Choosing your career path – EDITORIAL – (5th in series of 9)

Hi there my friends,  

Today’s focus is about the art skill  and determination of what it takes to be a great Editorial stylist.  Listen to audio to learn more (see below)

“Design your lifestyle first, 

and  then design your career to fit around your life style”.


To become an Editorial stylist, begin by assisting professionals that are doing what you want to do, and learn to see how the camera captures the hair by photo journaling. Remember editorial mostly involves dressing rather than cutting or coloring hair – check out the 16-week Editorial course on HairDesignerTV, covering important techniques to pave the way to success.

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Collection Kool kids.

Photography Julia Pogadina – Hair vivienne Mackinder – Fashion David Widjaja

Make up David Maderick

for Vixen Magazine.


click here to learn more about the editorial world

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  • megan perry
    March 26, 2014

    Hey Vivienne!

    I am signing up for you 16 week course after graduation from the Mastery. I learned so much while you were there and your feedback on this industry and the editorial world was so greatly appreciated.

    • Vivienne Mackinder
      March 26, 2014

      Hi Megan, great to hear from you, i hope you enjoy my baby new blog!!! Great to work with you At Mastery, you did a great job!!
      I look forward to you joining us on the editorial course.. remember the light tough when back combing all the best viv

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