Community Outreach Director/Hairstylist 

Which celebrity/famous person would you love to makeover? None of them. I prefer the “every” woman.

What is your favorite item in your closet? The vintage red and white boots I rescued from a flea market. File Jul 12, 12 07 39 PM

If you hadn’t become a hairdresser, what would you have done as a career? I would be a fashion magazine editor. I would love everything about it except getting advertising dollars!

What is one thing most people would surprised to find out about you? I’m a supertaster. A supertaster is a person who experiences the sense of taste with a far greater intensity than average.

Fav perk of your job? Always having numerous hairstylists to help me with my hair. I would be terrified if I had to sit in a stranger’s chair…

What is the toughest part of your job? Going though the downs with a client when life hands them lemons.

What is your secret weapon of choice? Dryspun Finish–Bumble & bumble

What do you pull your inspiration from? Magazines. I read average about 15 fashion, design, and food magazines a month.

What is the best piece of advice you have received? “You can do anything you put your mind to.” -mom

Fav item of clothing you own? It’s actually my mom’s wedding band. I wear it on days I want to have her memories and strength close with me.

FbMy perfect day begins… watching my dogs play in my backyard while I eat Lucky Charms & reading magazines.

One thing I am epically bad at is… singing. I do my friends a FAVOR BY LIP SYNCHING THE BIRTHDAY SONG IN A CROWD.

Within the next 12 months you hope to accomplish: Volunteering at Kaiser Hospital with my Australian Shepherd, BO.

RETOUCH – $110+
*Please note, the above prices are estimates and do vary depending on length and thickness of hair. Consultations complimentary and always recommended.

View Brig’s Work: (Click on pic below to view video)