someone instant grati" cation and con" dence after a hair service is absolutely incredible. My best color tip: Consultations are so important prior to a color service. Make sure you and your client are on the same page and have a complete understanding of the end goal expectations, and the reality of what their hair can handle … Under-promise and over-deliver is my motto. @brittneywinklerhair lupayy trujillo f + Salon: The Hair Studio; San Jacinto, California + Color line: #Mydentity @Guy_Tang Haircolor specialties: Blonding, color melting and fashion color. I love big transformations from dark to light. I love being a colorist because: You can give someone con" dence and change. I feel like people are glowing and feel so good after they take some time for themselves. I look up to: Guy Tang … he's one of the most sel™ ess people I know. He truly cares about hairstylists and this industry; he offers weekly education and travels the world to educate. It's truly an honor to work alongside him and represent a brand that is all about empowering and accepting yourself. My best color tip: Educate your client on home care and maintenance—especially with trending colors like silvers, rose golds and lavenders. I'm inspired by: Other stylists! Their amazing work inspires me to try new things and to learn more techniques to be the best stylist I can be. @lupayyy marissa pusateri p + Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania + Beauty school: Bella Capelli Academy; Monroeville, Pennsylvania + Color line: Framesi Haircolor specialties: Blondes, ombrés and shadow roots with freehand balayage. A little about me: When I started beauty school, I surprisingly didn't want to do hair at all. I was focused on makeup. That all changed when I picked up my " rst tube of color. My proudest accomplishments: Coming out of beauty school with a solid clientele that continues to follow me anywhere I go. I'm also the youngest educator with Framesi; I was certi" ed last year at 19. I love being a colorist because: I enjoy seeing clients transform before my eyes both physically and mentally; it's what I live for. My favorite color trend/technique right now: Babylite hi-lites. I think popping a couple throughout a shadow root really pulls that look together. I'm inspired by: My clients—they push me to grow and develop as a colorist. Without them I wouldn't have anything. @marissapusateri

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