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Nov 162017 Gossip
 
 

A literal and figurative representation of the graphic and repetitive pattern known as stripes. This collection illustrates the power of repeating textures in hair and fashion. The contrast between the use of light and dark colours exemplifies the strength of repetition.

Collection: Minimalism
Ph: John Rawson @ www.therawsonpartnership.net
Make-up: Lan Grealis
Clothes Styling: Jared Green

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Nov 162017 Gossip
 

ihawards

The International Hairdressing Awards® were presented with an unexpected announcement in the trade event Salón Look Madrid 2017, just before Effervescene, the educational avant-garde show. MIKEL LUZEA, director of the INTERNATIONAL HAIRDRESSING AWARDS® , was in charge of launching this powerful venture, a contest that is promising to become the most important hairdressing event in the world since its beggining.

An unexpected announcement took place in the notorious Salón Look Madrid 2017 trade show which left the industry shaking with excitement! The first edition of the International Hairdressing Awards® will start in 2018 with the collections entry and pre-nominees’ announcement. In November 2018, the finalists will be announced and the awards ceremony will take place in Ifema, Madrid, in January 2019, prior to Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Madrid.

The International Hairdressing Awards are an independent beauty organization that has been supported since its inception by sponsors of international relevance who believe in the message and mission of these awards including Revlon, Revlon Professional® and Salon Look Madrid-Ifema. The three highly regarded firms have bet high and combined forces to make this contest an international success as well as, Estetica Magazine as global media partner, with 24 editions worldwide, which will cover and aid in the efforts of this amazing event!

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Nov 162017 Gossip
 

This collection is about battling our internal conflict. There may be moments we lose to our inner demons but the strength it takes to fight to find the beauty and presence of our true self again, should always be celebrated.

Collection: Beneath the Surface
Ph: John Rawson @ www.therawsonpartnership.net
Make-up: Melissa Musseau

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Nov 162017 Gossip
 

haircollection Ethos Creative Team

 

Ultra Texture’ is the result of a collaboration with clothing designer Emma Beach and her label at Trouble At Mill. The inspiration came from textile designer and painter Sonia Delaunay. Famous from her involvement in the ‘Orphism’ movement, a type of Cubism, her textiles were mainly patchwork. This and paneling mixed with glossy and metallic fabrics was the perfect accompaniment for this collection of matte, coarse and textured looks created by backcombing and compressing the hair. Though very modern, these images evoke 20’s bohemian Paris.

Collection: Ultra Texture
Make-up: Racquella Cass
Styling: Ailsa McLaggan
Art Direction & Production: Adam M Bryant
Styling: Trouble At Mill, Manchester

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Nov 162017 Gossip
 

haircollection Silas Tsang @ Blushes

 

The representation of minimalism displayed through this collection strips hair culture to its basic ingredients. Taking everything away highlights the depth of hair itself; displaying different textures, shapes, and movements. It’s a bare image of hair defining itself.

Collection: Stripes
Ph: John Rawson @ www.therawsonpartnership.net
Make-up: Lan Grealis Clothes
Styling: Jared Green
Colour: Dorothy Tsang @ Blushes

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Nov 152017 Gossip
 

haircollection èSalon

WHITE NOISE presents a futuristic vibe, highlighted by a gritty fashion edge with tones of Jean-Paul Gaultier, and bound together with an over-arching theme of metallic and highlighted by definitive dimension and strength. Drawing inspiration from the desire to work with different fibres and metallic materials, WHITE NOISE delivers a tough, yet mildly ethereal subtext, with white and metallic presenting a perfect juxtaposition of softness and toughness. Structure and form inspire the hair with braids, cuts and metal threading incorporated throughout. The use of metallic materials such as nails and metal rings highlight futuristic elements and strength in each image. The use of metals emphasizes texture and shine, delivering another dimension to the hair, while the metallic theme is weaved throughout the makeup.

Collection: White Noise
Ph: Robert Lobetta
Make-up: Cathy Geeves
Stylist: Emma Cotterill
Post production: Kay Lobetta

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