HAUS Salon’s Ascension Collection

Jan Hillenmeyer | August 26, 2013 | 11:44 AM
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The “Joan of Arc” look is short and severe and underscores a bold and assertive personality.
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“High Society” is a longer version of the Joan of Arc style that has grown out as a less harsh, but still assertive look.
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“The Innocent” is a natural look with soft waves that suggest innocence and naiveté.
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“The Princess” is a romantic, dreamy look with a latticework technique for a Renaissance-inspired style.
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“The Queen” represents a position of power with a regal up do utilizing an S wave and silvery, white and blue highlights. The true muses at HAUS Salon are the clients for whom all the trend collections can be adapted. Visit
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HAUS Salon in Minneapolis is owned by Charlie Brackney and Jessica Reipke who foster creativity among their talented team with seasonal trend collections—one of which earned them a nomination for Salon Team of the Year at NAHA 2012. Haus’ Summer 2013 collection, Ascension, was directed by Brackney and tells unique stories of women’s triumphs.

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