Pascal Studio Launches


Pascal Ibgui, owner of Pascal pour Elle salon/spas in Glencoe and Glenview, along with his creative director, David Ifergan, have launched a new salon concept called Pascal Studio in multiple locations.

These beautifully decorated boutiques will be strategically placed throughout the city, the first having opened last month in Bucktown. The focus? Exclusively hair – no nails, no facials, no waxing. Pascal Studio is all about blowouts, color and cut.

“We created Pascal Studio to combine the expertise, artistry and personalized client service our Pascal pour Elle customers have come to appreciate, with club memberships and BloOut packages,” shares Mr. Ibgui. “We even have iPads on-site that guide clients in selecting the right product mix to meet their specific hair type and desires.” So Chicago, get ready for the mane event! 1866 North Damen Street, 773.235.3900,

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