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stylist

a designer whose job is to coordinate the style of products, advertising material, etc.
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com)-- The Organic Stylist is moving to the ActivSpace Building at 3150 18th Street, in the heart of the Mission District in San Francisco.
Many stylists are self-employed and work freelance, but you could also find opportunities with magazines, style consultancies, photography studios, advertising and PR agencies, stores and design houses.
Inspired by the likes of celebrity favourites Mila Kunis, Jay-Z and Jennifer Aniston, the Jean Genie campaign aims to indulge shoppers with a unique styling experience, complete with expert stylists and the latest new season fashion.
After discussions with the photographer, stylists arrange the set, deciding what kind of atmosphere the photo should have and how to use the models, clothes and props to best effect.
While not expecting too much beyond the scope of their jobs, we may be able to help stylists direct elderly people in trouble to community services.
Hair stylists are in a great position to notice when their older clients are starting to suffer from depression, dementia, or self-neglect.
Stratospheric fees paid to stylists aren't new either.
What if a stylist wants that curve to invoke the feeling of acceleration or tension, sharpness or softness?
Ellis and her team tour the country wowing professional stylists with the hair collection, and then deliver hands-on lessons in sophisticated weaving methods.
Hair stylists are not mind-readers, and they want you to be happy with the cut.
Your relationship with your hairdresser can seem more like that of a close friend ( so it's no wonder that if you want to swap stylists or go to another salon, then breaking up can be hard to do.
The company released air monitoring results on October 15, 2010, taken from two stylists performing two treatments each in a single salon.