Hairstylist, Wig Designer, & Make-up Artist
Tracy Wines(TLWLegacyLooks) – Hair, Wig, and Make-up Specialist - Experienced as a professional, licensed cosmetologist since 2006. Tracy has worked on multiple photo shoots, filming’s, commercials, parades, shows, musicals, and, audio-animatronics from natural hair, wigs, make-up, stage make-up, and also special effect make-up including airbrushing, and prosthetics. She also was formerly working with the Walt Disney Company at Kissimmee, FL, in the Entertainment-Cosmetology Department from June 2010 til December 2020. In her role with the department, Tracy supports shows and parades at all four Disney theme parks, most notably Disney’s Christmas Day Parade 2010 & 2012 on ABC, Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Parties, Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Parties, Star Wars Weekends, and Frozen Summer Fun. She also formerly worked at the Cocoa Village Playhouse as the hair, wigs and make-up specialist, some of the recent shows of work Cats, Sugar, In the Heights, Dream Girls, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, The Secret Garden, Disney’s The Little Mermaid and A Gentlemen’s Guide to Love and Murder. Tracy has worked on Roger’s and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella”, “Kinky Boots”, “Anastasia”, and "Mean Girls" National Tours on the Local Team. Her work can also be seen on the first Season as an additional Hairstylist on the new TV Series “The Right Stuff” on Disney+ and season two of “David Makes Man” on OWN. Tracy’s upcoming work will be seen on an upcoming film “No Vacancy”, a major film “Father of the Bride” (Miami Unit), and at Sea World’s - Howl-O-Scream. A Member of IATSE Local 798 – Hairstylist and a Member of IATSE Local 631 – Hairstylist and Make-up Artist. She was the local IATSE 798 Head Hairstylist for the 2021-2022 Doctor Phillips performing Arts Center - Broadway Series. Outside of cosmetology, Tracy is a co-owner of Marta’s Legacy Dance Studio and has been dancing for 34 years and teaching for 22 years in disciplines including tap, jazz, hip hop, lyrical, character,
musical theatre dance, pointe, and ballet.