Becka Bradshaw has a passion for design and truly loves to cut hair.
10) Do you have any tips for someone working a fashion show or photoshoot for the first time?
Stay present. Have razor sharp focus to know what's needed and when, and also when to get out of the way.
Don't let yourself be uncomfortable. Execute the look with confidence, but stay open to execute the vision of the designer or artist your working for. You can't take it personally if they aren't happy with the look. Remember it's about the overall effect and translation of the mood you're trying to create.
11) What’s it like working backstage during a fashion show or behind the scenes at a photoshoot? What are some of your most memorable moments?
The ENERGY is so infectious! Being in the moment and witnessing that vision executed through an artistic collaboration of hair, wardrobe, makeup, and support is indescribable.
LA Fashion Week was memorable because of the passionate artists working together. It was 100 degrees backstage and we didn't even notice. Passion over pain!
Lauren Hagen | Mandy Mccullough | Becka Bradshaw
Clients bringing you pictures of haircuts that have you scratching your head? Time to get over that fear of creating and recreating shapes! Learn the principles of design and understand how to create a shape for the client that began as an idea. Become empowered to analyze, understand and recreate with the principles of point, line and angle. Learn the Principles of Movement, Elevation, Over-Direction and Finger Angle. Learn to break the head form down horizontally into the 5 areas of the head, learn what they do and how to view them on the head. In this class, you'll learn Principles of Graduation and the three different types - Swelling, Straight and Scooping.
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