|What importance has professional training had on your career?
Professional training has brought my talent to another level. It expanded my knowledge to diversity, professionalism and scientifics of the beauty industry not soley hair.
I learned the importance of communicating ideas through initial concepts to finished product. Without clarity and impressive sketches, even an amazing idea can be overlooked.
Professional training shows. It puts you in another bracket from the self taught designers /stylists.
there was no continued training.
never stop learning - new influences are the best training
Professional training has allow me to stay on trend, learn about different designers, and public relation firms. It has also encourage me to read every fashion magazine. I follow the biggest fashion stories and see how other stylist work. But most of all, it gives me an opportunity to improve after every job.
A huge importance because it has really paved the way for everything that has come so far. I went to Parsons School of Art and Design, and it really reshaped me as an artist.
none. it's more about work experience.
I think is really important but it's just a point to start, after the training that's life.
I have no professional training as a stylist. I studied makeup under film makeup artist Susan Spaid.
I did however study film in college and I was definitely exposed to some iconic looks that give me a reference point when looking through designers' runway collections.
I'm not formally trained in fashion but my experiences have trained and prepared me for the business and I'm still learning.
Not a lot. You either have it or you don't.
I can't say enough about continued training within our industry. This is an ever evolving industry that never rests. Wonderful new techniques in weaving wigs and things constantly changing into new and creative ways to bring about a naturual looking you!
I graduated from FIDM in Los Angeles with a degree in Visual Communications. In two years of intense schooling in art and costume history, trend forecasting, design, computer illustrating, window and fashion styling; I learned the process that professional creativity has to follow.
I only took one class in styling, but thats all it took to make me realise it was something i wanted to do. In such an art based profession, just plain real world experience is the best you can go through to attain your professionalism.
Its important to learn how they people helping you, i.e. photographers, models, MUA's and hair stylists, work also so that you may be sensitive to their creative process as well. Its usually a large team, at least 4 people, and their all performing their craft. With so many talents under one roof, you learn to approach situations specifically catered to their nature.
I haven't had training but I've recently decided to attend FIT's Fashion Styling Certificate program.
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