Today we’d like to introduce you to Talia Rindone.
Every creative professional has a unique story. Can you briefly walk us through yours?
When I was 12 years old, I started a business with my mother and my sister called Fancy Prance Parties for Girls. One of the things we did at the parties were giving makeovers to the little birthday girl and her guests. My sister and I were in charge of that portion of the party. That piqued my interest in the beauty industry. By the age of 13, I had started booking friends in town and friends of friends in surrounding towns for hair and makeup packages for formal school events such as semi formals, homecomings, proms, and even cheer competitions. My business grew over the years and by the time my own proms came along, I was so overbooked during that season that I barely had enough time to get myself ready. By the time graduation came I was already taking on full weddings for both hair and makeup and got so busy I had to hire assistants to accommodate larger wedding parties as well as high profile runway events. After attending curry for communication, I decided to pursue my true passion at Tony & Guys so I could acquire all the necessary licensing to advance myself to the next level professionally. I truly feel blessed to be where I am right now and can’t wait to see where life takes me next.
We often hear from artists that being an artist can be lonely. Any advice for those looking to connect with other artists?
I make a point to surround myself with positive and encouraging people. Social media is a wonderful way to not only promote and showcase your art but also to connect with other like artists for that encouraging support and kindness.
How or where can people see your work? How can people support your work?
I am currently employed at Salon Capri on Newbury Street in Boston. My work can also be viewed through my social media pages.
- Phone: 617-875-5671
- Email: TaliaRindone@gmail.com
- Instagram: @taliadebeaux