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May 112021 Gossip
 

Kinks

A kink satisfies the urge of a sharp twist or curve.  When you wear a mask, you can hide behind the physical barrier and become a new person with different inhibitions.  You can release your kinks and follow your forbidden urges until you want to reveal your true self. In this collection we have used tight curls twists and bends to reveal our kinks in the hair. 

Hair: Melissa Timperley, Melissa Timperley Salons @melissasalons
Photographer: Roberto Aguilar @photo_aguilar
Products: Unite Hair Products @unite_hair
MUA: Beth Anderson @bethsmakeup
Stylist: simply_masquerade

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May 112021 Gossip
 

Emote

We’re all on our own path, with moods and emotions along the way. It’s the human condition. We even hide our true feelings to fit in. There are things we don’t want to show and even can’t show. What if hair actually reflected our mood, would people react to us differently? In this collection, I have captured moods we all, universally, experience: pink for love, peach for happiness, blue for envy, lilac for fear. In each image the mask signifies the public face; the hair represents the mood. So, what if hair could be the indicator of true self and true mood; wouldn’t we all be more sensitive to what’s going on for others – and ourselves if our hair colour gave clues to our own current feelings.

Artistic Team: Melissa Timperley Salon @melissasalons
Photographer: Roberto Aguilar @photo_aguilar
Products: Unite Hair Products @unite_hair
MUA: Beth Anderson @bethsmakeup
Stylist: simply_masquerade

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May 112021 Gossip
 

Follow the Sukeban Femme Fatales on a night of rebellion – a protest against the main stream gender norms and femenine expectations. The raucous gangs insignia faux leather jackets provide a perfect form which to adjust the style code one has been dealt in life, using pop culture leftovers, with even a nod to high fashion houses.

Between these layers of clothing the girls conceal weapons; chains, water pistols and bubble guns. Their hair fuses bright coloours, extreme textures and dog chewed fringes. The final elements to their rebellious style.

Hair: Dean Bradwell & Rachel Wrigglesworth
Colour: Becci Sweeney
Styling: Dean Bradwell
Makeup: Laura Mac
Photo: Liam Okes

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Arturo Pegorin

Gianni e Federico ricordano il padre con un progetto a lui dedicato

Ad un anno dalla morte del Cav. Pegorin, dal 1946 nel mondo del professional hair care e per oltre trent’anni alla conduzione dell’Azienda assieme ai figli, si gettano le basi per la creazione di una Fondazione a suo nome.

SAN MARTINO DI LUPARI (PADOVA), 10 Maggio 2021. E’ trascorso un anno dalla morte del Cav. Arturo Pegorin, padre di Gianni e Federico, oggi Presidente e Amministratore delegato di PETTENON COSMETICS e Agf88 Holding.

Un uomo determinato, tenace e appassionato che ha creduto nel progetto imprenditoriale dell’allora fondatore di Pettenon Cosmetics, Mario Pettenon, che lo ha voluto a suo fianco fin dal 1946 nel suo viaggio nel mondo della bellezza, lasciando, alla sua morte nel 1988, la conduzione dell’azienda a lui e ai suoi figli.

Il Cav. Arturo Pegorin si è formato sul campo, seguendo i consulenti esperti di chimica chiamati in azienda per creare le formulazioni, occupandosi in prima persona inizialmente della produzione di rossetti, smalti, ciprie e poi di prodotti professionali per acconciatori che sono tuttora il core business aziendale. I figli lo affiancarono presto nella vita lavorativa, portando Pettenon Cosmetics ad essere la capostipite di un Gruppo industriale internazionale, AGF88 Holding, il quale ha chiuso il 2020 con un giro d’affari di 160 milioni di euro.

Ogni giorno in azienda, anche per poche ore negli ultimi anni, Arturo Pegorin aveva un’area a lui dedicata dove svolgeva semplici attività assieme ad alcuni collaboratori. Si è sempre contraddistinto per la sua grande voglia di lavorare ed essere a fianco dei figli, anche quando la salute lo aveva penalizzato.

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Arturo Pegorin con i figli Gianni e Federico

In occasione del primo anniversario, i figli lo ricordano con commozione …

“La perdita di papà Arturo ha lasciato un grande vuoto in noi e nelle nostre famiglie: è stato per tutti un punto di riferimento e ci ha donato una preziosa eredità, morale e intellettuale. Lo sentiamo vivo ogni giorno all’interno della nostra Azienda, il suo ricordo è il nostro faro: si è sempre contraddistinto per il continuo impegno verso gli altri e l’estrema generosità. La solidarietà, uno dei valori aziendali che maggiormente lo rappresentano, è alla base di progetto speciale che porterà il suo nome. La “Fondazione Arturo Pegorin” sarà il nostro modo di onorare la sua memoria: raccoglierà i molti progetti charity già attivati e i molti altri che si andranno a delineare in futuro”.

