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Salon Fashion Designs By Salon PROS!

Maggie Mulhern | October 23, 2015 | 10:19 AM
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Jae Lace (@jae_lace) is a New Jersey based fashion company created by two sisters with a vision. Cassandra DeRosa has joined forces with sister Lacey to form the brand that is all about the love of hair, sensitively designed for the hairdressing professional. It was last June when Cassandra, a hairdresser and colorist, said "why aren't there cute fashions with scissors on it? like HELLO?". Lacey, the artist, got busy. Jae Lace was born.

All designs must be approved by a team of friends and family before hitting the online store (www.jaelace.com). "It has been a crazy fun journey so far and we are beyond blessed to be this successful in such a short time," says Cassandra. "Jae Lace has many more ideas and plans in the future and we can't wait to share them with all of the fabulous people in the beauty industry."

Here Cassandra shares a few of her favorites:

The 3 Only Things SnapBack $25
Scissor Head Zip-up $48
The Scissor Beanie $22
The Scissor Socks $20
The Bobby Pin Band $22
 

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