We had the good fortune of connecting with Aubrey Frost and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Aubrey, what’s the most important thing you’ve done for your children?
I love parenting questions! I feel like nobody has the right answer, but communication is key. We need to talk about it and not treat parenting like a dirty secret! I talk with my kids. And I talk with their friends. I treat parenting just like marriage. Speak Talk Communicate.

Let’s talk shop? Tell us more about your career, what can you share with our community?
The beauty industry can be very intimidating. Trends come and go so quickly and as stylists we tend to feel we have to perfect them all. Knowing ourselves and not trying to do it all is really important. Being honest with clients and their expectations Is the foundation of your relationship with them. So taking the time to communicate and get on the same path creatively is where I like to begin. These little lessons have taken many years and many awkward situations learn.

Any great local spots you’d like to shoutout?
oh yay! First of all, we go to The Goods in Carlsbad village for donuts. Then we would head south and hike Torrey Pines. After that a little bite to eat, PB Sushi, then a fancy cocktail at False Idol Tiki Bar! For the next few days we would walk the board walk in Mission beach, Take a boat over to Catalina Island and do a little snorkeling. We would spend a lot of time laying on the beach and watching sunsets.

Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
There are so many humans that supported me through my journey. Though an essential part of the education and experience behind my craft is solely the result of the years I spent as a beauty artist at Quattra Via Aveda. Brittany Adamson and her family owned salon really formed me as an artist. I owe a lot of my success to them and the environment of learning and growing that they created.

Website: Blonde.glossgenius.com
Instagram: Blonde.byaubreyfrost