Up the ’Do and Down the Aisle
What’s in style for marriage-ready manes in 2010? Preview our 2010 collection and brush up on all the latest trends
What’s the last thing a bride needs? A bad hair day, or even worse — a boring hair day. Luckily, the stylists at Changing Heads Salon in Tappan are up to the challenge. “We love to take a risk, take a chance — to be unconventional,” states owner Bob Press. “Anything is possible. We’re here to give our brides options, something other than that typical updo or French twist.” The salon’s stylists specialize in hair designs that are versatile, wearable, and fresh. “This isn’t your everyday bridal hair,” Press notes. “It’s very modern, and yet personalized for what fits you.” So what’s in style for marriage-ready manes in 2010? “Look out for more height, texture, and geometric shapes rolled into one,” says Press.
Photography by Dyana Van Campen
Artistic Director: Bob Press of Changing Heads Salon • Hair stylists: Brian Grieve, Cheryl Conklin, Colleen Vilbig
Gown stylist: Tanya Smith of Bijou Bridal & Special Occasion, Paramus, NJ • Makeup: Lynn Margiotta
Shoot team: Cheryl Press, Selena Piazza, Patrycja Kobylarz, Magda Pasecka, Shannen Deloatch, Kayla Press
Models from Meredith East Model & Talent Agency: Jaclyn Jones, Gina Daniels, Elise Rooker
Location: George Washington’s Headquarters at the DeWint House, owned & maintained by the Trustees of the Free & Accepted Masons of New York
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