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- [Photo: Courtesy of Blowtique]
- Rhona Kane, Creative Director at Blowtique [1 East Huron Street], is into braided buns for brides. "This is much more of a romantic, glamorous, and softer version of the simple braided bun," Kane says. "But the look
- Michelle Forst, senior stylist at George the Salon [23 West Hubbard Street, 4th Floor], loves giving brides what she calls "soft, romantic, and sexy" styles. And a dainty, sparkly accessory never hurts! [Photo: Cou
- Julianne Bryce, another senior stylist at George the salon, is loving the "textured bun" this wedding season. [Photo: Courtesy of Julianne Bryce.]
- Stylist John Gialluisi of Mario Tricoci Hair Salons & Day Spas [900 North Michigan Avenue] loves a side-swept soft updo. [Photo: Mario Tricoci Bridal]
- Using Tony Odisho Express Keratin Tape Extensions, stylist Tony Odisho Tony Odisho of Exsalonce Salon & Day Spa [2150 West Roscoe Street
Stylist Brittany Brudzinki at Maxine Salon [712 North Rush Street] [Photos: Pinterest] says:"Whimsical, soft, textured hair is the theme for the 2014 wedding season. This year, women are choosing a more romantic,
A blowout will do for any old Saturday night, but what to 'do for the big day? We chatted with six local hairstylists to find out which styles they're loving this wedding season. From braided buns to side-swept up-dos and loose waves (helped along by subtle extensions), here are bridal tips straight from the stylists' chairs.
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