Ph: Annalisa Ceccotti
Make-up: Alessandra Poli
Stylist: Costanza Grassini
In this collection the hairstylist makes three semi-updos, and a total updo. Once again she exhibits in her works a combination of services that result in a collection of very commercial updos made with extensions and very bright technical works. In Mascherata Collection, the hairstylist alludes to the famous Venetian masks and the magic that thanks to them envelops both men and women when they dress that masks. A sophisticated woman, enigmatic and with great personality, sometimes decides to cover herself with a mask while at other times she prefers to take it off. It is she who commands, who decides what to show the world. Whether you want to reveal your true personality or if you prefer to surrender to anonymity, masks can be helpful at your next social gathering. You dare?
Ph: Toni Puljic
Make-up: Colors Up Make-up School
Hair Assistant: Alexander Blanco
This collection is called “The Art of Balance” as the hairstylists have been working with shapes and colours in order to create a balance in the hair styles: a balance between the creative and the usable, and a balance in the hairstyles, created through the use of shapes in cut and colour. Geometric shapes have always been used within the world of art. In the same way as the figures have been used to achieve depth effects in paintings, they have used shapes to section the hair both while cutting and colouring. This technique has created visual effects that are customized to each model. Within the world of art, the concept of balance implies that the artist is using visual tools to ensure the equilibrium of the work of art, so one part does not overshadow the others. Similarly, they have attempted to create a balance in the hair styles of the collection, in order to carefully tune cutting trends, colour trends and the face and body shape of the model.
Collection: The Art of Balance
Ph: Sidsel Clement
Make-up: Louise Bruun
Stylist: Sofia Astby Dock