STYLIST SATURDAY: MEET OUR CURRENT GIRL CRUSH, BIANCA HILLIER

February 27, 2016

STYLIST SATURDAY: MEET OUR CURRENT GIRL CRUSH, BIANCA HILLIER

Los Angeles-based Bianca Hillier is no stranger to the colorist world. Straight out of high school at age 17, Bianca enrolled in cosmotology school before collaborating with Sally Hershberger's L.A. salon, where it wasn't long before Bianca's talent was noticed by a mass celebrity audience. Bianca's resume now includes the locks of A-listers such as models Sam Black and Rocky Barnes, pop star Becky G., and Black Swan actress Natalie Portman. Other recent projects of Bianca's include working on Justin Bieber's music video and gracing the pages of Vogue Japan. (No big deal, right?!)

Social media has also paid homage to the colorist's obvious talent- her Instagram page boasts an audience of 24k followers, where stylists and clients alike drool over her work.

Bianca's talent for developing to-die-for blonde shades is equally as apparent as her passion, and we love her for it!

Bianca Hillier is currently based out of the world famous Sally Hershberger salon on La Cienega Boulevard in West Hollywood.


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