Beehive Aberration

Jan Hillenmeyer | April 19, 2012 | 3:21 PM
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Melissa Ingersoll of Allure Salon used a large barrel curling iron, teased the hair and carefully pinned in place the resulting large, unstructured curls.
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Mel Terhune of Allure created a wire form to hold the model’s vast multi-textured curls.
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Stephanie Pegues of Panache Hair Designs added textured hair tracks to the model’s own textured hair.
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Funky fashions add to the fun.
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Photography: Jean Sweet. Make-up: Jessica Sawicki for Bomber Betty. Fashions by Gypsy Couture. Styling products by White Sands.
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Three Chicago area hair stylists, Stephanie Pegues, Melissa Ingersoll and Mel Terhune got together and decided to give the venerable beehive a new twist.

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