EGIDIO BORRI, noto hairstylist di Arezzo, presenta una collezione elegante e raffinata.
Naming this collection ‘EGO’ was a conscious choice to take what people perceive to be a negative word and pair it with beauty. The images represent classic looks with small quirks, built of foundation skills and a new age aesthetic. Simple, sexy and celebratory of empowered women.
Ph: Lel Burnett
Make-up: Gemma Howells
Stylist: Hannah Day
Hair assistant: Benjamin James
Hunger Collection pays homage to the high fashion runways of the visionary Alexander McQueen in the 90s. The collection depicts dark graphic silhouettes with a contemporary editorial feel together with cuts and styles wich are both strong and dramatic whilst simultaneously beautiful and contemporary.
Ph: John Rawson
Make-up: Maddie Austin
Stylist: Jamie Russell
Taking inspiration from 1970s America – most notably the candy colours of Miami – the Pink Mint collection utilises a muted colour palette alongside a diverse range of hairdressing techniques, resulting in a feminine, evocative and raw vibe. Pink Mint Collection was shot on the streets of Manchester to create the raw, retro and gritty vibe of 1970s Miami. The colour palette for this collection was muted and tonal, while hair had body, texture and movement for a thoroughly retro appeal.
Collection: Pink Mint
Make-up: Emma Williams
New Rules Collection rescues the “mullet” style cut popularized by David Bowie in the late 70s and which spread like wildfire in the 1980s. The mullet style is characterized by shorter hair on the inside of the head and more long in the perimeter. New rules in fashion allow transforming styles of the past, relaunching them as an innovative trend. New Rules Collection recreates a very Eighties aesthetic with nostalgia for those years, but from the perspective of the 21st century.
Collection: New Rules
Ph: Eneritz Medina
Make-up: Marian Ruiz del Olmo @ Centro Beta
Retouche: Javier Villalabeitia
Hair Assistant: Laura Irure @ Centro Beta
Let’s go back to the 80′s! But … To the most punk 80’s ! Although the beginning of the punk era dates back to the 70s, it was in the 80s when we saw it in all its splendour. A time that the hairstylist lived with a lot of intensity, full of fun, colours, rebelliousness and … a lot of music. After the hippie fashion, which consisted of looking as natural as possible, with long hair, little makeup and no bra, came the 70s and 80s accompanied by a fashion that visually suggested the opposite: short and dyed hair, makeup and clothes with elements that suggested rebellion to the established. It is true that, initially, the punks already cut their hair leaving it in its minimum expression and dyed it. But, in the 80s the looks began to be exaggerated and intensified: cuts with peaks held with gels, or the Mohican style, shaved, almost white dyes or bright colours reigned of punk’s hair. The hairstylists wanted to recover those manes to curly layers with fringes and with a lot of colour. In short, to take that punk crazy time to 2018 and … let’s get even crazier, going through Chanel ! The colour is worked in pastel colours to create more sophistication. Cuts are radically unstructured so that the locks of hair have a life of their own and protrude in disorder, forming a perfect structure in the cut, and collapse soft and dishevelled towards the face.
Collection: Dex 80
Ph: David Arnal
Make-up: Wilder Rodríguez
Stylist: Aaron Gil
BEAUTY BAZAR FASHION è lo short magazine
dedicato alla moda-capelli di tendenza e
H&CO MAN LAB, noto Salone di Visnadello (TV),
si è aggiudicato la copertina di questo numero !
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Note Collection is inspired by the importance of small details. The hairstylists have created a fashion collection that can be taken to a party or event. An image with avant-garde notes and nuances for those who bet to get away from the usual, being somewhat more daring, without reaching excess. The particular and suggestive detail that makes the difference and breaks with the routine.
Ph: David Arnal
Make-up: José Luís Blasco
Stylist: Aaron Gil Llacer
Hair Assistant: Erika Poveda