Youthful Attitude by Jennifer Price

Jan Hillenmeyer | August 1, 2013 | 12:38 PM
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Jennifer Price of Zano Salons and Spas in Naperville, Illinois won the 2013 Cosmetologists Chicago Stars photo competition in the Day to Night category. In 2012, she won Cosmetologists Chicago’s inaugural LEO Award, honoring Pivot Point Founder Leo Passage.
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Price loves a challenge, so when Hempz products, for which she is a creative artist, tapped Stars winners to create a collection representing the brand, Price signed on.
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Price gathered some of her Zano colleagues for the project and taking inspiration from the brand’s bright packaging and youthful attitude, created a trend collection that is perfect for the waning days of summer.
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Zano makeup artist Ashley Stephens applied a soft touch of bronze and a pop of lip color to accentuate the soft, shiny casual summer styles. Photography: Kosta Sobevski
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