Hair: Petra Blatnik Maček, Mojca Čas, Manca Plesec
Ph: Mimi Antolovič
Make-up: Špela Ema Veble, Maja Šušnjara Gabor
Colouring: Manca Plesec, Saša Verdinek
Clothes Styling: In Hair Art Team Petra, Mojca, Manca, Barbara, Saša, Maja
Styling: Nina Jagodic
Digital Processing: Ajda Horvat
The bobs of the twenties inspired the short sleek cuts in this collection. By omitting the twenties finger waves that were popular then, and then adding disconnection and a textured crown and you get an eighties spin on the classic 1920’s bob. Keeping the collection in black and white added to the 20’s nod.
Hair: David Barron
Collection: Punk Twenties
Ph: John Rawson
Make-up: Lan Nguyen-Grealis
Stylist: Jared Green
“Waves and Colors” is a collection born with the idea of highlighting the beauty of hair, fusing waves and color and making these two components of the capillary design, its inspirational source. For me the hair is magical and unique because, being a solid element, it adopts sinuous and changing forms, as if it were liquid. Amongst these forms, waves stand out, with their elegance and movement they bewitch and they fall in love to who looks at them. Waves in the hair don’t go out of fashion, they are the essence of femininity and “glamour “. On the other hand, color floods everything that surrounds us. What would the world be without color? Probably a sadder and depressing place. What if we think about art or fashion or hairdressing? Nowadays, cosmetics and technology allow us to get hair with all the color palette, even with those colors that have nothing to do with their own nature. It is precisely these kinds of colors that I have used in waves and color. Wavesand colors: the perfect combination for dazzling hair.
Hair: Gonzalo Zarauza
Collection: Waves and colors
Ph: David Arnal
Make-up: Wild Van Dijk
Retoucher: Javier Villalabeitia
I’m inspired by all things around me in this world. Especially when you least expect it. Patterns, textures, nature, animals, people and the versatility of all these things.
Hard and soft, rough and smooth, tousled and refined. The ability to create different shapes using hair; adorned with metal hardware, leather, lace is such a creative playground. It’s opposite worlds fused together forming beauty and mesmerizing your audience.
I showcased shine with the face frame wave versus matte in the loose strands. Curly hair and straight. Smooth hair in the fringe versus texture throughout. Refined with braids and a tousled mohawk. I showcased a figure 8 braid done and undone extending her length and keeping short on top. Metal chains fused together with hair to also extend length in the back, while keeping her short natural ponytail wrapped in leather.
One side of the hairstyle slicked down using Resintek, and given artificial texture with straight pins, reminds me of scales so I decided to make a twisted edge fishtail braid to drape and give length below. The undone infinity braid reminds me so much of a peacock feather, naturally beautiful, so I placed one on each side of the hairstyle.
The balance of the hair piercings on top and the chainlink hair draped in the back giving length keeps fluidity of the metal hardware in the style.
Her couture outfit and edgy chic hair evolve a style of her own. Ever changing form of self-expression radiates throughout her entire look. It’s ECLECTIC a la mode.
Hair: Nico Norris
Collection: Eclectic a la Mode
Ph: Kevin Li
Make-up: Eva Genevieve
Colourist: Nico Norris
Fashion Stylists: Eva Genevieve
STYGIAN presents a fusion of cutting techniques, incorporating classic methods with angles and curves that are tailored with an editorial approach to add a subtle distortion in textures to become futuristic and fresh. Color that is divided by segments of light creates a complex framework of depth in dark and light shadows. STYGIAN is an illusion of dark, ethereal beauty.
Hair: Tracey Hughes
Collection: New Stygian
Ph: Bernard Guiet Studio
Make-up: Emma Jane Miller
Wardrobe Stylist: Carlos Mangubat
VENECIANA, inspired in the Venice of the sixteenth century, when women were exposed to the sun to lighten their hair protecting their faces with a net. Clear tones kissed by the sun that oscillate between the copper and the gold, they look in hairstyle with rogue air.
Hair: Encarna Moreno
Ph: Sergio Hedrera
Make-up: Encarna Moreno
Stylist: Encarna Moreno
Models: Pilar Fernandez Cotta, Paula Martínez
Inspired by melting crayon art, Demchuk created haircolor that tricks the eye by not knowing where color starts and stops. This was achieved by blending multiple forms of color placement with a minimal amount of foil packets, paired with strong fundamental cutting and styling techniques. Once placed against a pure white canvas backdrop, the artwork has been created and open to interpretation.
Hair: Chad Demchuk, Dallas
Collection: Color Melting 2.0
Make-up: Bridgett LaDawn of Glamour Rx, Dallas
Clothes Styling: Chad Demchuk, Dallas