Lisa Brooks is an award winning hairstylist with over 23 years of professional experinece. Lisa has been involved with all facets of the hair industry: celebrity stylist, platform artist, salon owner editorial and runway artist, and, ultimately, national award-winning hairstylist.
Ms. Brooks has traveled nationally with the Steven Todd Group, under contract with L'Oreal, as a platform artist, delivering educational seminars, hands on training seminars, spectacular shows, and precision backstage timing and excection. Her formal stylings and up-dos are regular features at International Beauty Shows and Premier Shows.
Lisa Brooks is also the Winner of the Kerastase National Hairstyling Competition, which enabled her to travel to New York for assistance in the production of the new Kerastase Look-Book with celebrity stylist Luigi Murenu, and famed makeup artist and Allure Magazine columnist, Dick Page. She has been published in Jane Magazine, Vanity Fair, TV Guid, Direct TV and Tribeza, just to name a few. Her work has also appeared on such networks as HGTV, DIY and FOX Sports. Clients have included celebrites such as Dennis and Kimberley Quaid, Andy McDowell, and Renee Zelleweger.
In 2003, Lisa founded Fashionista , a production company that has "revolutionized runway presentation." Fashioista won several awards at the 2004 Style Cup, including Best Overall Collection. Fashionista's win had such impact that Lisa and her well-oiled team was asked to co-produce the 2005 Style Cup, culminating in becoming Executive Producer of the event in 2006.
With Lisa and Team Fashionista productin, the show turned the "fashion corner:" a nationally publicized styling competition. With sponsors such as Farouk, DHI, Joico, Sexy Hair Concepts, ISO, Redkin, and Sudzz FX, Ms Brooks applauds her industry. Paramount to the success of the event were personalities such as "the Velvet Brothers:" Dwight Miller and Albie Mulchahey. Rounding out the spectacular production were the sponsorships by NAHA finalist Curtis Blue-Jermonti of Rolf's in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Giovanni Villalba, Joico artist and owner of the Cosmopolitan Salon in Florida.
Finally, the celebrity recognition with sponsorships from Nick Arrojo of TLC's "What Not to Wear" and winner of Bravo Television's "Shear Genius," Anthony Morrison of the Londoner Salon in Manhattan Beach, California, made Fashionista's production and industry triumph.