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Jacqueline Wins Golden Classic Award!

This just in! Jacqueline Hyde has won the Golden Classic award (aka Most Classic Burlesque) for her performance of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” from the Golden Legend’s Championship Challenge (GLCC)! The GLCC is dedicated to rising funds for Burlesque Legends and keep their history and legacy alive. It was a tough competition, with a stellar cast. Jacqueline
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Official Mobile App Available

Sometimes our lives are too darn busy to sit down an schedule our classes at our desktop or laptop computers! Well now you have the opportunity to stay connect to all things Jacqueline Hyde through her Mobile App! In this mobile app, you have access to the Shop on the Go, blog, lesson scheduler, and
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#CostumeFiles – Moondance Shoes

As a showgirl, we do what we can to make everything sparkle. This also sometimes gets brought down to the shoes. For me, I was insanely bored of just the basic and traditional rhinestone of shoes. Yes, we get to see beautiful dimension when we use large and small stones, and even shapes. I wanted
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#CostumeFiles – Jacq of Hearts

I have been asked a number of times how I design costumes based upon music or is the costume first? Well, in the case of Jacq of Hearts, it was actually a redesign for a different and existing act! OYE! And when my husband introduced me to a new music artist, Caro Emerald (one of
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#CostumeFiles – Pasties and finished headdress

New Carnival Pasties! I have to say I love these new pasties! I was able to print my design on my 3d printer, and used clear filament. If you have the means to do a 3d Printer, then do so… if you don’t want to, then there is Snap-eze which is owned by a performer
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#CostumeFiles: Adding to Headdresses

Photo by Justin McConnell Many of you have seen my seen my headdress for my samba number, however, in an effort to spice it up and make it more extravagant, I am adding more feathers to the headdress. Not because it needs to be any more gigantic, but rather to make sure that there is
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Hard at work…

As a performer it is important to create a continuous positive experience for people who are looking to book you, take lessons or even purchase products. In that effort, I have made the decisions to modify my website, less clicks gives more joy. With that however, there will be a little bit of dust for
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