Kudos ~ Jackie Zaigirdar

Jackie Zaigirdar

Jackie Zaigirdar, a stylist at Organic Roots Eco Salon, in Skokie, has been certified in Head Shape Matters, a mathematical method of formulating haircuts that requires seven weeks of online training and 40 hours of hands-on practice. Few hairdressers have undertaken this extensive course on haircutting, which uses mathematical formulations and a protractor to get the right haircut for each unique head shape.

        Originally from Brazil, she does bridal hair and makeup using natural and chemical-free products at Organic Roots.

Location: 3417 W. Dempster St., Skokie. For appointments, call 847-423-2653 or visit OrganicRootsEcoSalon.com.


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