With more than 10 years of experience in the industry, Nikki made the first cut as a graduate of Paul Mitchell the School. From 2011 she was selected to work as an educator for Alfaparf Milano until her departure in 2014.
The experiences combined classical training with an innovative, artistic spin that has shaped her approach to hairstyling. Using these fundamentals, Nikki has trained in a full range of hair types and textures. Her styles range from technically precise to fresh, romantic and effortless. Nikki works with her clients to create and tailor custom looks that complement their natural features while delivering on their style inspiration.
In late 2017, Nikki auditioned to be a Redken National Artist and was invited to the Artist Induction training earlier this year. With her first phase of training complete, she now works as a Redken Store Educator. In addition to her Redken Artist training, Nikki is currently enrolled in barber school to secure the hours she needs to add on to her license.
Nikki has worked and managed fashion and art shows beginning in 2008. Project 1016 and Fashion by Southside benefitting The Boselli Foundation, Jacksonville Magazine Fashion Week, and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Fashion by Moonlight, just to name a few. Most recently, Nikki has been involved with the prestigious Jacksonville Magazine Fashion Project and PRI Production’s Dream Day, a charity event for local children. In her spare time, Nikki enjoys donating her time to local charity events and grassroots efforts, hanging out with her husband and her family in the sun, and cooking (but mostly eating.)