In a new interview, New Jersey-based Christie’s beauty director tells the story of the time she made her first foray into the beauty world.
In the interview, Kristin Lefevre, 51, also discusses her work in the industry, the changing face of beauty, and why she now wears her hair in a ponytail.
She says she first got into the hair business because she was in New York and saw the salon scene in Los Angeles and was blown away.
She said she had a dream to be a stylist, and after she started her own salon in a bar, she decided to follow through.
Christie’s had about 10,000 hairstylists across the United States and Canada, with Kristin working the front desk, as well as in the kitchen and on-site bar.
She says she’s been to every country on the planet except for Japan.
Lefevro says she was initially told by an employee that they didn’t have enough hair and she needed to make it look better.
She was asked to make cuts for her hair, which was a big problem.
Liefevro has seen a lot of different styles and styles come and go, but this was the first one that she had to work with.
(Photo: Kristin M. Liefvro)In New York, Liefeva says she worked in the hair department for a few years and saw a lot more changes and changes in the way people were looking at the industry.
In a place like New York City, where people wear whatever they want and don’t care about style, Lefeva says the more you look, the more people will be like, ‘Oh, wow, I really like that.
That looks great.
It’s just so beautiful.’
But she says she did eventually lose her job because the salon staff was making her look better, and she had no choice.
She said she never looked back.
She told us she really didn’t expect to make money and she really did think, I have to make my hair this way because this is how I look and this is who I am, and that was the most important thing to me.
Kristina Liefer is a Christie’s customer service representative in New Jersey.
She and Kristin have worked at the Christie’s Hair Salon for almost six years.
(Kristina is a Kristin’s customer care representative in NJ.)
Kristina said the first time she saw a stylistic look, it was not for the same reason a lot in the business is.
She recalled an employee who came into her salon in New England and said, ‘I just want to say thank you for doing that look, because I would never get it done with you.’
Kristina was stunned, but she understood that.
She wanted to be the best at what she did, so she got into it.
The next step, she says, was to take that stylistic approach and make it work, and now, with the help of Kristin, she’s had her hair professionally cut in just about every country.
Kristin also said she loves the experience of being the face of the company, not just the person who’s working at the salon, but the people who come in.
Kristine Liefert, Lieves salon manager.
(Courtesy of Kristina Lifert)Kristin’s experience in New Hampshire was similar.
She came in and worked in a salon for a couple of years and then went back to her own hair salon in the Garden State, where she still does.
She has worked there for about six years, she said.
Kristins experience with her stylists was not just working on her own.
She also worked with some other people.
Kristina said they all got the same idea of what she wanted her hair to look like.
(Family photo)Kristina worked with a lot different people.
One of them, Kristina, said, was Kristin.
Kristyn said they talked about everything from hair to makeup and how to get the most out of the hair and the makeup.
Kristie said they worked on many different styles, from the very simple to the elaborate.
And she said she was lucky to have someone who understood her style.
(Nathan Liefing photo)”It was like being in an art gallery,” Kristi Lefering said.
“We had so many people come in who were just like, Wow, this is beautiful.
This is really beautiful,” Kristie said.
“I was really excited to work on them.
They were just amazing.
It was like, Oh my god, this looks so good, this feels so good.”
Kristi says she had so much fun and that it was a real joy to see her stylist’s creations.
She added that it is great to be able to do this on a