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June Brides

Jan Hillenmeyer | July 10, 2011 | 6:21 PM

Paul Mitchell Systems Master Associate Shelia Gomez and her team have prepared for the bridal season with a collection of romantic styles featuring flowing length, intricate updos and jeweled accessories.

JPMS Senior Associates Ruben Camacho and Gloria Lopez used a "tie technique" and combined plaits and a long straight cascade of hair complemented with a whimsical feather. National Educator Santiago Reyes and Olga Villega gathered long curls into a side sweep secured with a pearl pin and created a braided updo with a pearl tiara.

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Photography: Claudia Talavera, make-up: Ruben Camacho and Santiago Reyes

 

 

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