Understated hue by Adrienne Rogers

July 10, 2011 | 10:34 PM
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Adrienne Rogers, owner of Hush Salon in Philadelphia and Product Club National Technical Training Director says by hiding artfully placed highlights on a brunette, a hair colorist can give the client subtle highlights without taking away from her natural beauty.
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Cotton ruffle dress by Valentino; earrings and Lucite cuffs by Alexis Bittar; ring by Kara Ross
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“Highlights are an accessory, and every woman wants an accessory.” — Adrienne Rogers Crochet cotton dress with swiss dot voile trim by Altuzarra; earrings by Marni; Lucite cuffs by Alexis Bittar
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Hair: Adrienne Rogers, National Technical Training Director of Product Club Haircolor Accessories; assisted by Carlos Rogers Photography: Roberto Ligresti Make-up: David Maderich Fashion styling: David Widjaja
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