Natasha Pearce

Level 2 Stylist

What are your favorite things to do on your day off? I love to go on an adventure or a snuggle on the couch, watching a movie with my little. Building memories with the people I love is always time well spent. Beach days, park days with endless imagination, picnics and laughter are some of my absolute favorite things.

What are you most grateful for? I am most grateful for the endless support I receive from family, work colleagues, and the clients that choose to trust me with their beautiful crowns. It means the most to have the understanding that someone has my back both personally and professionally.

What’s one thing that can instantly make your day better? A smile, hug, kiss and an I love you from my beautiful empathic daughter, or a toffee nut oat milk latte.

What do you love most about your profession? What I love most about my profession is the trends and techniques are always changing. I love learning and the why behind things so the constant change is exciting. I love learning new ways to excite my clients for their final look. I love learning about my clients personally as well. It's exciting to embrace differences and possibly finding a different way to approach life.

What’s your favorite service to perform? My passion behind the chair lies in extension work, blonding/redheads, fashion colors (ie unicorns) and all things curls. I'm passionate about the fine details in hairology, I strive for the perfectly imperfect in hair technique.

What inspires you most about the beauty industry? What inspires me most about the beauty industry is change. How even the smallest change can boost someone's spirit and confidence. How different trends change or return. Growth in spirit and profession can be elevated with the industry. The right clothes to show personality. Makeup to enhance, change or for fantasy can boost confidence to face the day. The right color and cut to set off the whole look. The industry is always changing and always inclusive. That is what inspires me most.

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