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The Power of She

Alison Alhamed | November 1, 2017 | 6:36 AM
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The Ammon Carver Studio Team in New York City collaborated on this collection to showcase how a beautiful woman can be ultra-feminine, while at the same time powerful and strong.

The Ammon Carver Studio Team says the hair color a woman chooses to wear can say a lot about the
way she wishes to be perceived—she can say something without actually saying a word.

CREDITS:
Hair: Ammon Carver Studio Team
Photographer: Gail Hadani
Makeup: Paul Innis

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