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A stylist for the last Fourteen years, Tim has been a highly sought after hair colorist and hair color educator. His work has been seen in Inspire Magazine, and he has appeared on Fox’s Ambush Makeover, and TLC’s A Makeover Story. He has become a regular at New York's Fashion Week. After four years of Platform Artistry with Loreal, and a short stint with the
Redken Color Company, Tim has now ventured out on his own as an Elite Educator.
As an innovator of new techniques from classic design, Tim’s focus has always been on wear ability. If it’s not wearable, it doesn't belong on the street..
With humor, curiosity, and a creative zeal, his passion for the art of hair is contagious. “Focus in on what attracts your eye; chances are others will also appreciate it. Study it, refine, it and be able to duplicate it. That is what we do as hair stylists." Tim’s passion for hair color has always been focused on what’s in fashion and creating quick, easy, wearable techniques for his salon guests.
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"Greatness is not reserved for a chosen few. It's reserved for the few who choose it." Tonight I had the opportunity to meet greatness, a person I've been following for a long time, the CEO of @ultabeauty, Mary Dillon. She is the shining star of beauty, having been able to dance the fickle dance of consumer needs and wants in beauty, and truly understand how creating an extraordinary in-store customer experience is Ulta's greatest secret weapon. She is the woman who has competed in the most competitive consumer market that exists… beauty! And while doing it, she has not only succeeded, she has blown away every industry average and market growth expectation, having had quarters that were 7x that of market growth. The fourth of six children of a Chicago steelworker and a homemaker, Mary got her first paycheck from Jewel-Osco at the age of 16 and subsequently paid her way through college with odd jobs, working as a bank teller, cleaning houses, and waitressing at a local Chicago hangout, R.J. Grunts. Today, Mary runs a $4 billion dollar business. Remember, hard work....WORKS! It was truly an honor to meet her, and to celebrate the greatness she and her #ultabeauty team exemplifies! Thank you @ultabeauty and @nickstenson for the invite to your Michigan Avenue grand opening and for always pushing the boundaries of what is possible in beauty! @ultabeauty..... #behindthechair #ultabeauty