Project:STYLE Brings a Passion for Beauty to SoWal
February 26, 2013 by Jill Tanner
Every girl dreams of her wedding day and how beautiful she will look. Jasmine Rizzuto makes that dream a reality. She has an eye for detail and a team of professionals who share her passion for beauty. Jasmine has worked in the beauty industry since 2005 and is proud to now have a salon of her own. Project: STYLE, located in Panama City Beach, is an all new, modern salon and spa offering an array of beauty services. Jasmine and her team specialize in precision haircuts, expressive color, and award winning up-dos.
The Project: STYLE team provides hair and makeup services for weddings and other events. With five stylists on staff, they can handle any size wedding party. A bride-to-be can come in prior to the wedding for a “trial run” and to confirm all details for the big day. If desired, the bride can get hair color, extensions, and nails in advance. Jasmine can also create a custom hairpiece to match the bridal gown. On the wedding day, the team of stylists arrives on location to provide hair and makeup for the bridal party.
Project: STYLE provided hair and makeup for more than ten weddings in SoWal last year. Jasmine and her team are experienced, thorough, and professional. They arrive on your wedding day with every intention of making your day perfect. Their only goal is to make you and your bridal party look and feel beautiful.
Jasmine and her team continue their education by attending classes twice a year. Jasmine recently studied with Kim Vo, celebrity stylist, during a training session in Atlanta, which focused on blonde highlighting techniques. The Project: STYLE team is always in the know and brings the hottest new looks to the area.
Project: STYLE, a now sought after salon, creates bold styles, fresh cuts, and vibrant color. Whether you are getting married, need a makeover, or just want to feel beautiful, Project: STYLE will fulfill your every wish. Visit projectstylesalon.com for more information or call 850.588.7771.
Photography by Melanie Resch