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N ot a m e m b e r ? J o i n at a s so c iate d h a i rp rofe s sio n a ls .c o m 39 Our photo shoots are usually super relaxed, and we always end up with images we are proud to put our names on. Now I'm a wife and mama of four wild little humans just trying to find balance in a career I love and with a family that comes first. Doing photoshoots and competing is my creative outlet that's just for me to pour my soul into. It's my happy place. HOW HAS BUSINESS CHANGED SINCE THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK? I think it would be naive to say business hasn't changed since COVID, because the world has changed. I think we were forced to slow down. I used that time to educate myself and figure out what's important to me in my career. At the root of it all, our business is about the relationships we form with our clients, and that has not changed; if anything, it has made us appreciate each other more. WHAT ADVICE DO YOU HAVE FOR NEW HAIRSTYLISTS? My best piece of advice is to keep learning and keep pushing yourself out of your comfort zone. Education is power; we work in an industry that is always changing and growing. Don't be the one to hold yourself backā€”keep moving forward. Punk Locks collection Hair: Julie Vriesinga Makeup: Florencia Taylor Photographer: Paula Tizzard Julie Vriesinga "At the root of it all, our business is about the relationships we form with our clients, and that has not changed; if anything, it has made us appreciate each other more."

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