Spotlight Saturday – Tiffani C.

It’s a beautiful thing when a passion and a career come together. ~ Author Unknown

The creative team at Razberri’s is what sets us apart from all the rest. We aren’t just hairstylists; we are artists, students, friends, and family. I designed this salon to feel like you were sitting in your best friend’s house, laughing and doing what girls do best: BEING FABULOUS! But without my team, I wouldn’t be able to bring that vision to life. They make this salon Stand Out. Tiffani C. is one of those reasons why… welcome to Spotlight Saturday! 

~ Kelly A.

What are your specialties?

Hair Color, Highlights, Blowouts, Updo’s, Balayage, Ombré, and Haircutting

Three words to describe yourself:

Driven, Perfectionist, Creative

Favorite Quote:

“Start by doing what is necessary; then what is possible; and suddenly you’re doing the impossible.”

~ Francis of Assisi

What do you love most about your job?

The best part about my job would have to be the array of clients I have: younger, older, blonde, red, brunette, short, long, etc. Each of my clients give me ideas for my creations and fuel me to do even better the next time. For me, my favorite thing is a challenge. I love color. Balayage is my favorite thing to do because you can be subtle or dramatic while still achieving a natural look. My clients leaving happy and loving their hair is what I work for.

What’s the best advice you give your clients?

“Do not try this at home!” Hairstylists are professionals who are taught how to formulate hair color specifically for individual hair type.

What’s your hair tip for the season?

A good hair tip would be to stay patient. You may not get the look you want immediately. As stylists, we care about the integrity of your hair more than anything. Going from black to blonde will not happen in one day, but with time and patience the look is achievable.

What makes you STAND OUT at Razberri’s?

What makes me stand out at Razberri’s would have to be that I’m 20 years old and that being said I’m the youngest stylist. Although I’m the youngest, I keep up with the stylists I work with. I was lucky enough to work as an assistant for a year and watch all of the ladies at Razberri’s style their clients. I learned different ways to do things and applied all that I’ve learned to the looks I create. I also keep up on new techniques, and attend classes to learn more on how to personalize each of my client’s looks.

Do you have any hair regrets?

Hair regrets for me would be me being impatient, trying to make my dark hair bleach blonde in one day. It ended with chemical burns and broken, dry, damaged hair. But I did learn from that mistake so I guess you could call it a lesson learned.

AND FINALLY… Blonde, Brunette, or Redhead?

Blonde, Red, or Brunette are all beautiful colors. I say whatever suits you best!

 

For more of Tiffani C’s words of wisdom, book an appointment with her today