Q. Out of the five senses, which one could you live without and why?
A. Smell, because I’m a hyper physical being. I crave the feel of people & things, I crave the sight of what I feel & create. I, without a doubt, need to hear - music is my greatest inspiration. As long as I can touch, see, feel and hear the world around me, I believe that smell pales in comparison.
Q. If you could keep only one of the five sense, which one would it be and why?
A. Sigh, because I have a beautiful life… my daughters are beautiful, my art & career is beautiful… I could not I’ve one day without being able to look at such beauty.
Q. What is it that you enjoy so much about meeting new people on a daily basis?
A. “Be kind to all you meet, for people have entertained angels without knowing” I have met truly amazing people, been involved in their lives, most of whom I would never have met if not for my career and being behind the chair. I get to meet people and connect on an artistic and personal level that normally takes longer than a first encounter. I am honored to meet people daily - it feeds my soul.
Q. How would you determine the way in which you will sculpt, color and style your client’s hair that gives them total faith in you.
A. I do my best to view each individual with a fresh eye. I am very fluent in the technical part of services. What separates a stylist from a master stylist is artistic ability & tone. This is something you can’t teach. You either choose to develop the skill or you don’t have it. I look at more than just hair, I watch how they walk, I look at clothing.. age.. all of these apply. I am bring out how they feel inside. This is how I approach all clients and this ensure their confidence in me. It’s just a passion.
Q. Dreaming or daydreaming?
A. Dreaming, I spend my days fulfilling my dreams. Period.
Q. What heavenly virtue and deadly sin would others see you as and why?
A. Lust. I feed off intense pleasure, be it physical or mental. I crave it and give it in return.
Temperance. Looking back at what I have weathered in life has instilled a diligence in me that allows me to see the big picture, to have foresight. To me, temperance is patience with scars - and it’s beautiful.
Q. Why is customer care vital to our belief system at Sin Republic?
A. I believe that is the basis of Sin Republic. to be different than any other salon or space devoted to creativity and expression. You absolutely should be who you are and my customer service gives them the ability to do and be that.