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- Katie DeVries and Jane Hendersen
- Now open in Lincoln Park, Lavender Park has a rustic style with exposed brick walls, Edison bulb light fixtures, and big windows overlooking the park. The full-service spot specializes strictly in hair, and services include color, cuts, and blow-outs.
- Stylists gravitate toward products from Davines (a family-owned Italian business that creates sustainable products), and a small retail section is stocked with goods from that line as well as Moroccanoil. One thing that sets Lavender Park apart from o
- Lucky members of the team include Krista Burke, who specializes in curly hair. As for other areas of expertise, DeVries knows her way around a men's haircut, and Hendersen can color like nobody's business. There's also junior stylist and assistant Sarah,
There's something about the word "lavender" that just has a soothing, poetic ring to it. It was on a shortlist of words-we-love that hairstylists Katie DeVries and Jane Henderson (pictured, left to right) dreamed up over cocktails one evening while trying to come up with names for their new salon.