Being a Dallas Hair Extension Salon that gives our clients the best results, and keeps our stylists current means we have to set new standards. The Beauty Box Salon is already known for our gorgeous hair extensions, but we are beginning a new era of raising the bar for Dallas Salons. Recently, we produced an editorial photo shoot with a wedding theme: from the first date, to the proposal, all the way to the wedding. Instead of giving run of the mill recycled look we took it up a notch. While the looks are a bit more daring for a traditional wedding, they are inspired by every-day looks amplified tenfold.
The shoot was produced in its entirety by the amazing crew at The Beauty Box Salon. For this look in particular we worked with Vintage Martini, a fantastic consignment store focusing on looks from the 1800s to the 1950s. Dallas photogropher, Jessica Grammon did an amazing job capturing our model, Jennifer Brown. Rosa Marrufo did the makeup, and the big up do hair style is done by Brad Bykkonen and myself.
As for the hair style itself, to begin we started with adding 16 panels of Easilengths gorgeous hair extensions. We did four French braids that met at the crown of her head in 4 ponytails. As you can see from there we tamed the curled explosion into a beautiful mix of controlled chaos. The end result, as you can see from the professional photo is a sleek transition into huge voluminous curls. This look perfectly represents what a Dallas fashionista would wear the night the man of her dreams popped the question.
Things like this are what keep the inspiration that got me into this industry still fresh and hungry for more. Creating a new standard for hair dressing at the local level is what I strive to with my career. Stay tuned for more photos from this photo shoot, including the other looks, and our next venture into editorial hair dressing. This little salon nestled in the middle of Dallas Uptown and Highland Park has some amazing tricks up our sleeves and we can not wait to share them with the world!