How cool is this beauty industry we call “work”? How cool is it that we have endless techniques and tools accessible to us? How cool is it that we not only have education available online but, hands on as well? At BCTV, we feel very fortunate to be able to say this is our job. We get to see our art come to life everyday and today Riawna Capri is showing us her art. Foiliage is a technique created from the term balayage. Some find it easier than balayage and some do not, but that’s why our pro Riawna breaks down her version of Foiliage—and how it helps her get the job done. Stay tuned!
As a super down-to-earth, yet honest person, Riawna’s special touch has clients coming from around the world to have her help create their “best you.” Riawna is always joking around and laughing too loud, but she takes her craft very seriously. After graduating from Oxnard High School, her parents forced her to go to college, which lasted for two years, until she made it to Marinello’s School of Beauty, in Henderson, Nevada, circa 2002. After graduating at the top of her class, she went to work at “the best salon in LA,” which at that time, in her eyes, was Fred Segal Beauty. From there, she opened Nine Zero One with co-founder, Nikki Lee, and launched IN COMMON.