Lynee Ruiz

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The Haute List

This Saturday, the Milwaukee Art Museum is hosting the Art Institute's first student fashion s how that they're calling "The Haute List". The show begin...
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Winner’s Circle

Back in October, we decided to hold a fun community competition dubbed "The Style Games". The rules were one model, one salon, one boutique and one ...
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All Dolled Up

Lip smack with color that pops.  It's about that time of year when we all start feeling a little bleh. Instead of doing something wacky like...
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Life in The Pits

Image by © Crystal Schreiner.  A little over 6 months ago, a fabulously fierce 23-year-old blazed in to my life and introduced herself as Crys...
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The Jean Scene

Merchandise Mart in downtown Chicago is one of the biggest Midwestern markets for retailers to buy next season's merchandise to fill their stores. With floors...
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Stress Less

As the rush of Black Friday brought headaches and stress to many, an oasis of relief opened it's doors in Brookfield Square Mall: the Aveda Experience Cente...
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Goodbye to Dry

Image courtesy of Aveda. The worst part of winter is upon us! Along with it comes brittle nails, chapped lips, and lackluster hair. I set out to find what ou...
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Holiday Hair

Photo: Crystal Schreiner Model: Molly Marigold Hair and Makeup: Lyneé Ruiz Do you love those bouncy, vintage hair waves but have no idea how to ge...
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Set in Stone Fox

Images courtesy of Stone Fox Salon. As soon as I opened the door the new Stone Fox Salon (2430 N. Murray Ave.), I was greeted with a burst of exciteme...

Lynee Ruiz

LyneƩ Ruiz started her career in beauty as a salon hairstylist at Carenza in Brookfield. Seven years later, she signed as a hair and makeup artist for Ford Models in Chicago and Miami. While her job consists of being on sets for advertising, editorial, TV, and backstage at New York Fashion Week, Milwaukee will always be home. Writing about tips and tricks she learns along the way for Milwaukee Magazine is one of her favorite creative outlets.