My resume boasts photo, film, video and event gigs. However, my true calling is the person in my chair. I’ve clocked over 40,000 client-hours sharing backstage magic to bring out their best – for workplace environs, presentations and social media photos.
I’m an artist and an educator with a master’s degree. My life’s passion found me when I started styling hair as a way to pay for college.
I opened my first salon Rocky Mountain Lady and aligned with Redken Laboratories, Inc. Simultaneously, I apprenticed under Lyn Moeskau, a renowned fashion illustrator and makeup artist.
From the moment I embraced my passion, fashion spun freer and more daring from Twiggy to Cher to Madonna to Lady Gaga. I’m still hooked on the possibilities.
As I work with clients, I marvel at the perfectness of each set of bones, and how natural skin pigments suggest perfect color combos.
All of us deserve to look fab – bone structure and skin pigments contain design clues for hair, makeup and wardrobe.
Authentic images happen when we tap our inner artist, see realness reflected in the mirror…
I envision each of us truly loving our hairstyles, cosmetic choices and every item in our closets.
Clients of all ages and stages pose the same questions:
My answer remains the same also:
After some years, I sold my salon in Boulder, finished grad school and wrote The Art of Looking Good – an entire book of possibilities.
~Laura Lee Fry