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Meet Lisa

Lisa was born into a family of artists. The most influential was her great uncle, Leon Bakst. He designed costumes and sets for the Russian Ballet. Lisa began designing clothing at age seven and was encouraged to continue her talent. When she was 22 she earned her degree in Fashion Design from FIDM in Los Angeles. Then set out on a career not many outside of her immediate family supported. They said it's too

competitive. Well she proved them wrong and designed for over 20 years before moving to the Secrets of Estheticians. She has had some huge successes having designed for Hurley, Reef, Reebok, Target and Kohl's to name a few.

From Fashion to Flooring

Jumping from fashion to flooring might sound like a big pivot, but in my world, everything's connected. My stint as an In-Home Color Consultant for Sherwin-Williams Paints taught me the art of blending colors, furnishings, and finishes just right. It wasn't just about picking paint; it was about designing your whole vibe. Flooring and fashion share the same soul—they both bring beauty, comfort, and strength into the mix. From cozy carpets that your feet will thank you for to chic hardwood that lifts the whole room, I get that your floors and walls do more than just exist; they speak your home's language.

Switching Gears

Although she liked the design work she always wanted to have her own company. So when her sister Libbey needed a creative partner, Lisa was the obvious choice. They started The Secrets of Estheticians an online and in person educational resource for cosmetologist, and solo entrepreneurs in the skin care industry. Lisa handles all the graphics, website content and technical side of their business. She is no stranger to struggling and that is why she puts her heart and soul into every class.

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