Gianni e Federico Pegorin

La Fondazione si occuperà di portare avanti le collaborazioni già in essere, come quelle pluriennali con Gruppo Polis, I Bambini delle Fate, Città della Speranza, Crossabili, Fondazione Fontana, oltre a nuove partnership, operando nel campo della violenza di genere, povertà, cooperazione e integrazione, inclusività e disabilità, ricerca scientifica e mecenatismo.

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May 112021 Gossip
 

Business consultant Phil Jackson from Build Your Salon, discusses how not all opinions count.

We are people pleasers: we have to be.

​​There aren’t many industries where your job, your career, your very success relies on the fact you can form an intimate relationship very quickly and maintain that friendly relationship with a customer over a long period of time.

​​The problem is that we reach a level of success where being a people-pleaser can actually start to hold us back. Let me explain.

I recently took a phone call from another salon coach – quite frequently I get approached by other mentors and coaches for a kind of “getting to know you call”.  There’s not usually an agenda: it’s our form of networking I suppose.

I took a call from a guy who seemed nice – I hadn’t spoken to him before but we ended up chatting for about an hour and a half. He’d come across my work in the past and he made one tiny throw away comment during our conversation. He probably didn’t mean anything by it and I don’t think there was malice behind it, but it had a real impact on me.

He said “I didn’t expect to like you”.

That tiny little comment is what stayed with me after. I started to replay it, lying in bed that night wondering what I was doing wrong that makes people switch off. I wondered about the content of my writing and my videos because I always share with an open heart and my intention is always that you have a stronger business because of our time together.

Nearly a week later I kind of had to give myself a metaphorical slap around the face and to remind myself that actually the only opinion that matters is that of your marketplace. It doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks – certainly not your competitor.

This guy is not and will never be my customer. He’s not you, he’s not my audience.

So I’m not sure who needs to hear this, but I’m giving you full permission to ignore as many opinions about your business as you would like from now on! Learn from my week of paranoia!
There are people out there who would try and tell you that you are too ambitious, there are people out there who will tell you the things that you are striving for are beyond you or are unrealistic, or maybe that you don’t even deserve them.

​​Those are the kinds of opinions that will hold you back and trying to please those people will destroy your success. They aren’t coming from a place of harm, they’re not trying to hurt you – in fact the opposite; they are trying to keep you safe and it’s uncomfortable for people to watch you change.

​Recognise the fear in others – then ignore them!

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May 102021 Gossip
 

Find out the latest hair collection calleed Blow, made by Caroline Sanderson, the international hairstylist from UK.

Hair: Caroline Sanderson Ego Hair Design
Makeup: Sarah Anne
Styling: Carla Zebrowski
Photographer: Richard Miles

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May 102021 Gossip
 

1941 is a review of our darkest past, the one in which humanity was exalted in violence. In this case, José Urrutia is inspired by the battle of Pearl Harbor, which on its 80th anniversary should make us reflect on the trauma that any war causes. Therefore, it is an anti-war chant that is reflected in disturbing looks, with clear references to the military world. Curls that fall in an open and clear cascade like the effect of a bomb; haircuts with shiny and impeccable fringes, typical of the discipline of the army; tousled finishes and unstructured haircuts that remind us of those who suffer the devastating effects of war; and raised toupees that take us back to the aesthetics of a painful time.

Hair: Jose Urrutia @Peluquería Jose Urrutia
Hair Instagram: @pjurrutia
Hair Assistant: Veronica Calpa Perugachi
Assistant Instagram: @calpaperugachi
Photography: Esteban Roca
Photography Instagram @esteban_roca_photo
Retouching: Esteban Roca
Retouching Instagram: @esteban_roca_photo
MUA: Nacho Sanz
MUA Instagram @nacho_sanz_makeup
Styling: Visori FashionArt
Styling Instagram @visorifashionartstudio

