DJ Victory’s Ladies of the 80s

Jan Hillenmeyer | February 13, 2013 | 10:54 AM
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DJ Victory is a stylist an Enzo Salon in North Royalton, Ohio and an educator for Aquage.
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The cuts and color she offers her clients are always up to the minute.
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But, she has a weakness for the big hair favored by the “Ladies of the 80s” in her collection of the same name.
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Feathers, animal prints and fab accessories add to the fun and style factor. Photography by Tom Carson
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Bouffants, poufs and crimping take center stage in this collection with updated tweaks and some very au courant pastel shades.
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