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Apr 152019 Gossip

Manuel Mon


Avant-Garde has always been the way of innovation in hairdressing. Since the beginning of time has experienced and offered ways of expression that over time have taken root and have become trend and fashion. Today we have at our disposal two of the most powerful tools in history: our mind, and the digital universe. Any structure that we are capable of imagining can be translated into a language based on two simple numbers: 1 and 0. Two numbers, a system, an endless number of possibilities come true. The digital world makes reality all that our mind can create: Now freedom has 3 dimensions. Infinity is the limit.

Collection: Freedom 3D
Ph: Bernardo Baragaño
Make-up: María Montes
Stylist: Visori Fashionart
Model: Celia Fernández Sastre


5 (100%) 1 vote[s]
Apr 152019 Gossip

Salones Carlos Valiente


DONA is one of the most personal collections for Carlos Valiente so far. Its name means woman and in her, in woman and in women that surround him, he has been inspired to create this work. This collection is created to attract attention and shout the role of women in society, their sacred value and their independence. Hairdressing, makeup and styling come together to fight against injustice. A tangle of twisted sticks, like the pre-established ideas by society so that women do not speak “when they should not”. Hairstyles that emulate the feathers of the bird, which with its treacherous song does not let the woman listen to her sisters. Electric looks that lend themselves to disorder, consequence of each wounded woman. And textures that are embedded in the image as the spider web, extensive and too frequent, which is the suffering of all women. All the looks based on deep colours such as the different ranges of blue and navy and accompanied by a style that erases the natural forms of women to enhance their feelings, their interior. But this work not only denounces and screams, it also opens its arms and understands and explains by its author, Carlos Valiente, all the love it has received from the woman, from her women. Those that have formed and are part of his life to which he pays tribute in this collection.

Collection: Dona
Ph: Esteban Roca
Make-up: Nacho Sanz
Stylist: Visory Fashionart


4 (80%) 1 vote[s]
Apr 122019 Gossip



“The beauty of the ephemeral”. Aesthetically it is a reproduction of the designs of the Japanese Maiko Takedo, but made with synthetic hair. Borealis, as its name suggests, is inspired by the northern lights. A white environment that represents the polar snow and the flashes of color of auroras on certain nights of the year. A reference to the beauty of the ephemeral, of what fades quickly and never appears again identically. The art of hairdressing has a lot to do with this concept since the creations in the hair are temporary, they disappear generating the appearance of their natural forms.

Collection: Borealis
Ph: David Arnal
Make-up: De Marìa
Stylist: Visori Fashionart
Retouche: Javier Villalabeita


1 (20%) 1 vote[s]
Apr 122019 Gossip



Comb horizontal lines with the hair iron turning the hair gently inwards to create a soft and broad set on the hair. Separate a section on the top of the head, then, with the part on one side, divide the rest of the hair into two sections with a slanted line. The sloping line is made from the height of the line to the opposite side of the neck. Comb the lateral section of the part and make a pigtail in low medium in the back area. Repeat the operation with the opposite section, but this time hold the ponytail above the previous section. View of finished pony tails. Comb the bottom pony tail all the way up to the height of the other and fasten it with the shape of a ring. Next, create another large ring with the upper ponytail making both join in the same point. Select the rest of the loose hair from both pigtails. Comb them down to cover the hair bands. Tease the upper section of the head. With the help of a polishing brush, comb the hair creating a slight volume. With your fingers, pinch the hair in fine strands to break the perfection and create a more natural look. Gently comb the rest of the hair creating a large ring. Provide the necessary volume on the crown and attach it with forks.

Collection: Bride Step by Step
Ph: Roberto Lechado
Make-up: Isabel García
Stylist: Rosa Clará


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Apr 112019 Gossip

Toni&Guy Italia


Onde naturali. Un movimento di capelli che prende ispirazione dall’interazione con la natura. Movimenti impercettibili che donano femminilità e un tocco bohemian a qualsiasi volto. Sono capelli vissuti ma non per questo lasciati al caso. Un look adatto a tutti i tipi di capelli, in particolare a chi ha i capelli particolarmente lisci e vuole ottenere un look semplice ma molto di tendenza in questo periodo. I capelli ricci hanno sfilato sulle passerelle di tutto il mondo in tutte le misure e lunghezze, prendendo ispirazione da culture differenti. Abbiamo visto una grandissima varietà di forme: dal riccio naturale, ad un effetto very curly, a capelli afro ! Quest’anno le tessiture diventano multiformi e prendono ispirazione dalla street culture. Questa tendenza non esclude la frangia, che quest’anno potrà essere indossata anche da chi ha i capelli molto mossi e ricci.

Creative Director: Fabrizio Palmieri


3 (60%) 1 vote[s]
Apr 102019 Gossip

Juanmy Medialdea


The Resurgence of Baroque in the 21st century collection was created to meet the demands of the 21st century woman, a contemporary woman who desires elaborate hairstyles, that also add strength and character. The hairstylist wanted to revive the forms and lines of the Baroque period, adapting them to modern times and creating hairstyles that contribute to the empowerment of women. This is mirrored in current trends – prioritising hairstyles with clean lines but complexity, recapturing the fashions of the Royal Houses where magnificent looks were produced. Dishevelled hair is transformed into carefully styled features which, give importance to more defined and worked lines. The era of grey and minimalism gives way to a golden age where the golden shine regains its place at the top and the beauty of women manifests itself in all its splendour. Baroque sculptures and reliefs come together for this collection – a series of looks overflowing with beautiful and complex details inspired by nature, that blend together to produce an eclectic result. Enhanced by makeup that fuses organic textures with the gold of the Baroque, and through careful photography, the collection acquires an even more impressive character.

Collection: El Resurgir del Barroco en el Siglo XXI
Ph: Sonja Inselmann
Make-up: Luisa Machen
Stylist: Juanmy Medialdea


4 (80%) 1 vote[s]
Apr 092019 Gossip

Bad Apple Hair Art Team


Taking inspiration from the 80s, Remix is a high-energy collection of luxe looks and magnetic monochrome, curated using a mix of primary tones and block colouring, teamed with high shine and a heavenly hint of texture. The 80s never felt so now.

Collection: Remix
Ph: Alex Barron-Hough
Make-up: Katie Moore
Stylist: Clare Frith


4 (80%) 1 vote[s]
Apr 092019 Gossip

Raquel Saiz


A strong, true love. As irrational as unstable. As beautiful as dangerous. A landscape of lunar evocation becomes the perfect setting where this love blends with the strength of the very earth, which welcomes and embraces with its dark colours and arid surfaces the softness of a skin, the delicacy of a silk, the shine of a white. Because it is in the contrast where the truth is hidden. The elegant subtlety of brides who find in a volcano the faithful reflection of a personality that although seeking its maximum splendour, does not renounce their own interior. Brides who tread without fear, who defend their ideals over impositions and influences. They are volcanoes, beautiful creations of Mother Nature that combine beauty and mystery with elegance and magnetism. They, like the most majestic volcano, as inspiring on the outside as full of fire inside.

Collection: Volcanic
Ph: Estenam Roca
Make-up: Manuela Gimenez
Stylist: Blumynt
Models: Sara Loinaz, Maria Abiega, Maria Mir Lapidó


4 (80%) 1 vote[s]
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