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May 102021 Gossip
 

Work 1: Twine Interlocking Combo

  • Image 1: We prepare the hair with the “Medialdea Method” texturing techniques and proceed to the marking with a 32 mm diameter tweezers. We brush the hair, apply a little shine spray and we are ready to start working.
  • Image 2: We separate the front and the sides, collect a section of the crown in a ponytail and we deconstruct it a little.
  • Image 3: We take a section of the side of about 3 cm thick, we create a soft cord and we join it to the rubber band of our central section.
  • Image 4: We carry out the same previous step on the other side.
  • Image 5: With the central section we begin to make a caterpillar braid with our twine, releasing a small lock from each crossing.
  • Image 6: We close the section at about 8cm with a rubber band, creating a bubble and leaving the interlacing of the string in its center, with the same string we circle the rubber band several times to leave it covered.
  • Image 7: We repeat the previous step in the next area (8cm) of the same section, we can help ourselves with tweezers, if necessary.
  • Image 8: We continue to carry out steps 6 and 7 until we finish with the length of the entire section.
  • Image 9: We take a 3 cm section from the side, we make a caterpillar braid in it, weaving the string along the entire length of the section.
  • Image 10: We carry out the same previous step on the opposite side.
  • Image 11: We again take a 3cm section from each side. In these sections I have been fusing caterpillar braid with more bubble and twine and so on until I finish with the length of the section. But we leave this part to your creativity, we can mix with French braids, twine, bubbles, etc. (You have to have fun and unleash your imagination and creativity).
  • Image 12: We finish our work by adding some feathers, wooden balls or some twine at the ends of our braiding, to still give a more boho, Viking and warrior touch.
  • Image 13: Perspective of the finished side.
  • Image 14: Final image of our first bridal proposal: “Boho Viking”

Work 2: Pointed braid crowned with a French braid

  • Image 1: We prepare the hair with the “Medialdea Method” texturing techniques and we proceed to the marking with a 38 mm diameter tweezers. We brush the hair, apply a little shine spray and we are ready to start working.
  • Image 2: We separate the front and sides, we collect a section of the crown in a ponytail, we introduce it inside and we deconstruct it a little.
  • Image 3: We make a French braid on the right side and hold in the center with a hairpin.
  • Image 4: We eliminate the fluffiness by destructuring the previously created braid.
  • Image 5: We carry out the last two steps on the other side.
  • Image 6: We take a central section of about 6 cm and make a ponytail.
  • Image 7: We take a central section below the previous one of another 6 cm, divide it in the center and go over the previous section, holding it with a rubber band.
  • Image 8: We repeat the previous step.
  • Image 9: In the two side sections, we create a soft twist and join in the center with a rubber band, under the central section.
  • Image 10: From this section we open in two, and superimpose the central section joining with a rubber band.
  • Image 11: With the remaining hair in the lower area, we do the same as in step (B09), leaving all the hair gathered in two ponytails.
  • Image 12: We take the lower ponytail, divide it in two and superimpose it on the upper one, passing this through the center. We hold it with a rubber band. We go through this step until we finish with the entire length of the hair.
  • Image 13: Finished work (side).
  • Image 14: Finished work (we can garnish it, depending on the type of bride, with various decorative elements, preserved flowers, natural flowers, jewels, porcelain, etc. On this occasion and to achieve this total look, we have opted for some jewel needles, with stones and butterfly motifs. It’s very trendy.)

Work 3: Heart braid on textured hair

  • Image 1: We prepare the hair with the “Medialdea Method” texturing techniques and proceed to the marking with a 32 mm diameter tweezers. We brush the hair, apply a little shine spray and we are ready to start working.
  • Image 2: We separate the front and sides, collect a section of the crown in a ponytail, and deconstruct a little.
  • Image 3: We take a section of the side of about 4 cm thick, we create a soft twist, we open it to get fluffiness and we define some lines, helping us with some needles. We fix in the center with a pressure hairpin.
  • Image 4: We carry out the same previous step on the other side.
  • Image 5: We take two central sections of about 5/6 cm, one on top of the other and create a ponytail with each section.
  • Image 6: We open the upper ponytail in two sections and we pass the lower one through the center. A clip will facilitate our work.
  • Image 7: We collect the previous section, we divide it in two and join it with a rubber band creating a single ponytail.
  • Image 8: We continue to carry out steps 6 and 7 with these two ponytails.
  • Image 9: We remove the needles and continue with the previous steps, until we finish with the entire length of the hair.
  • Image 10: We finish our braiding, destructuring a little to create more thickness and fluffiness in our braid. We join the two ends of the sections into one and cover the rubber band.
  • Image 11: Finished job (side)
  • Image 12: Work completed (other side)
  • Image 13: We can garnish the finished updo with multiple decorative elements. This time we have opted for these handcrafted pieces in jewel headdresses, in aged gold and crystal. A total look that takes us back in time.
  • Image 14: Frontals, loose effect, ideal for girls who identify and feel more secure with her hair in front.

Hair: Juanmy Medialdea
Hair Instagram: @juanmy_medialdea
Photography: Jose Santo Palomo @santopalomo
MUA: Sergio Castillo @sergiocastillo_makeup
Headpieces: Silvia Peinado
Models agency: Raquel Nofuentes

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