What lead you to become a Nail Tech?
I basically grew up with nails in my life. When I was young, my families company had a lady working there who always had fabulously long nails, air brushed to the nines and with her pinkies pieced. When i first saw them, I know I wanted to have nails just like hers when I was older. So naturally, after attempting a few other careers that weren’t filling my artistic desires, I stumbled upon my future here.
If you could do any other career, what would you do?
I would probably become an Archaeologist.
What do you enjoy most about being a Educator for Fuzion?
I love the connections that you get to make within Fuzion’s team. I’m also loving the opportunity to teach how to use such an amazing product line.
Who inspires you and why?
Tina Turner. I admire how she stands out with her unique voice, and how she has gone through such challenging times and hardships in her life, yet can still sing and smile after it all.
What is your ideal work environment?
Great music (70s, 80s, 90s), a hot coffee and lots of light.
What’s your philosophy towards your work?
Don’t truly believe you know everything. Keep expanding your mind and your repertoire.
Proudest career moment?
Getting the opportunity to sit in a room filled with the many women, at the Fuzion Educators Summit, whom I truly respect and take inspiration from. As I slowly and fully realized where, the reality sunk in that I have come so far in this career, and that it’s something to be very proud of.
A sentence or quote that best describes you?
Life isn’t about finding yourself, life is about creating yourself.
What does being a role model mean to you?
It sets higher standards for myself, practice what I preach.
What advice would you give your 10 year old self?
Don’t attempt being an Archaeologist, you won’t like the dirt.
Favourite Beauty Product?
I can Feng Shui pretty much everything, I have the ability to change up a room perfectly!