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Check Out Picaso’s Story

Today we’d like to introduce you to Picaso.

Hi Picaso, we’d love for you to start by introducing yourself

Hi I’m Picasso, a fashion designer, mua, photographer,Jack O’Fallon trades. Growing up I’ve always had a passion for fashion, being a teen an dressing how I felt and setting my own trends. And I knew I was a  trendsetting when the bullies started to dress like me and by then I moved on to the next look..

As a confident booster, I because one of the first plus-size male models in the modeling troop organizations Models INC. I was given the name, Picaso because I was unique and different and I expressed art in how I dress and present myself.

I stumbled into fashion design from my aunt who used to take clothes apart and hand stitch them together to make what made her feel sexy and confident. And I took from that and knew this is want I wanted to do and follow in her footsteps and be a fashion designer. I started designing clothing in 2007 we’re I would make clothes for fashion shows and my company Models. Inc for competition and fashion shows.

I decided to brand my name because everything I do, is the representation of me. I specialize in evening wear. But do every area in fashion and consider myself a custom designer. In my journey of fashion, in 2010 I tapped into my second gift of artistry and became an MUA. Where I use my skill in enhancing and making people feel beautiful and confident.

Would you say it’s been a smooth road, and if not what are some of the biggest challenges you’ve faced along the way?
Absolutely not every day is a challenge, we have to Adapt to changes in the industry, trends, and new artists in the industry every day.  You have to learn to stay relevant and build your clientele to keep and have a stable business.

Alright, so let’s switch gears a bit and talk business. What should we know about your work?
On my journey, I’ve done everything from beauty, theatrical, fashion shows, editorial, TV/film, travel around the world with every people and celebrity and social lights. I’ve worked in the White House as MUA to staff has been featured on TV and magazines and books. I’m a self-taught artist and use the gifts God has blessed me with to motivate, inspire,  and encourage others.

One thing I still tell people is I’m still learning because trends, products, and techniques change all the time so you have to adapt and learn. My goal as an MUA and designer is to embrace the inner beauty and make them feel the same on the outside because confidence is the key.

Is there any advice you’d like to share with our readers who might just be starting out?
Don’t do it for the quick buck or money, do it because you’re passionate about it and it’s something you live and breathe for. And consistency and patients will pay off in the long run.

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Bryan Jones

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