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  • Writer's pictureAnn Krause

It's that time of year again when the days are finally getting longer (and sunnier) and we're beginning to meet our summer clients for their hair and makeup trial run sessions. Browsing through my photos has me feeling nostalgic thinking of all the fun we had last summer, so I figured- why not share it?!


Check out some of our team's favorite moments (and beauty looks) from last season. Enjoy!


Emily

7.30.22

Photos by Geneva Boyett Weddings








Brittany

8.6.22

Nicole Morisco Photography









Gaby

8.26.22

Joined Purposefully Photography








Jennifer

8.27.22

hair only by Beauty by Ann Krause

Photos by Melody Joy Co



Melissa & Carly

8.28.22

photos by AJ Abelman









Lily

9.2.22

Emma Mullins Photography








Nicolette

9.3.23

Wild Jasmine Photography









Nadia

9.4.22

Wasabi Photography







Maranda

9.9.22

Jill Tiongco Photography






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  • Writer's pictureAnn Krause

Spring is always the perfect time of year to try new things, don't you think? After a few months of our grey midwestern winter I always feel like an update to my look gives me a much needed little boost.


If you're looking for inspiration and don't know where to start, here's my top three trends to consider this spring!


  1. Curtain bangs- this trend has been going strong for a few years and it's no surprise that they're still quite popular. From the shorter version that ends on the forehead (pictured here) to a fringe landing at the jaw, curtain bangs have a pretty way of framing the face and are a welcomed update when you feel like your long hair has become a bit boring. March is the perfect time if you want to experiment because you'll have time to grow out before the brutal summer heat!


2. Messy Updos for everyday. I'm seeing a lot of messy french twists or twists leading into a bun/loop on top with natural texture and a pulled apart look. To really make this look feel effortless, be sure to pull a few (or several) loose pieces around the face and try out a large U shape french pin to hold it all together.



3. The French Bob. I am loving a blunt chin length- to slightly longer bob (with or without bangs). There is something so clean and chic about this chop when it's perfectly the same length from front to back with little to no layering.



Happy Spring, Friends!

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  • Writer's pictureAnn Krause

This post is a tribute our lovely clients, we just love to show off your beautiful wedding day looks! Scroll below to check out some of our recent brides including a lot of pics I haven't shared anywhere else just yet.

Enjoy!


Ellie

6.4.22

Ryan Moore Photography






Maddy

6.11.22

Allison Williams Photography





Alyssa

(makeup by Beauty by Ann Krause)

6.17.22

Photography by Wild Heart Visuals






Madelyne Maloney

6.25.22

Jefferson May Photography





Julia

7.2.22

Nicole Donnelly Photo







Elizabeth

7.8.22

Photos by Kyle Szeto






Sammi

7.16.22

Photos by Gerber & Scarpelli Weddings






Kali

7.23.22

Sara Myers Photography






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