Anika Seitu, founder of Bmore Glam Inc, is a freelance wig designer and hairstylist for film, theater, and print. The Baltimore native has been a licensed cosmetologist since 2001. In 2006 she became a member of IATSE ACT then later Local 798. Attending Depaul University in 2009 to continue her education in wig making, Anika specializes in wig, toupee, and facial hair construction; hair extensions; wig repairs and maintenance. 

 

With an eye for color and a knack for design, her early career began as a hairstylist. After several years in the salon, Anika joined IATSE and seamlessly transitioned to new mediums: theater and film. She began touring nationally and internationally with various live theatrical productions including The Color Purple, Cats, Disney's My Fair Lady, and Kinky Boots and has also worked on several films such as Wonder Woman 2, White House Plumbers, and Rustin. Most recently Anika has expanded her resume to hair design, designing the latest production of Amazing Grace for the Museum of the Bible in Washington DC, c0-designing King Arthur for Bard Summerscape, as well as the world premiere of the Secret River Opera.

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For over 18 years, Anika has worked in various positions as a hairstylist with some of the most well-known artists and designers in the business. She mastered the daily schedules and demands of the fast-paced life on tour, provided essential support as an assistant, as well as navigated the challenges of a supervisor, devoted hours on sets to ensure the best shot, coordinated wig departments, all of which has allowed her intimate knowledge of each position.

As a stylist Anika's passion is creating, constantly evolving and keeping an eye on what's new for the industry. Well-versed in wig construction and maintenance, period styling, fantasy hair, numerous extension methods, and ethnic textures she is indeed a true asset to any production.