Why Hair #101 Is Required

Crazypretty Workshops were created with a desire to equip you to be a strong hair dresser in your market. My goal is to help you absorb information at a pace that won’t cause forgetfulness and confusion. Fundamental theory and techniques are essential to all hair dressing and is why I require everyone without a cosmetology license to take the Hair #101 class. You must understand the basics, unlearn bad habits and immerse yourself in these necessary steps. My favorite saying is, “You don’t know how much you don’t know” and I hold to that. 

 

A Little More About Lindsey

Lindsey spent several of her early years in the Midwest defining her art and tenaciously seeking out every possible avenue to learn and grow. This included obtaining her cosmetology license at the Paul Mitchell Academy. She later transitioned to New York City and continued building her portfolio of work with a network of clients that include Calvin Klein, Ann Taylor, Veronica Beard, Hugo Boss, Anthropologie, Abercrombie & Fitch, Urban Outfitters, IZOD, etc. Lindsey is proficient in catalog, advertising campaigns, editorial, men’s grooming, kid’s fashion, and has assisted many world renowned key artists for runway in New York, Milan, and Paris. Her work has been seen in NYLON, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Vogue Bambini, L’Optimum, Z!NK, Darling and many more. In 2014 she signed with the premier NYC artist agency Kate Ryan Inc.

Lindsey is passionate about sharing her story and skills with others. It is her hope that you will walk away from her workshop motivated by what you can achieve and become a stronger artist in your market.

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