The ‘bridal knot’ is a new hairstyle for men and women in Las Vegas, which allows for an untied ponytail to come out of the side of the head.
According to an Instagram post by @gorgeousgrace, the “bronzed head” can be styled by any of her stylists.
It’s a stylist’s specialty, as she can “bring out the best in each of her clients.”
Her Instagram bio also includes a picture of her with a bouquet of roses.
Hairdresser Vanessa Cattarino is the owner of the stylist salon at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas.
She has worked in the industry for nearly 25 years.
Cattarcino says she started out in Las Virgenes because she wanted to be able to offer a salon with the same professionalism as her own.
“I was looking for something that was very stylistic and modern and that was also not as restrictive as what the men’s salon was like, so I decided to go with the ‘bridally knot,'” Cattaro says.
“It’s a really nice style and it really fits with what my clients are looking for.”
The hairstyle was created by Vanessa Catti, who specializes in hair styling for celebrities and business owners.
Catti says she is also a member of the Hairdress Academy.
“When I first started doing this I had the idea to just use the hair as a brush, and then I realized that it’s actually really interesting to try and bring out the full-length side of your hair,” Catti explains.
“My clients love it, and they want it to be beautiful.”
Cattarro says her customers are mostly young, but not everyone is.
“They just love it because they love how it makes their hair look and feel,” she says.
Cittarino says her clients are mostly 18 to 35 years old, but there are some people in their 40s and 50s who also enjoy the style.
Catto says there is also some backlash from the public, which she says is understandable.
“People have a hard time understanding the idea of the braid.
They’re so into it, they don’t understand the hair is a brush and they’re not actually touching it.
They just don’t realize that it can be really dramatic, it can make people feel a lot more,” she explains.